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Welsh Griddle Cakes: An old-fashioned treat cooked right on your stove top.
Maple, nuts and soft cheese make this salad a simple but sensational addition to any meal.
Honey and cumin make carrots something special.
Find winter vegetables boring? Balsamic vinegar, garlic and pine nuts give Swiss chard a boost.
Not a pancake fan? Get your Mardi Gras fat with these savory cheese cookies.
These light as air vanilla cupcakes can be made plain or with a hint of lavender.
Turned off by gray broccoli and jaundiced cauliflower. Here's how to keep cooked veggies bright and appealing.
Leftovers from Apple Roasted Chicken turn pumpkin soup into something worth blogging about.
Forget Nesquik. This hot chocolate is just warm ganache in a cup.
Spicy Green Beans warm up a winter meal.
Forget the white background and plated recipes. C Food looks at sustainable seafood in a whole new light.
Jeremiah Bullfrog wishes everyone Joy to the World with these tasty cookies.
Saffron is expensive but lasts a long time if handled properly.
Romanesco tastes like broccoli, has the texture of cauliflower but looks like it comes from outer space.
Maple-roasted chicken breast is a low-fat variation on honey-garlic chicken wings. Less fat, no mess. What could be better?
Homemade French Onion Soup -- a classic dish that's makes eating local easy.
Concord Grape Sorbet - worth destroying your T-shirt for?
Poor Brussels sprouts. Everyone hates you. Until you roll around in brandy, orange zest and dried cranberries.
Pumpkin pie ice cream. Tastes just like the original dish, only colder. And without a crust.
This quick-cook curry can be on the table in less than half an hour.
Ginger Gold apples and butternut squash team up to make a sweet yet savory fall soup.
Tart Concord grapes and sweet nectarines combine to make a flavorful but fat-free fruit butter.
Cauliflower, sweet potatoes and Indian spices combine to make a warming soup.
Green tomato marmalade is a seasonal variation on a classic preserve.
Baked apples. Easy, versatile and always comforting.
A classic Southern dish -- fried green tomatoes -- gets an Italian update.
What do you do with runny preserves? What about a sweet Moroccan-inspired chicken dish?
Tomato and sage soup is the perfect way to stay warm while using up the season's bounty.
Sometime simple is best. Like fresh tomatoes with oil and balsamic vinegar.
Mocha Ice Cream -- rich as a chocolate truffle with a coffee kick.
Double Berry Crumble Squares are easy to make and low fat.
Salted Caramel Ice Cream. Sweet. Slightly salty. Creamy. What more could you want?
Peach Melba Clafoutis is a delicious way to use up those extra peaches.
This garden-fresh zucchini soup is a perfect way to use up the bounty.