We love when sugar snap pea season is upon us. We usually take an afternoon and head over to the Bar Harbor Community Farm for some sugar snap pea picking fun.
We served this dish during a steamy July evening in Bar Harbor. Our community raved and we were thrilled to not have to fire up the oven or stove in the kitchen!
Solutions to hunger are complex. I am committed to this work because I believe food can be a powerful tool to foster health, belonging, and justice in our community.
Being able to assist with providing amazing vegetarian meals to the public has been an incredibly rewarding experience. I look forward to helping this cause grow.
This biscuits are light, moist and so easy to make. No rolling or folding technique is required. We like them best slathered in Whipped Maple Butter!
This sweet and saucy black-eyed pea dish is so flavorful that it’s hard not to eat it straight from the skillet. It’s also so easy to make!
The community suppers stand for so much more than just a meal. It is heartwarming to see all members of our community come together to share conversation over a healthy supper.
Serving as a volunteer with Open Table MDI has allowed me to continue to explore and learn more about sensational food from a very talented chef and serving large groups.
I am a believer in delicious food for all, in the deep value of a shared meal and in the power of small acts of kindness to change the world. Open Table MDI holds all three of these in a beautiful way.
We’ve had a lot of requests for the recipe for Mile-High Tomato Pie. This is an old-favorite of The Burning Tree in Otter Creek.