Raw Corn Summer Salad with Apples and Jicama

Raw Corn Summer Salad with Apples and Jicama

We don’t often think of eating corn raw but—especially in the height of summer when quality is high and quantity abounds—it can be a sublimely sweet, crisp, juicy treat. This salad abounds with crunchy textures, contrasting flavors, and wonderful color. Besides...
Spinach, Nuts, and Cheese with Green Garlic

Spinach, Nuts, and Cheese with Green Garlic

Don’t let the plain-sounding title of this recipe give you the wrong idea. This is a great savory dish—after all, with bacon, cheese, walnuts, and green garlic, and spinach, how much more umami goodness could you want? You can also add hot chiles for added...
Garlic Scape Soup

Garlic Scape Soup

This lovely, creamy, savory soup enhances the delicate garlic-asparagus flavor of the scapes. You may use the garlic scape flowers as well.
Easy-As-Pie Rhubarb Pie

Easy-As-Pie Rhubarb Pie

This is a truly easy, incredibly delicious pie that looks like it takes much more effort than it actually does. Once you start eating it, none of that matters, either.
American Q’s Bourbon + Bacon Hot Chocolate

American Q’s Bourbon + Bacon Hot Chocolate

In search of something new for the holiday season. This is a unique combination of ingredients and sounds like a few would make the holiday's a lot smoother
Pear & Watercress Salad

Pear & Watercress Salad

This is a lovely, earthy fall salad that uses lemon juice and truffle oil to make a delicious vinaigrette. If you don't have truffle oil, you can substitute a good quality extra-virgin olive oil.
Basmati Rice with Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Onion

Basmati Rice with Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Onion

This is a lovely side dish that is delicious on its own or as a light but satisfying side dish with heavier entrées. Basmati is a type of long, slender-grained aromatic rice traditionally from India. You can use any type of mushroom for this dish, but oyster,...
Spaghetti with Spring Vegetables

Spaghetti with Spring Vegetables

This beautiful, light dish is a celebration of spring flavors. Feel free to substitute any vegetables in season, including ramps, green garlic (in place of the cloves), and morels (instead of white button mushrooms).
Shoo-fly Pie

Shoo-fly Pie

Shoo-fly pie is a quintessentially Lancastrian dessert and it’s made from simple ingredients any Pennsylvania Dutch farmer or homesteader would have had access to. It is, in essence, a molasses custard and despite its simplicity, it yields a surprisingly complex and...

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