PREP TIME: ABOUT 2 HOURS, PLUS OVERNIGHT FOR JUICE TO SETTLE, PLUS CANNING MAKES: APPROXIMATELY 4 QUARTS Berry Juice is thick and delicious. This recipe works well with blackberries, raspberries, gooseberries, blueberries, serviceberries, currants, and other ripe berries, either alone or...
For many years, while our children were still small, enjoying the fruits of summer meant running through open fields in search of wild berries, or stopping at roadside farm stands for picked-this-morning goodness. Summer’s fruit meant sticky faces and...
The upcoming Outlander issue includes a piece about Outlander Kitchen maven Theresa Carle-Sanders. Have you read her tome or followed her blog? We talk to her about what led to the delectable, best-selling Outlander Kitchen recipe book (and about book 2,...
We have some super sumptuous recipes in our upcoming Outlander Issue from Gather Victoria, who made so many Scottish delights that we weren't able to fit this magical thistle jelly in the magazine, so we're including the recipe here....
INGREDIENTS • 2 cups spelt flour • 2 tsp baking powder • ½ tsp sea salt • ½ cup soft unsalted butter • 1 cup organic raw sugar • 3 eggs (room temp) • ½ tsp almond extract • 1 tsp vanilla extract • ½ cup sour cream •...

Seaside Feasts

Not only is seaweed ultra-healthy, it’s beloved by landlocked mermaids who want that hint of sea in everything they do—and eat. Sea-dwelling sirens can’t get enough of the stuff—how do you think they maintain those lustrous locks and that...
This delicious cake is light and not too sweet—perfect for a hobbit breakfast or mid-afternoon snack. Skip the honey glaze to make it less sweet, or dust the cake with sugar instead for the opposite effect. Whipped cream and...
Recipes and photography by Sara Ghedina (a.k.a. One Girl in the Kitchen) As anyone who’s ever dined with hobbits knows, second breakfast is one of the six most important meals of the day. Hobbits take their breakfasts seriously, piling their scrubbed...

The Nightcap

The hush of evening falls as the day’s warm breeze brushes against you in the dimming light. And there you sit, looking out into the dusk with a “nightcap” in hand, leisurely enjoying the last moments of the day. Ah,...
  Depending on where you live, spring can be a little early to start incorporating local fruit into your cooking and baking. Many trees and bushes are just blossoming, so summer berries and fall fruits are a long time off....