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10 Takes On Seasonal Squash

One of the season’s most versatile vegetables is back and better than ever! Here are our ten favorite ways to cook with it this fall.   1. Penne Pasta & Delicata Squash with Kale & Ricotta Cheese Unlike many cool-weather squash, delicata squash has skin that is tender enough to eat, which makes for easy prep.   […] Read more »

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8 Recipes That Celebrate & Send Off Summer

Say a final farewell to summer with eight unforgettable recipes starring the warm-weather season’s best and brightest ingredients!   1. Saffron & Tomato Bucatini Pasta This sophisticated pasta dish celebrates the bright flavors of summer with a robust sauce of charm tomatoes and sautéed summer squash.                       […] Read more »

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4 Family Dinners That Double As Kids’ Lunches

Transform last night’s dinner into tomorrow’s school lunch with these delicious, double-duty recipes! Find our four favorites below!  1. Chicken Schnitzel with Creamy Potato Salad & Lingonberry Jam Nothing beats classic chicken schnitzel. Simply a crunchy, breaded cutlet, it’s a favorite in Germany and many of its neighboring countries. 2. Pesto Meatball & Mozzarella Paninis with Zucchini […] Read more »

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Q+A with Winemaker Steve Matthiasson

Steve Matthiasson was perhaps the most in-demand viticulturist in Napa when he and his wife, Jill, decided to start their own wine label. We caught up with Steve in the middle of this year’s grape harvest to talk about one of his favorite subjects: gathering friends to eat, drink and be merry. Read more »

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Spring’s Most Sensitive, and Bountiful, Vegetable

“People say gambling came to New Jersey with the casinos,” laughs Tom Sheppard of Sheppard Farms in Cumberland County, New Jersey. “But gambling came with the first farmers. Out there in the field, mother nature can do all kinds of things to you.” Read more »

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Can an American Parmesan Dethrone the King of Cheeses?

Parmesan cheese is at the heart of Italian cuisine, and the greatest of all of Parmesans is Parmigiano Reggiano. So when you’re looking for a cheese to grate over a saucy tangle of pasta, there is no substitute. The Schuman family believes they can change all that. Read more »

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Jalapeño Poppers with Ranch Dressing

Creamy ingredients are a delicious way to rein in chile peppers’ heat. Here, we use a filling of cream cheese and cheddar in a classic finger food, and serve it alongside a savory ranch dressing—for even more cool factor. See below for our favorite ranch recipe! Read more »

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How to Update En Papillote

En papillote (literally “in parchment”) is a classic technique in which fish and other ingredients are steamed in the oven inside a parchment packet. Though the method originated in France, it can be used to highlight the flavors of just about any cuisine. Below you’ll find two recipes inspired by Mexican and Thai cooking. Try […] Read more »

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Colin Leggett, Sweet Potato Guru

Ten-year-old Colin Leggett says there’s one ingredient he says he would never, ever eat the orange tuber without: brown sugar. And no, he’s not just talking a spoonful or two of the sweet stuff. He says that he’d pour an entire cup over the split potato, still steaming after having been just pulled from the hot oven.
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Our New Year’s Cocktail Countdown

Cozy Cran-Apple Cider 1 Ounce Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice 8 Ounces Apple Cider 4 Ounces Spiced Rum 2 Dashes Cranberry Bitters Whole Nutmeg (for garnish) Fresh Cranberries (for garnish) 1 Apple (for garnish) Heat apple cider on low (do not boil.) While the cider heats, divide the lemon juice and rum between 2 glasses. Add […] Read more »

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