Slay to Gourmet: Walleye Fish Tacos

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As the sun starts to hit the tree line, I can feel a noticeable change in the boat. Rod tips start to bounce more frequently, the bait cache is depleting more rapidly, and walleyes start to fill the live well. After a day of musky fishing with minimal action, it’s nice to end a warm [...]

Rituals of Coffee: How Do You Take It?

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Everything you need to know to make great coffee. By Emily McIntyre Coffee was first discovered—so the story goes—when an Ethiopian goatherd named Kaldi noticed his flock was jumpier than usual when they grazed in a certain patch of berries. When Kaldi tried them for himself, the foundation for one of the world’s greatest beverages [...]

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Roasted Pork Loin, Sweet Corn Succotash, Soy Beans, Summer Squash, and Herbed Crème Fraiche

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Also included in this Farm to Table recipe by Dinner on the Farm: Summer Tomatoes, Anchovy Aioli, Croutons, and Basil. By Jon Wipfli Photos by Daniel Murphy In my experience, the most pleasant foods to eat are those that are so fresh that you hardly have to handle them to make a great dish. These two [...]

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Farmhouse Ale-Braised Rabbit and Wild Acres Lemon Fried Chicken

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Farm to table recipes presented by Dinner on the Farm.  Recipe by TJ Rawitzer The Tiny Diner and Farm is a little collaboration between farm and diner counter. We believe it’s the little things that count, so we create small-scale menu items with fruits and vegetables, filling people with good food while doing good stuff like [...]

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Swedish Egg Coffee for Backcountry Camping

Swedish Egg Coffee // Photos by Christopher Ferguson, The Iron Buzz

By Christopher Ferguson While in the Boundary Waters, you’ll want a cup of coffee to enjoy with the misty sunrises. My personal favorite is Swedish egg coffee, a delicious, mellow cup of coffee, just the way the Swedes used to on the boat. The old Swedes were sick of percolated coffee, which tasted horrible, so [...]

Campfire Cooking: Streamside with The Wild Chef

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A “Stream to Table” recipe, presented by Dinner on the Farm By Jonathan Miles, The Wild Chef The adventurous eaters who dine with us in the farm fields all summer long may be getting a case of cabin fever right about now. Not only are we pining for warmer weather, but also the local food [...]

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The Wild Chef – Field & Stream’s New Cookbook by Jonathan Miles

Field & Stream's new cookbook The Wild Game by Jonathan Miles

Field & Stream’s Wild Chef columnist Johnathon Miles is a renowned author of two novels and former contributor for New York Times, Food & Wine, Garden & Gun, along with a number of other magazines. With a glance at one of the 100 recipes in his new book, The Wild Chef, you’ll know his three decades of [...]

Stout-Braised Chuck Roast, Big Wood Blue Cheesecake & Barleywine Fig Compote

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Dinner on the Farm presents its latest farm to table recipes. Recipe By Dan Parker Photos by Aaron Davidson The days are getting shorter, the nights colder, and while the long months of winter weather are just beginning, the holiday season brings great food, great beer, and most importantly, the great company of those we [...]

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The Art of Fermentation: Fermented Foods with Sandor Katz

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Bringing Anerobic Metabolism to the Masses By John Garland Most beer drinkers have some understanding of fermentation. They know that carefully selected microbes work to transform hop-flavored sugar water into the brews we know and love. Fermentation is when the magic happens, when carbohydrates become ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. But alcohol isn’t the only [...]

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Pickled Vegetables, Rose & Raspberry Beets, and Greens with Miso Dressing & Toasted Almonds

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By Jenny Breen Photos courtesy of Mill City Times Dinner on the Farm is back with three more Farm to Table ideas. “The flavorful space between fresh and rotten” is how Sandor Katz, fermentation expert and author of The Art of Fermentation, describes it. While it may seem like fermenting food might be an obscure skill [...]

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Lomo de Cerdo with Canary-Style Ropa Vieja and Summit Pilsener

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Dinner on the Farm with Chef Jorge Guzman of Solera in Minneapolis In Spanish, ropa vieja translates to “old clothes.” Regardless of the translation it has become an incredibly popular dish in the Caribbean, especially Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Cuba. What most people don’t know is that this dish is rooted in Spanish tradition [...]

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Moroccan Venison Sausage & Indeed Brewing Company’s L.S.D.

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A Farm to Table Recipe Presented by Dinner on the Farm By Dan Stepaniak and Chad Townsend of Heartland Restaurant and Farm Direct Market Summer is approaching, and there’s no better way to celebrate than dusting off the grill, firing up the charcoal and throwing on some fresh sausages. At Heartland Restaurant and Farm Direct [...]

Shepherd Song Goat Meatballs with Belgian Carrot Soup & Furthermore’s Fatty Boombalatty

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A Farm to Table Recipe Presented by Dinner on the Farm Recipe by Chef Sarah Master, Barbette Photos by Aaron Davidson Shepherd Song Farm raises 100% grass-fed lamb and goat meat on the meadows of Wisconsin. The cool northern summers of the upper Midwest result in outstanding pastures that produce premium, lean lamb and goat in [...]

Beer Braised Rabbit & Town Hall Brewery’s Dortmunder Local Export Lager

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A Farm to Table Recipe Presented by Dinner on the Farm adapted by Khaiti French of L.T.D. Farm from the “Joy of Cooking” by Rombauer and Becker Rabbit meat is one of the most healthy & sustainable local meat choices. Rabbit meat is an eco-friendly option, as pastured rabbit produces meat from a grass-based diet, [...]

Duck Breast with Mapled Winter Squash & Harriet Brewing Company’s Divine Oculust

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A Farm to Table Recipe Presented by Dinner on the Farm Recipe by Marshall Paulsen, Birchwood Cafe Winter is upon us. Embracing the flavors and special ingredients of this season is not only a delicious way to enjoy a meal, it also helps support local farms throughout the cold months, when their fields are covered with snow. [...]