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Winter Farmer’s Market

Hello Readers and Happy Monday,

This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Wayland winter’s farmers market, my mind was blown.

I walked into this tightly packed store filled from ceiling to floor with crafts, food, 50% off Christmas items, clothes, candles, gardening supplies, plants, literally a shoppers dream.

After passing through a narrow hallway crossing the coy pond bridge…video can be found on IG here.

and entered into an extensive and really cool market. I highly recommend if you are in the area to check it out here is the link. 

Thanks for reading and until next time, cheers!

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ooey gooey cheese sauce

Hello Readers and Happy Monday,

My question to you this week is do you love macaroni and cheese? Alfredo sauce? Cheese and its gloriousness in general? well then let me tell you how to make the most silky cheese sauce from scratch at home.

Step 1 select your cheese. this step is crucial depending on what you are making and who it is for will determine the cheese you select.

Step 2 make a roux- take a half a stick of butter and melt it in a pot. next add about 1/4 cup of flour or more if needed and cook the flour with the melted butter. after about 2 or 3 mins of cooking slowly start to whisk in bout 2 cups of milk ( heavy cream works also) and add salt and pepper. Next add in your selected shredded cheese and gently whisk until combined. If you want to loosen your sauce just add more milk.

Step3 pour over your dish or mix it into cooked pasta.

Step 4 completely indulge in amazingly ooey gooey cheese sauce.

*Video can be found on facebook/Instagram pages

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New Prices

Hello readers and Happy Monday

I am very excited to announce that Mayari’s Voyage has new prices for customer’s looking for a prepared meal service. All of the meals are prepared with farm fresh ingredients, locally sourced and include delivery and MA tax.

Price and Bundles

$14.99/Meal

$80/5 Meals

$160/10 Meals

Thank you so much for reading and I look forward to hearing from you.

Until next time, Have a great week!

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Fudge

Hello Readers and happy NYE!

Today I wanted to talk with you about fudge and how incredibly versatile it can be. Fudge can serve as a gift to friend or neighbor, be brought to a party and more importantly be stored in your fridge for two weeks as a treat! I like to make fudge for the holiday season to keep it special but, it is so versatile you can flavor it anyway you want for special occasions.

This holiday season I made a candy cane white chocolate fudge, a butterscotch pecan fudge, and a dark chocolate sea salt fudge. Recipe can be found here.

Here are the images of the blocks of pecan fudge and candy cane fudge.

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From a cake to a cookie

Happy Holidays Readers!

It’s Christmas Eve, and if you are like me, you may have committed yourself to making treats for people for the fast approaching festive season and probably do not have time to get to the store and buy ingredients. No problem I’ve got you covered. You know that box of cake mix by either good ol’ Betty crocker or sir Duncan that is sitting in your pantry? Well guess what you can make cookies out of that! Amazing right!

To turn this box into fresh yummy cookies all you need to do is disregard those instructions on the back and use these.

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup of oil

ANNND blend until the batter is thick and moldable usually about 3 mins on medium speed if you are using a hand blender. Bake at 375 for 6 to 9 min.

Here are red velvet cookies I made using the cake mix.

Good luck readers and again Merry Christmas