Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp with a Pumpkin Seed Topping – Recipe

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Who doesn't love a good fruit crisp? They are a great way to use up excesses of seasonal fruits, and you can make the topping so easily that there is no need to wait for a special occasion. Strawberry …

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Roasted Tomato and Corn Risotto – Recipe

Slow roasting tomatoes is alchemy. You put base metal in the oven and a few hours later, you've got gold. In this case, we had a pile of Early Girls that had my rapt attention throughout July as they hurtled towards ripeness. But when they arrived, they were… kind of bland. I knew the Purple …

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Chevre with Sauteed Grapes and Fresh Herbs – Recipe

Chevre with Sauteed Grapes and Fresh Herbs

I love this appetizer because it comes together in minutes, tastes amazing, and the sauteed grapes provide an element of surprise and pleasure. It is a riff on a popular dish from Seattle's Osteria La Spiga, where they do it with Toma cheese wrapped in grape leaves. …

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Fresh Fettuccine with Ricotta, Spring Onions and Fried Duck Egg – Recipe

This is just pure decadence. Fresh basil fettuccine, creamy ricotta, crispy fried spring onions and a fried duck egg on top. The egg yolk creates a rich sauce for the noodles.. The only thing that would have made it more over-the-top is if I had some black truffle to shave on it.

This dish came about …

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Lemon-Mustard Vinaigrette – The Simplest and Best Salad Dressing – Recipe

I’ve never understood why people buy salad dressing, when an infinitely more delicious, fresher, healthier homemade vinaigrette is only 30 seconds away.

I make variations of vinaigrette all the time, but today I want to share with you my absolute favorite, the one I return to at least once a week. I use lemon juice instead …

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Goat Cheese, Asparagus and Beet Salad with Herb Flowers – Recipe

I’ve been inspired by Linda’s use of edible flowers, and I realized that I have both chive and rosemary blossoms in my garden right now. The chive flowers are those purple puffballs, with an oniony flavor similar to the familiar herb. The rosemary petals are much smaller, and lighter purple but if you look closely …

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Dutch Baby With Sauteed Apples (Giant Oven-Baked Pancakes) – Recipe

I happened to see Allen of Eating Out Loud’s post on Dutch Babies the other day, and I was reminded that my wife, Sarina, had fond childhood memories of them. I’d never had one before, but the recipe looked easy enough that I could pull it off while watching the kids so we could surprise …

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