We have finally completed the recipe format update for Pans & Perspective.  This has been a huge goal ever since we switched over to our new hosting platform. Please stop by the recipe section to see the updates (and find some good eats while your there)!  You can also find it under the "Top Picks"... Continue Reading →

Potato Gnocchi

This potato gnocchi is a great starch for any ragout or tomato sauce. It's a simple and fast fix even if your in a pinch and it blows the packaged stuff out of the water. Yield: 10 portions Gnocchi 2# Russet potatoes 4ea Egg yolks 10-12oz Bread flour Pinch Salt, white pepper and nutmeg Method... Continue Reading →

Raspberry Vinegar (Infused)

This raspberry vinegar is a fantastic way to use up excess fruit.  This aromatic vinegar is great for vinaigrette, finishing dishes and adds a zip of acid and extra layer of flavor to your favorite pickles.   Yield 2qt Ingredients +/- 7c Raspberries 2qts White Vinegar (or vinegar of your choice) 1.  Clean raspberries; if... Continue Reading →

Scratch Baked Beans

Background Our chief complaint with standard baked beans is the flavor. They are overwhelmingly sweet without any complexity.  This recipe is crafted with only basic ingredients; no cheats like ketchup - high fructose corn syrup and tomato paste. Yield 8 Servings Ingredients 2C Dry beans, soaked 1 Leek, washed and minced 1 Paste tomato -... Continue Reading →

Just Raspberry Sorbet

The name says it all. This has become a summer favorite here at Pepperfield. Background When serving this to your friends and family, don't be afraid to tell them "It's just raspberry sorbet." It'll make you seem much more skillful having brushed off this feat as nothing. But then you can explain that it really... Continue Reading →

Tom Yum Soup

Background I have made some changes to this tom yum recipe - a traditional hot and sour Thai soup - to make it reflect Pepperfield. My version utilized ingredients grown here entirely on the farm excluding the sambul (chili paste), fish sauce and sugar. Yields 6 Portions Ingredients 9C Chicken Stock 1ea lemongrass with leaves... Continue Reading →

Buttermilk Recipe

Making your own buttermilk is extremely simple. It is a great ingredient to have around for pancakes, cornbread and other baked goods. Yield: 1Qt Ingredients 3.75C Milk .25C Buttermilk - this is your starter Method 1. Pour milk into a clean glass jar.2. Pour starter into jar with milk.3. Mix it for about 30 seconds... Continue Reading →

Recipe Key – How We Write Recipes

These are general abbreviations used in recipes found on Pans & Perspective. This will will continue to expand and can be used a reference for clarification. t Teaspoon T Tablespoon oz Empirical Ounce floz Empirical Fluid Ounce C Cup Qt Quart G Gallon ea Quantity or Singular Piece TT To taste AN As needed #... Continue Reading →

Braised Lamb

Yesterday I shared this braised lamb dish with some family members. It's a great base to serve just is or you can opt to serve it over pasta or gnocchi as well. Yields 10 portions Ingredients 1ea Leg of Lamb TT Salt and Pepper 24cl Garlic, minced 3ea Onion, chopped 3ea Celery, chopped 3ea Carrot,... Continue Reading →

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