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Oh, wouldn't it be nice to live where these grow year-round? I can't wait for summer!
The first grilling weekend of the season...Yeah! Plus, a chance to learn to grill with the masters in Napa.
Quinoa? I always thought of "grains" as brown and looking very uninteresting. This almost looks too good to eat.
A college students dream, A parents worst nightmare... All it needs is a coffee attachment!
Stocking the pantry is not nearly a nice a the look of these grains outside the pantry..
Everywhere you look, it is about making bread...
Why is that? Cool image though, where does the bread end and board begin?
A sweet-tart delight? Kiwi's are back... and I don't mean those nice folks from the Southern side of the world.
Butter is BACK! It seems to be in favor again, and I, for one, am very happy
Devilishly good eggs for Easter
Death by Chocolate...say no more!
Lobster Mushrooms -- what the? Cool looking though I am not a fan of that which grows on poo... and other delicious mushrooms.
Food...in the rawest sense of the word. A new movie coming out this fall called King Corn. This is just a small piece of a mountain of corn surpluses...now it can be an Olympic games, the Corn Slide!
Tickled Pink! Pink Pearl apples are so interesting...and yes, this is really the color they are inside..."how's about them Apples?"
Ground cherries are tomatoes? What the? My neighbors garden has these and I never knew anything was inside the little pouch. Very tricky with the way nature hides food...very cool!
Java jitters...how can such a calm looking image translate into 'jitters'. I can't even tell if there is actually anything in the cup, but I just love the feeling the whole thing gives me.
Falling off the backyard trees as we speak...you can Preserve summer fruits by soaking them in alcohol â€” an easy way to retain and enhance their warm-weather flavors. Kelly Myers shows you how.
Peach-tarragon soup with a splash of blueberries... Portland has this great summer farm dinner program called Plate & Pitchfork...this is just one dish from one night. Wonderful memories
Gezpacho...lovely sometime food. Easy to make recipe and wonderful to look at...
The message in the 'bottle' is that great summer foods can last long into the fall and winter...
Blueberries are starting to go out of season, but what a great way to go!
Cucumber? I just don't know..but very cool!
You might think this tasty, but I bet he will put up a good fight to stop you...or is it just a flying crab? [Editor's Note: wow, mouth wateringly moving article]
A so-called "perfect scoop" -- of that I do not know. But, there is a chance to win a signed copy of this great book by David Lebovitz. Long live Ice Cream!!
So, you want to live like a soldier...here is a start! Bonnie Powell takes an new direction for the Ethicurean? Sadly, this still looks oddly appetizing.
Deborah Madison's take on cherry season...many colors, and many flavours.
I was always told "never make food 'blue' or place it around the color"...I think this may be the exception. Only wish I could find a bigger version of this...(nice recipe here too by the way)
Table for one?
Hybrid tomatoes...yummy and gross at the same time...
A $64 tomato...must be good. The book is really a great read too.
Super natural Tofu? Otsu mixes soba noodles with pan-seared tofu from Heidi Swanson.
Spatchcocked (what a funny word) chicken, looks like a heart with legs. And some wonderful summer grilling recipes. Yummy...
Not sure if anyone actually eats it in this state...but, it sure has a pleasing look to it. Simple is often better I guess.
Summertime sauciness! All of it I am sure is low-fat, etc. Who cares? It is so good looking...and a couple of wonderful recipes.
Lost you 'heart' too, interesting perspective on the articoke....