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  • Golden Fig Jam
    on Dec 23, 2010
    The fig is a generous fruit.  Abundant and carefree, one fig tree can produce hundreds of these delightful delicacies in a season.  With a lineage that traces back as far as human history, these delicious Dionysian delights are perfect for...
  • Spicy Fish Stew with Red Snapper
    on Nov 16, 2010
    The basics of fish stew are simple; onion, garlic, vegetables, toasted bread and fish, fish, fish!  The Italians call it Cacciucco from the fishermen of Livorno, Italy who would gather and prepare this soup with the smallest fish of their catch...
  • Apple Cider Turnips
    on Oct 28, 2010
    Jack-o'-lanterns were originally carved from turnips by ancient Celts which were hung about the front door of a dwelling to ward off evil spirits during the festival of Samhain, a precursor to Halloween.  Samhain (summers end) was a Gaelic festi...
  • Roasted Chicken with Fennel and Pears
    on Oct 21, 2010 in pears Fennel
    Sweet fennel is a dynamic and mysterious vegetable.  For centuries its seeds and leaves have been used for their digestive healing properties but the root is often overlooked.  Fennel was delivered to us by the Greek god Prometheus who hid...
  • Seared Halibut with Leeks, Mushrooms and ThymeMilder than an onion and not so pungent as garlic, the grassy Leek is just right.  It warms up soups and souls during the colder seasons.  The leek is truly a noble vegetable.  Said to be a favorite of the Emperor Nero, who consumed le...
  • Country Style Pork Ribs and Butternut Squash
    on Sep 23, 2010
    The 2010 Harvest Moon marks not only the end of the growing season but also the beginning of Fall with the Autumn Equinox.  Days begin to get shorter and cooler, food gets richer, warmer and more comforting.  Autumn is a season for hay ride...
  • Beet and Dinosaur Egg Plum Salad with Apples & WalnutsThe Dinosaur Egg plum, or Pluot, is a hybrid of the apricot and plum, merging the best of the two fruits; the sweetness of apricots with the juiciness of plums.  They are juicy, delicious and addicting.  If you can't find the Dinosaur Egg...
  • Tomatoes, Peaches, Cucumbers and Sweet Corn Vegetable SaladIt has been a great year for growing  in the Northeast and as a result we are getting record numbers of tomatoes, peaches, cucumbers and of course our world famous sweet corn.  The Union Square farmers market in New York City is open four d...
  • Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs with Mint and LemonI can't think of a place where the mint doesn't grow abundantly and carefree in these dog days of summer.  Mint has a fresh, welcoming scent found in cuisines and cultures almost uniformly throughout the world. The Egyptians coined the term "dog...
  • Sea Scallops with Zucchini Squash over Spinach
    on Aug 9, 2010
    Sea Scallops are named for their symbolic fluted and fan shaped shells.  We eat the muscle of these fertile deep-sea dwellers.  Tender, sweet and sustainable, Sea Scallops are also beneficial to your health.  They're high in protein, O...
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