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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.
Mussel and chorizo soup inspired by Five Fifty-Five in Portland, Maine.
Face your phyllo fears head-on.
The secret to a great Reuben is in the ratio. And homemade sauerkraut doesn't hurt, either.
Lemon chicken from American Masala.
Is something burning? That would be my bourbon sauce for Mustard-Glazed Parsnips!
Penuche. Will somebody please save me from myself?
From the family recipe archives...Bambury Tarts.
Chocolate chip cookies meet cheesecake. If there's something more American than apple pie, this is it.
You could compost those potato peels, or you could fry them. I vote for fry.
Are sausages the deal-breaker in one Bostonian's quest to eat locally for a month? You decide.
It's always a wild ride around here when it comes to mushrooms. Read at your own risk.
Ever thought about catching your own lobsters? Here's a Cape Cod tutorial.
Cherries aren't just for dessert. Here's one way to eat more salad.
Finally, a well-made doughnut out of a sea of imposters.