This recipe was entered in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest by Carrie Putscher. Carrie says,"This recipe focuses on local Vermont ingredients in the form of cornmeal, eggs, butter, maple sugar, and cranberries." Yum!
This recipe was entered in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest by Pamela Jacobs. Pamela says,"This recipe was inspired by an experience as a Reading Mentor. My little mentee from Shelburne Community School picked "Carnival at Candelight" by Mary Pope Osburne as the first book we read together. It takes place in Venice, Italy. It made me want to learn more about the area and especially its local cuisine. Zaletti cookies have a lovely subtle lemon & cornmeal flavor. The golden raisins make a sweet surprise."
This recipe was entered in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest by Scott Collins. Scott says, "You can make this anytime of the year and change the fruit as the seasons change. You can really make most of it with local ingredients!"
This recipe was a finalist in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest and was submitted by Baptiste Delvalle. Baptiste says,"The flavor is amazing and it's a great potluck food. Because it's good cold too, its richness makes it a perfect picnic on a hike in snowy Vermont!"
A scone-like pastry with origins in old England and Ireland, these sweet cakes rose to popularity between the 8th century and the Middle Ages. They were baked for All Hallow’s Eve (Halloween) and All Saints Day on November 1, although their significance has adapted over time. Try them this season for something to nibble on in between all the candy!