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"Green broth" might not sound like the name of world-class soup, but that's just...

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Ahhh....meatballs. If only we could grow them in the garden. Luckily, we can make them in the...

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Coleslaw doesn't have to be a just shredded cabbage swimming in a mayonnaise sauce. Next...

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Who said pancakes were just for breakfast? By adding some spinach, chard, or (as in the photo...

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And you think your kitchen is cramped!  I found this amateur video below fascinating. It shows a...

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Curried Squash Soup

This recipe comes courtesy of the Cook's Garden company. They recommend using Tromboncino...

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Called "latkes" in certain parts of the world, you'll call these crispy pancakes...

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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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This delicate sauce infused with the flavor of freshly chopped parsley offers a pleasant...

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"The best way to eat them is in the garden, warm and pungent from the vine, so that one can suck...

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