Farmers To You Blog: Recipes

  • Everyday Potato Latkes

    by Cornelia Emlen
    November 14, 2014
    Not just for Hanukkah, these small, crispy pancakes are wonderfully tasty especially when served with fresh applesauce.

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  • Sweet Potato Biscuits

    by Cornelia Emlen
    November 14, 2014
    Moist and packed with flavor, these biscuits are great for a festive meal or for breakfast any day!

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  • Ways to Cook Winter Squash

    by Cornelia Emlen
    November 7, 2014

    Winter squash are wonderful for their distinctive flavors, their storage qualities and for their versatility.  Their rich taste and ability to work beautifully in sweet or savory dishes make them adored by many cooks. Roasted, mashed, curried, baked into breads or pies, blended into soups — squash is surprisingly flavorful, multi-talented, and can easily play the starring role or a supporting part in any of your fall or winter cooking.


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  • Ways To Cook Leeks

    by Cornelia Emlen
    October 24, 2014

    Leeks are a member of the allium genus along with onions, garlic, shallots, scallions, ramps and chives. Milder and more delicate than their cousin the onion, leeks are a much-overlooked vegetable in the United States. Go to Europe, and it is a different story altogether, as leeks are prized for the delicious and versatile vegetable that they are.


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