We can attempt to teach the things that one might imagine the earth would teach us: silence, humility, holiness, connectedness, courtesy, beauty, celebration, giving, restoration, obligation and wildness. David Orr from "Earth in Mind"
Jul 2, 2008
As summer has gone into full swing around here with farm visits, yard sales and barbecues we are heading out of town for a week for time with family at the cabin and an early birthday party for Alder. So this is a hodge-podge of an entry.
1) Maple Pudding: [based loosly on How to Cook Everything Vanilla Pudding Recipe) 1/4 cup of sugar 1/4 cup maple syrup (you can adjust the sugar to maple ratio to suit yourself) 3 table spoons of cornstarch 3 eggs (the fresher the better) 2 1/2 cups milk (you can use cream or half and half but I wouldn't use skim) 2 tablespoons of butter
Directions 1) mix sugar, salt and cornstarch in a pot. 2) mix eggs milk and maple in a bowl until even in color. 3) turn heat under pot to medium. 4) pour in egg mixture while whisking and continue whisking for about ten minutes, the mixture will begin to thicken. 5) once off the stove add butter and mix until butter is all incorporated. 6) put into 4 bowls or ramekins, cover (tin foil or such) and refrigerate. 7) when you are ready to eat it serve it in the bolws. If you are feeling gluttonous serve with warm syrup or cream.
2) One Local Summer Meal [I don't have miles on this meal]