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Seasonal food blog of Chef Deborah at Cuvée at The Greenporter Hotel

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Maple Frosting for the Holidays

December 27th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Breakfast, Brunch, Christmas, City Cooking, Cuvee at The Greenporter Hotel, Dessert, Dinner, Entertaining, Events, Fall Recipes, Gardening, Greenport, Grilling, Hanukkah, Holiday, New Year's, New York City, North Fork, Snack, The baking corner, Vegetarian, Winter Recipes

· 1 Comment · Breakfast, Brunch, Christmas, City Cooking, Cuvee at The Greenporter Hotel, Dessert, Dinner, Entertaining, Events, Fall Recipes, Gardening, Greenport, Grilling, Hanukkah, Holiday, New Year's, New York City, North Fork, Snack, The baking corner, Vegetarian, Winter Recipes

Honey it’s cold outside! The oven and these pumpkin spice cupcakes will warm you and your memories over the holidays. Try them with some piping hot apple cider if you’re nice-or a hot toddy for the naughty! Check in out on seasonedfork.com

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A Memorable Vegetarian Thanksgiving Table from Mexico: Pumpkin Tamales and Saffron Rice

November 21st, 2012 · 3 Comments · Dinner, Holiday, Vegetarian

· 3 Comments · Dinner, Holiday, Vegetarian

Vegetarian guests for Thanksgiving dinner? Try these savory Pumpkin Tamales with Saffron rice.

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Kabocha Squash Cheese Pie

November 22nd, 2010 · No Comments · Dessert, Fall Recipes, Holiday, Vegetarian

· No Comments · Dessert, Fall Recipes, Holiday, Vegetarian

In the North Fork, Fall is announced as much by the winter squashes at roadside farmstands as the changing leaves. We have so many different types of squash out here, but one of my favorites is Kabocha.  It is a Japanese squash but Caribbean cooks also use it. It’s smaller than most squashes – slightly larger […]

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Low-Cal Pumpkin Soufflé

October 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Brunch, Dessert, Fall Recipes, Holiday, Vegetarian

· No Comments · Brunch, Dessert, Fall Recipes, Holiday, Vegetarian

I love Thanksgiving and Pumpkins and anything made with Pumpkin but often times these are not the easiest on our waistlines.  This is why I love this pumpkin dessert which I serve instead of pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving or other special autumnal dinners.  I use Carriage Pumpkin or Cheese Pumpkin which is smoother and less […]

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More soup for the soul (and for the pocketbook)

January 24th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Dinner, Lunch, Snack, Soups & Bisques, Vegetarian

· 4 Comments · Dinner, Lunch, Snack, Soups & Bisques, Vegetarian

Despite the recent chill, I am starting to see signs of spring everywhere; whether it’s the sound of birds in the morning as I leave my house or the Rhododendrons springing back from hibernation on the North Fork.  But I want to embrace what’s left of winter and start to wonder what winter vegetables I’ll […]

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Harvest Breakfast Spinach-Mushroom Baked Eggs and Pumpkin Bread

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Breakfast, Brunch, Fall Recipes, Vegetarian, Wine

· No Comments · Breakfast, Brunch, Fall Recipes, Vegetarian, Wine

The leaves on the North Fork don’t really change until the end of October with colors piquing in November. The farmstands along Routes 25 and 48 are packed with miles of pumpkins of all different types and sizes. I love anything made with pumpkin, especially at breakfast.
If you have a chance to head out to the North Fork, stop at any of our farmstands and pick up a cheese pumpkin for a pumpkin bread to serve in place of coffee cake for breakfast with some delicate Spinach-baked eggs.

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Stilton log and goat cheese log with toasted pumpkin seeds

December 4th, 2008 · No Comments · Holiday, Lunch, Side Dishes, Snack, Vegetarian, Winter Recipes

· No Comments · Holiday, Lunch, Side Dishes, Snack, Vegetarian, Winter Recipes

Cheese logs or balls have definitely made a comeback.  They are the first thing to evaporate from a cheese display during our events. I find that it’s best to make one mild and one a bit sharper. Goat cheese is a perfect solution for the mild cheese log and can be beautifully accented with toasted […]

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