Baked Rainbow Trout

On my way home tonight from work, I stopped at the fish market in a neighboring town to pick up some salmon for dinner. As they were wrapping my salmon, my eyes scanned the menu board and landed on two beautiful words–Rainbow Trout! We are 

Apple & Fontina Grilled Cheese

Who doesn’t love grilled cheese sandwiches? This comfort food is good any time of year. Whether that is plain or with a warm cup of soup. It isn’t quite soup season here yet, but I was craving a grilled cheese this week and found the 

French Apple Pie

Fall is living up to its name in Maine today with all our beautiful leaves beginning to cover yards all over the state.  Along with leaves, Fall always brings to mind pies of all kinds and today we are taking a trip back in time. 

Pan-Fried Salmon & Apple Hash

Mason Jars and Me’s 2018 Applepalooza continues with a tasty Pan Fried Salmon & Apple Hash dinner! This week, I was craving a taste of salmon so stopped by the fish market on my way home from work and bought some beautiful salmon filets to enjoy 

Applepolooza 2018!!

The trees are beginning to turn here in Maine, we had our first freeze advisory in the state this week and the apple trees are full of delicious fruit this season!  So, it’s time for the 2018 edition of Applepolooza! I am lucky enough to 

Spiced Peach Jam

Every year, one of the warehouse clubs I visit frequently has these peaches which are to die for, and every year I buy several more boxes of them than I can actually consume before they go bad.  So, in an effort to preserve these delicious 

Herb Garden Round-Up!

Besides cooking and blogging about fabulous meals, one of my favorite activities is gardening.  Here in Maine, we have a shorter gardening season, and are quickly approaching the Fall.  Everything around us is preparing for winter:  the tips of the trees are starting to change 

Vegetable Tian

We are in the midst of harvest season in Maine, and the bounty of my garden and my local farmers is dominating the kitchen right now!  Yellow squash, zucchini and tomatoes were all in abundance at my local farmer’s stand, and I decided that-among other