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Rhubarb ginger crisp: the first taste of spring!
Homemade bagels: totally worth it!
Ringing in the New Year with a Left Bank Martini.
Quick and easy huevos rancheros.
Chicken piccata with lots of lemon and capers.
Summer squash soup for your glut of CSA zucchini.
Greek gyros made with goat from a local farm.
Northern Italian-style porchetta. Perfect for Easter!
Shrimp fried rice: the best use for leftover rice.
Red lentil soup inspired by Cafe Algiers, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA.
Sour cherry preserves: as sexy as it gets.
Rhubarb pie, hold the strawberries. Deliciously tart.
Peanut butter pretzel cookies. Salty, sweet, addictive.
Masala fried chicken: Spicing up a Southern favorite with Indian flavors.
The best Indian pudding from a true Yankee.
Herbed buttermilk dressing and a refresher course on salads.
Mussels in a green curry: Good for you and good for the environment.
Bread and butter pickles: perfect for cravings of all kinds.
Maple ice cream made with pure, local maple sugar.
Little goat cheesecakes with blackberry compote: an easy way to incorporate local ingredients.
Burnt caramel ice cream. Revenge is sweet!
Cranberry cardamom turnovers and a cautionary tale.
Spiced tomato jam: it ain't your mother's recipe!
Gazpacho. This is the real deal. Drama is optional.
This peach blueberry pie was worth the whining.
Sungold cherry tomatoes require little fuss.
Rainier cherries: picking your own in Massachusetts.
Local cherries in Port over ricotta: simple and sweet without being cloying.
Dorie Greenspan's lemon poppy seed muffins with a surprise: locally made blackberry/blueberry jam.
Another use for your springtime fava beans: bruschetta with prosciutto and honey.
Fried apple fritters: an old Appalachian family recipe.
Morels and asparagus: the perfect springtime marriage.
Sesame-pickled carrots with ginger from Quick Pickles.
Beet chips: Using up the last of my winter CSA vegetables.