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Vichyssoise-esque

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Based on a dish that was once used to feed army battalions, vichyssoise was popularized by Julia Child, who once said it was her favorite soup. It bewitched a young Anthony Bourdain and turned him into a foodie. It’s like a thin version of buttered, creamy mashed potatoes, flavored with onions and leeks. And who wouldn’t want to consume bowl after bowl of that?

Miso Shishito

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Shishitos are finger-length, thin-skinned, wrinkled, and usually mild, but every now and then you’ll get a hot one, which keeps things exciting. My introduction to this pepper came at the farmers market in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where growers bill them as “frying chiles.”

Zucchini Pizza

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Move over cauliflower crust pizza. In the never-ending hunt to find ways to` use zucchini, this is a brilliant addition to the arsenal.

Purslane Chile Verde

purslane, tomatillo
Chile Verde with purslane A stew fit for two misfits Pity the misfit tomatillo, aka the Mexican husk tomato. Most cooks don’t know what to do with that swaddled orb that looks like a paper lantern and tastes like some underripe fruit. Green salsa is the most common application, but…

Kosher Dill Fridge Pickles

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For many if not most home canners, myself included, pickles were the gateway. My first food preservation project ever was a batch of bread and butter cucumber pickles, followed by a batch of whole lemon cucumbers

Basil Carbonara

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Basil Carbonara My children have an arrangement with an area farmer. After the weekly farmers market, he supplies them with surplus produce, which they sell at a roadside stand in front of our house. They split the proceeds 50/50, with the farmer getting half, and the boys dividing the other.…

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