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Hatch Chile Agar Agar Noodle Bowl Recipe

So, we have a new Hatch chile recipe for you, which is a Hatch chile agar agar noodle bowl with salmon and teriyaki. [Record scratch] Hold it! Hatch chile what-what?!?! OK, this is going to take a little bit of explanation. Bear with us while we walk through the story: First, Hatch chiles are super-special […]

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Fresh Fig and Pistachio Cookies Recipe

It’s fig season here in California, which means you *definitely* need a recipe for fig-pistachio cookies. Sure, we know, all of your friends are eating their fresh figs with melon and prosciutto – and that’s great! – but you want cookies, don’t you? Yes, you do. We couldn’t resist these beautiful California-grown figs at our […]

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Vegan Breakfast Recipe With Fresh Tomatoes

In summer, your garden-fresh, ripe tomatoes should be a part of every meal – and that includes breakfast. We’ve got a super-fast, super-easy, and super-satisfying vegan breakfast that will ensure that your tomatoes get a starring role. First, let’s observe the simple, beautiful tomato. Supermarket winter tomatoes are mealy and runny. Garden-fresh summer tomatoes are […]

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Camping With the Camp & Cabin Cookbook

If you could go camping with anyone, who would it be? In our case, Laura Bashar of Family Spice would be at the top of the list. Not just because she’s great – she’s the best! – but because she’s the most amazing and creative outdoor cook we know. That’s why her new book, The […]

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Lemon Pepper Jicama Chips Recipe

You probably know jicama for its use in salads or as crudite, but of the most overlooked and yet tasty things you can do with jicama is to make jicama chips. Yes – jicama chips! They’re light and crunchy with just the tiniest yet tantalizing amount of sweetness. First things first, for the uninitiated: Jicama […]

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Friday Food News Wrap: Feb. 18

Friday Food News Wrap: Feb. 18

President Obama’s proposed budget was at the top of the news this week, and those who follow childhood nutrition were pleased to learn that all programs will retain their current level of funding, with $7.9 billion for discretionary nutrition program support (as per Obama Foodorama). However, as The Slow Cook pointed out in Grist this week, school […]

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