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Author: Tori Wesszer  •  Date: August 19, 2016

Recipe: Summer Fruit Galette

Piles of fresh summer fruit are wrapped in perfectly flaky pastry in this rustic, simple but impressive dessert.  The pie crust recipe makes enough for two galettes, so double the fruit filling if you want to make two. Otherwise the crus...

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Author: Abby Quillen  •  Date: August 3, 2016

Get Cultured: Sourdough Made Simple

Nobody knows who made the first loaf of bread, but it most likely happened in Egypt more than 4,000 years ago. Perhaps someone left wheat porridge out for several days, then baked it. That lucky person discovered sourdough bread, a food human...

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Author: Scott Nystrom  •  Date: July 27, 2016

Glorious Garlic

Garlic is incredible. It is said to have both pleased the gods and come from the depths of hell, sprouting at the hoofprints of the devil himself. Both revered for its medicinal properties and scorned for its ‘overstimulation’ of ...

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Author: Nicola Brown  •  Date: July 4, 2016

Veggie Noodles

If you asked me what food I’d choose to eat forever if I could only pick one thing, I’d say pasta, hands down. Whether it’s delicious spaghetti Bolognese or melty cheese tortellini, I’m all over it....

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Author: Scott Nystrom  •  Date: June 21, 2016

Fermented Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi looks like something that would grow in a Martian garden. A bulbous root perched atop the soil with gangly leaves reaching skyward. It bears a delicious resemblance to its family fodder, crunchy like a broccoli stem and faintly sweet...

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