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Mushroom Bruschetta, made with goat cheese and fresh chanterelles.
Learn to make the world's most traditional cocktail, The Old Fashioned.
Cowboy Cookies, tweaked: Cowgirl Cookies with Dark Chocolate and Dried Cherries.
Tomato-Olive Relish is amazing with grilled fish.
Ditch the store-bought mix! Make whole grain pancakes from scratch.
Nutty, lemony morsels of deliciousness.
When the mangos are ripe, make Mango Salsa — especially delicious with fish.
Paula Wolfert's amazing Marmalade of Spring Greens.
Get a madeleines pan and bake madeleines!
Duck fat is the secret ingredient that makes these potatoes. To. Die. For.
How to freeze strawberries: Step by step instruction.
Here's why you might want to consider eating raw local honey.
Crust + custard + fruit = Summer Fruit Tart
When you're tired of making rhubarb pie, make Rhubarb Ginger Jam.
Spring Herb Pasta comes together in minutes.
The lemon tart is a classic, elegantly simple French dessert.
Use the last of the season's Meyer lemons for this easy and elegant Meyer Lemon Mousse.
Steel-Cut Oatmeal Bars; make them on Sunday, eat them for breakfast all week long.
The ultimate in delayed gratification treats: Refrigerator Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Black bean soup, bread, and pesto combine to make the hearty Zuppa Bastarda. A recipe.
Cure your own olives.
Course-Ground Hummus with Thyme and Sesame. (recipe)
Sprezzatura Pasta is sautéed deliciousness. (recipe)
Weekend bliss, aka Cinnamon Rolls.
Semolina Almond Cake: A light, moist, nut-topped pound cake, redolent with the Mediterranean flavors of citrus and almonds. (recipe)
Toffee Brittle with Chocolate and Sea Salt
Candied citrus is classic confectionery.
Sweet Potato-Cocunut Pudding with Toasted Coconut
[recipe] Short rib sugo and farro is so easy to make: It slow-roasts in the oven for hours while you do other things.
Sunken Grape Cake is a heavenly snack — and easy as pie to make (easier, actually).
Whole-wheat flatbread with grapes.
Fast Gazpacho is a breeze to whip up.
Perfect brownies: Exactly halfway between cake and fudge.