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Kale, strawberries, blueberries and goat cheese make colorful additions to quinoa salad for your Independence Day potluck.
These pops are for the big kids.
The trio of tomato, basil and mozzarella are a summer classic. The three are wonderful served simply with a little olive oil and salt, but the flavors also work well in these variations on the original.
Try these twists on an American classic.
Irish cook Donal Skehan demonstrates how to make a recipe for pasta with roasted farmers market vegetables on Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube.
Zucchini, yellow squash, red pepper, and fresh corn cut off the cob added to farmers market bacon make a great recipe for a summer side dish.
For a limited time, this well-reviewed cookbook with 60 recipes divided into the four seasons is free on Amazon for Kindle readers.
If you haven't had much luck with tofu, perhaps you're not cooking it long enough. When I was finally patient and left it in the pan, it turned out beautifully.
Why buy artificially colored and flavored fruit pops when you can make your own at home with better ingredients?
'Kitchen Vignettes' is a new farm-to-table video blog by Aube Giroux, winner of Saveur Magazine's 2012 Best Food Blog award in the video category.
Adding a little sugar to strawberries brings out the liquid in the fruit, creating a sweet syrup.
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Garlic scapes are plentiful at the farmers market this time of year. These stalks from a garlic plant are flavorful and have several culinary uses.
Here's how to combine two summertime treats into something we like to call 'poptails.'
Beat the heat with this recipe for creamy, spicy, grown-up-tasting popsicles made with your favorite black tea.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.