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Sausage and Peppers — with a Twist

It’s finally starting to get warm around here and unfortunately the higher temperature makes me a lazier cook, if that were possible. Who wants to slave over a hot stove or oven when a warm, beautiful day beckons? Dinner last night was one of those “what do I have lying around that I can throw […]

Summer Chopped Salad of Tomatoes and Corn

Fresh tomatoes and corn are two of the summer farm’s greatest treats. The large, fleshy tomatoes are a healthy delight that seem decadent and a bit like forbidden fruit. Corn on the cob, on the other hand, brings me right back to childhood with butter dripping down my chin and kernels stuck between my teeth. […]

A Hearty Breakfast for Your Inner Mexican

Let’s face it,  we all wish we were Mexican. Cinco de Mayo, margaritas, Caesar salad, Salma Hayek and, dare I say it Chihuahuas, are all a part of American culture. What would life be like without miniature, hairless dogs stuffed into purse-carriers and sweaters to keep them safe and warm?? And no Salma? That is […]

Oven-Braised Duck Legs with Five-Spice Powder

Most cookbooks I own have the same format: a list of recipes organized by protein, starch, or vegetable. Sometimes there might be a section dedicated to breakfast or dessert, but by and large it’s very straightforward. The one cookbook I own that doesn’t follow this format, however, is A Platter of Figs by David Tanis. […]

Bean and Kale Soup

Kale is one of those ingredients that I didn’t know about growing up and now it’s the trendy “green” to cook and serve. I’ve experimented with many different kale recipes, both cooked and raw — with roasted delicata squash or in an Asian peanut dressing, respectively. It’s a form of cabbage so it has a […]

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