Category Archives: Guest Blogs
Chef Becky Selengut, author of the sustainable seafood cookbook Good Fish, founder of Seasonalcornucopia.com and columnist for Edible Seattle Magazine, attended a Quillisascut Farm Culinary 101 workshop in 2004 when she worked at The Herbfarm Restaurant. The Herbfarm is widely … Continue reading
More news from friends of Quillisascut Sarah came to the farm during our early foray into introducing cooks to the source of their ingredients. At that time we were inviting people working in the industry to come out and spend … Continue reading
Our friend Laura Wolfe Gardener shared this idea with us from the book The New American Chef: Cooking with the Best of Flavors and Techniques from Around the World, page 63 in the chapter on Italy. In talking about the … Continue reading
Dear Quillisascut, I thought I loved you before we even met. I was an eager new culinary student excited about the farm to fork movement…you were the farm that was going to teach me about growing food, making cheese, cooking … Continue reading
pronunciation | “sO-bRe-‘mA-sa note | the word is different in Spanish than in Portuguese, where it usually just means ‘dessert’. reblogged via otherwordly.
The end of summer is the culmination of our warm weather projects. Here in the inland northwest it is a time of processing and storing foods for winter. One of our projects is butchering the pigs, it is a big … Continue reading