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Classic Vinaigrette

This is a bare-bones vinaigrette recipe from Julia Child's Kitchen Wisdom book. Its beauty...

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Rhubarb crumble is like a crisp, only "crumblier". This recipe uses garden-fresh...

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Tomatillos are a staple of Mexican cuisine and happen to be very easy to grow. In fact, the...

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In an age when most people would not consider making their own french fries from scratch, it is...

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