Tuesday July 02, 2013
July 19th and 20th.
We'll be sampling our first potential Heirloom Meals food product: Carole's Crackle from a family recipe! So come on over to the Copake Country Club in Copake, NY to sample, share and be a friend of the farmer!!
Monday June 03, 2013
Carole will be on the Demo stage on the Rhinebeck, NY Fairgrounds -- June 7th at Noon. Her guest is Eric Williams, retired Celtics basketball player.
We'll be making Eric's grandmother's Peach Cobbler!
To buy tickets or for more information, visit the COUNTRY LIVING website. See you there.
Saturday April 27, 2013
Carole will be on the Demo stage on the Rhinebeck, NY Fairgrounds -- June 7th at Noon. She wants to cook with YOU!!
So if you have a great story behind a fabulous family recipe, we want to hear from you. For more information, click here.
Thursday April 11, 2013
Most of us have family recipes passed down from generation to generation. And we want yours!
If you can join us at the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, NY, June 7-9. 2013, Carole Murko, host of Heirloom Meals Radio on NPR and 2 PBS Holiday Specials will cook with two guests selected from Country Living’s community to share their culinary history and favorite food memories while demonstrating a treasured family recipe.
- Must be able to attend the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, NY – June 7-9, 2013
- Heirloom Family Recipe must be accompanied with a story/synopsis of your family food memories.
- Photos of family and heirloom memorabilia are encouraged. (i.e. items that have been handed down in your family or are an integral part of your food story/recipe such as a tablecloth, serving utensils, stained recipe card, etc.)
Deadline: May 15, 2013
Email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: Country Living Fair
Winners will be announced/contacted on May 28, 2013.
Monday March 25, 2013
Excited to be selected as one of the bloggers at King Arthur Flour's Blog and Bake, April 21-23.
Stay tuned for lots of blog posts and inspiration!
Tuesday March 19, 2013
Sometimes you have to bring spring to the table to fight off the when-will-winter-ever-end blues! For me tulips and asparagus seem to do the trick. With asparagus as the spring vegetable that symbolizes the start of the gardening season and tulips as the mid-spring season flower, you can't help but have hope!!
And for me, I scored BIG at the Boston Design Center a couple of weeks ago and found a deeply discounted Victorian Majolica asparagus dish to finish off my happy table. I think in a prior life I made porcelain or pottery as I am drawn to dishes, pottery, plate ware, etc. any time I go into an antique shop. This plate is the icing on the cake as it shows off my asparagus polonaise while adding complimentary color and style.
What inspires your spring tabletop design?