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Chef Elizabeth

Chef Elizabeth on the Farm By Chef Elizabeth I am a farm-to-table chef who lives in rural Ontario, Canada. I run an organic farm where I grow produce to sell at local farmers' markets and to create my signature line of sauces, pickles and preserves of all types. I also own and run EP ...

Classic Chicken Parmesan Recipe

Fall is in full swing on the farm, and most of the vegetables and fruits have been harvested. The very last of the peppers — the hot variety — were picked just in time, before the frost hit. In fact we had 6 inches of snowfall just a few days ago. It was a gorgeous sight, and I made sure to ...

Georgian Bay Farmhouse Granola Recipe

Yes, Spring is in the air, yet there is still plenty of snow here. It is impossible to live on a farm and not give a seasonal weather update. The weather pretty well runs the show. This winter has been far easier and shorter than the last three winters. However, today I have been snowed in and ...

Best Butter Cookies Recipe

It is Christmas time again on the farm and despite an enormous first snow, the land is bare and what a blessing. I have had extra time to rescue the fish from the frozen pond, time to fix the barn door and to put up the Christmas lights.Every year I promise to start things earlier, buy the ...

Texas Tornado Cake Recipe

I have had this recipe for decades and I am planning to include it in my upcoming ebook. I am not sure about the origin of the name, perhaps it refers to all the fruits, nuts and coconut looking like a "mess" a tornado left behind. This cake is also known as Fruit Cocktail Cake. This is a ...

Rose’s Country Pumpkin Muffins

Fall is pumpkin time and pumpkin is very versatile to cook with. It can be found in both savory and sweet dishes. Everyone is familiar with traditional pumpkin pie but I have found a different way to celebrate pumpkin. This is a really easy, fast and scrumptious pumpkin muffin recipe. The ...

Farmhouse Easy Vegan Chocolate Cake Recipe

Here on the farm, fall is a busy time of year and my pantry seems to get neglected. I am so busy harvesting and preserving that I sometimes find that when I go to bake that I’m missing a staple ingredient. For instance butter or eggs or maybe I just have one egg. It is at times like this ...

The Trials and Tribulations of Tomatoes, Part 2

I developed this recipe to use the surplus of cherry tomatoes from my garden. This is a very loose recipe – you can cut the tomatoes in half but I don't bother. You can remove the seeds from the tomatoes and peppers if you like. I leave the cherry tomatoes whole and throw in a few plum ...

The Trials and Tribulations of Tomatoes, Part 1

It is a fact of farm life that bad things can happen. This year a bad thing did happen – my crops were the victims of blight. This season we built raised beds and brought in fresh soil and worked so hard to plant the tomato and leek crops, and they failed. In the past, critters had decimated ...

Harvest Is Beginning

Where has summer gone? The golden rod is in full bloom, swaying in my meadow as if in a dance with the Queen Anne’s lace. The crickets are busy chirring and the birds are stopping to fuel up on their way South. The baby raccoons and groundhogs are all grown up and fending for themselves.The ...

Chef Elizabeth’s Classic Black Forest Cake

Summer is in full swing and it is wonderful to have a show-off cake in your repertoire. My Classic Black Forest Cake always gets rave reviews and is a stunning summer time dessert. Something magical happens after the combination of cream, cherries, chocolate and Kirsch, a cherry based liqueur. ...

Chef Elizabeth’s Blueberry Muffins

Summer is around the corner and everyone loves to have a delicious fruit muffin recipe in his or her repertoire. Here is a recipe that works well with all sorts of seasonal fruit. These blueberry muffins are absolutely delicious. The extra step of stewing some of the berries is well worth the ...

Heirloom German Goulash Recipe

Mitzi's German Goulash is a family heirloom recipe that is the essence of simplicity and rusticity. You can make it with just three ingredients: stewing beef, onions and seasonings.You will never believe how just a few ingredients can turn into such a hearty flavorful dish. This goulash is ...

Chef Elizabeth’s Farmhouse Pecan Pie

Pecan pie is a very indulgent treat, yes, it is sweet and, yes, pecans are expensive. This special pie reminds me of my childhood, I loved it. Pecan pie was my mother's favourite pie of all, she only ate the pecans. After baking with the filling, the pecans become so deeply nutty. I could ...

Classic French Onion Soup

The days are getting longer in Georgian Bay but there are plenty of snowy days ahead and this French Onion Soup is a delicious end to a busy day. This 1970s classic, made popular by Julia Child, deserves a comeback. At one point I am sure everybody had a set of onion soup dishes. Outside of ...

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