Category: Recipes

Halloween: Tail of Rat and Forest Weed Salad

Ah Autumn. The apples, the harvest, sweaters. It’s just the best. Halloween has always been an integral part of this Autumnal joy – costume planning and creation along with the delicious spoils of trick or treating. As an adult I’ve had to find other avenues to explore for indulging in my love affair with Halloween. The ...

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Happy Easter

For Easter this year Pheasant & Hare is dipping a toast soldier into our love for eggs, so of course we had to start with the king of egg dishes – the Eggs Benedict. Need we say more? No matter what variations you concoct of this delightful brunch icon – as long as eggs, hollandaise, and some starchy something are present it ...

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Blood Orange Old Fashioned Cocktail Cake

Recently, the Old Fashioned Cocktail has made its way into the “libation rotation” at the Hare household. We love our cocktails, and the Old Fashioned has become a particular favorite with my husband. With the abundance of beautiful blood oranges at the grocery store, we’ve been incorporating them into a deep, dark, wintery ...

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Gluten Free Rosemary Shortbread Cookies

For Christmas this year we wanted to make a special cookie that captures the bright and piney notes of the season, and one that we can share with our gluten free eating friends. Here’s what we came up with! Based on Martha Stewart’s Rosemary Shortbread Cookies 2 sticks salted butter, softened 3/4 cup + 2 Tablespoons organic cane sugar ...

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Maggoty Pumpkin

I love Halloween. I love the costumes, the candy, the gorgeous fall colors, the crisp air and the plentitude of pumpkins and squashes. It marks the beginning of warm food, hot drinks, sweaters, and scarves. In the past few years we’ve started serving up a spooky Halloween meal to take the creepy ghoulish fun to a new level. All year I try to ...

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Thai Mi, You’ll Like Mi!

New Work, RecipesJun 02 2014Comments Off

Summer has finally arrived in the Twin Cities and we are beyond thrilled at the Hare household. Ecstatic. We love being outside gardening, fishing, camping, hiking, and soaking up our three months of warmth and sun. Weekend mornings the Hare pair frequently hits up one of the many farmers markets that grace us for a few short months. If ...

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Irish Soda Bread

Soda bread is one of the many things for which I understimate my enjoyment. It comes together so quickly and is a forgiving canvas for experimentation. It also happens to toast beautifully. This recipe is inspired by the very healthy and hearty version made by Heidi at 101cookbooks ...

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Valentine’s Day Macarons

RecipesFeb 13 20141 Comment

This year we find ourselves recovering (still!) from the hubbub of the holidays, birthdays, and the bitter, bitter cold. For me (The Hare), Valentine’s day is a bit of a light at the end of the tunnel, the very first glimmer that winter is coming to a close. Macarons are just lovely, and there’s always something special about them. ...

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Happy Chinese New Year!!!

Chinese New Year begins on the first day of the lunar calendar, and is considered the first day of Spring. Commonly called the Spring Festival – this year it falls on January, 31st 2014. Chinese New Year is rich with history and also folklore; dating back to at least 14 century B.C., and the Shang Dynasty! Historically, families prepared ...

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