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Garlic Scape Time

Garlic Scapes – With the warm days of summer upon us, garlic scapes are making their first appearance! Garlic scapes are the beautiful green curly tendrils that sprout from the stem of garlic. The scape is the immature flower stalk … Continue reading

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Another Garlic Scape idea!

Pickle Your Scapes! I often think that the best part of a jar of dilly beans is the clove of garlic… so, why not just make pickled garlic…. AND if you use garlic scapes they look like beans but have … Continue reading

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What’s In Season?

  Garlic Scapes – With the warm days of summer upon us, garlic scapes are making their first appearance! Garlic scapes are the beautiful green curly tendrils that sprout from the stem of garlic. The scape is the immature flower … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Sautéed Greens with Pine Nuts and Raisins

This recipe, from simplerecipes.com, is great because it’s extremely simple, yet elevates sautéed greens, which can often be limp and bland. Here, the pine nuts and raisins add a nice contrast of sweet and nutty to the bitterness of the … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Roman Egg Drop Soup (Stracciatella alla Romana)

This is another very simple meal that is perfect for spring. It’s warm and broth-y to keep away the chill on those inevitable spring nights, but not too heavy, and can be whipped up in 10 minutes. If you can … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Sautéed Kohlrabi with Cheese

I know what you’re thinking. Sautéed shredded kohlrabi? With cheese? Trust me, when we saw this recipe in Farm Fresh and Fast, we felt the same way too. Confused, but intrigued. Kohlrabi is wonderful but it’s also very brassica-y (think … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Celeriac and Rutabaga Purée

This dish is so simple to make, yet has a surprising complexity of flavor—the sweetness of the rutabaga, the savoriness of the cheese, and just the right amount of salt. It’s a perfect side for a roast (I ate it … Continue reading

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[Recipe!] Kohlrabi and Apple Slaw

Ah, kohlrabi. The weird step-child of the brassica world. It looks like an alien, has the texture of a turnip, and tastes like a mild cabbage. And yet! It is one my favorite vegetables because it is so versatile. It … Continue reading

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