Use store-bought pizza dough as the canvas for this spin on Alsatian pizza.
This is one of those recipes that falls out of nowhere and into your brain. I assume it was inspired by something, but I have no idea what, it just appeared. I know apple and celery salads are a thing, but this one is quite different from your standard version. It mixes up a variety of crunchy, salty, and sweet ingredients for a wonderfully refreshing salad that still feels hearty enough for winter. My husband, who can always be counted on to come up with the most pithy/amusing things to say about what I cook, started eating it and exclaimed (with gusto), "oh my gosh! This salad is changing my life one bite at a time!" So there you go, it's a life changing salad. ;)
Sweet apples and savory cheddar give a fresh twist on a classic recipe in this Apple Bacon Mac and Cheese!
In the search for warm, comforting desserts not much tops bread pudding. This tasty version uses cider doughnuts instead of bread as the base, and adds a creamy custard with a hint of vanilla. You just can't go wrong here.
These waffles begin the night before – so, breakfast takes much less effort! Quick cooking
oats create a tender waffle, old fashioned oats result in a more substantial, chewy
A delicious, healthy snack that's easy to take to school or work.
A country ham sandwich with apple butter and cheddar.
Adapted from Bon Appetit, July 2005 – this recipe calls upon many of Champlain
This delicious dessert is high in calcium, protein and fiber.
This recipe was given to Mavis Munger, of Shoreham, Vermont, by her mother-in-law
when Mavis came to America in the 1950s. It is her family’s favorite!
Adapted from Jen Stewart’s creation in the orchard’s kitchens. The curry in this soup brings an unexpected zing to the apples.
This recipe will be sure to cozy you up on chilly winter days or at any breakfast.
Fast, never fail, delicious family “standard!” The crust is like shortbread. This is the
recipe of Cape Cod-er, Barbara Soller, grandma of Champlain Orchard’s owner, Bill
Suhr. Versatile recipe with other fruits, too.
This is a great way to use up leftover applesauce.
Makes 1 loaf.
Option: Can also bake this batter as mufﬁns. Adjust cooking time - make visual check
after 30 minutes and test with toothpick.
Serve with cultured cream. Serves 6.
Andrea Scott’s adaptation from Nourishing Traditions/ Sally Fallon. This is a wonder-
fully rich and spicy version of a classic way of cooking apples.
Serves 6 for dessert or brunch.
Note: Presentation is more attractive if the top third of the apples is peeled before filling
and baking - however, the finished apple is less juicy and provides less fiber.