Category Archives: Big Food

Food we grow, cook and eat at Farther Along Farm

Gen. U. Ine.

I’ve been boticing that stupid auto-correct fails miserably along the dialect fringe. Gen-U-Ine (for you poor souls that don’t know this, I’m uttering the word, according to Webster, “genuine” as how it’s said, “Gen-U-Ine” by some people. Genuine. It’s a word.) ‘Nuff of that. This is a Genuinely Large Tomato. We’re right proud.   (Visited

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“Vegetarianism” Sunday

Most southern vegetarian food is flavored with bacon. That’s why Mr. Big Food’s “vegetarianism” is quoted. Ha, ha. Tonight’s Scalloped Corn Sausage Version  used homemade hot sage sausage as a substitute for bacon. Carrots in Cream Sauce The Sausage Zucchini Boats  also had hot sage sausage. #Garden #Bigfood #Bacon     (Visited 4 times, 1

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I Wish I Had Takin’ a Picture

We had the most delightful supper. Fast Friday. Turkey Wrap Ups Cocktail Meatballs in Curry Sauce Mr. Big Food’s Garlic Herb Bread. It’s possible, if yer not lookin,’ to miss the significance of Garlic Herb Bread. We are herb rich right now. Split a loaf of Italian or French bread, butter it with the butter

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English Muffins

Homemade. Insert deep breath emoji. I can’t quite yet get the griddle quite right. I’m reviving Cold Supper. I love food.   (Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)

It Were Fancy Tuesday

Notice how I managed in one swoop to obliterate both agreement and tense. These are some leaks. These are the leaks in cream sauce topped with a breadcrumb-butter mixture about to go in the oven. There was some discussion about how many breadcrumbs this dish needed. I lost. It happens. This is Poulet Marengo. Mr.

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Mr. Big Food asked me

to take more food photos. And so I present to you the remains of the Ever Popular BIG FOOD FAVORITE Boiled Dinner. Modeled after Mr. Ed’s Boiled Dinner. [That’s the homemade Creamy Mustard Dressing up there in the NorthEast] This is leftover lunch. Food has been good lately. We’re hoping for cooler weather. (Visited 19

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