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Tips for Preparing Butternut Squash

Tips for Preparing Butternut Squash

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Many people shy away from using butternut squash in their recipes because they're difficult to prepare for cooking. Here are tips for making this versatile vegetable easy to peel and cut, and recipes for using the finished product.

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Summer Squash Takes the Cake

Summer Squash Takes the Cake

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If you’re tired of hearing family members whine about too much squash on the menu, here’s a sweet solution: let them eat cake.

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My Fava Bean Saga

My Fava Bean Saga

Fresh fava beans are usually available only in spring, but a late planting proves summer beans are tasty, too.

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Something to Cheer About

Something to Cheer About

Looking for a tasteful, one-of-a-kind gift for the person who has everything? Why not bottle your own special blend of homemade bitters?

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The Herb that Keeps on Giving

The Herb that Keeps on Giving

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Chives are an easy-to-grow, oniony herb that turns butter into something better.

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The Great Garlic Harvest

The Great Garlic Harvest

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The lone scape standing gave me the sign to pull out the spading fork. The Great Garlic Harvest was ready to begin.

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Structured Salads are Super for Supper

Structured Salads are Super for Supper

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Structured salads are an easy way to use garden-fresh veggies and herbs. Besides being fun to make, these salads help stretch your creativity and grocery budget at the same time.

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Grow a Cold Soup Garden

Grow a Cold Soup Garden

A chilly bowl of cold soup is the perfect way to beat the summer heat. Just about any sturdy vegetable can be turned into a refreshing meal on a sizzling hot day.

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When is a Pear a Vegetable?

When is a Pear a Vegetable?

The sharp spines of the Opuntia can be intimidating, but once they’re removed, the “nopales” turns into a nutritious vegetable that defies its prickly appearance.

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Grow this Frittata...and more

Grow this Frittata...and more

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“Grocery Gardening,” Jean Ann Van Krevelen’s newest book, is all about planting, preparing and preserving fresh food. It’s perfect for cooks who want to be better gardeners or gardeners who want to be better cooks—and everyone in between.

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Cheap and Easy Winter Greens

Cheap and Easy Winter Greens

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Growing your own garlic greens during the winter is an inexpensive way to feed two needs at once: a gardener’s need for growing and a cook’s need for something tasty.

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