In the Kitchen

In the Kitchen
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Did Someone Say TEA?

Did Someone Say TEA?

The only thing that rivals my plant obsession is my need for tea.

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Culinary Mint Medley

Culinary Mint Medley

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Mint is indispensable for the cook, but which mint? In this article, Susan Belsinger offers guidance on selecting and using this essential perennial herb.

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How to Freeze Corn

How to Freeze Corn

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Nothing compares to corn fresh out of the garden, but here's how to freeze corn for the winter.

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Let Worms Compost Your Kitchen Scraps

Let Worms Compost Your Kitchen Scraps

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Worm composting (vermicomposting) has to be one of my favorite gardening topics in the world. There are so many good reasons to keep red wigglers in the kitchen or by the back door, munching and crunching on your kitchen scraps that it’s hard to know where to begin.

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Video: Stuffed Grape Leaves

Video: Stuffed Grape Leaves

I love this classic Mediterranean Recipe for Stuffed Grape Leaves.

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Bay (Laurus nobilis): From Legend and Lore to Fragrance and Flavor

Bay (Laurus nobilis): From Legend and Lore to Fragrance and Flavor

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Hello gardeners! This year, bay is Herb of the Year and it's being celebrated internationally. The following article appears in Bay, Herb of the Year 2009, published by the International Herb Association.

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Asian Vegetable Salads

Asian Vegetable Salads

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Asian salads are very different from their Western counterparts, says Ruth Lively. Vegetables are rarely totally raw and crisp.

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Video: More Ways to Freeze and Store Fresh Herbs

Video: More Ways to Freeze and Store Fresh Herbs

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Here is a simple way to keep your herbs long after the garden is done.

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Video: Maple Syrup in the City

Video: Maple Syrup in the City

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In my neighborhood it is maple sugar time! It is so cool and tasty. Keep your eyes out for sugar maple trees and bring a little bit of Vermont into your home today.

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Radishes Are Multi-Purpose Vegetables

Radishes Are Multi-Purpose Vegetables

Most people eat only radish roots, but just about every part of the plant is flavorful and enjoyable.

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Maple Sugar from City Trees!

Maple Sugar from City Trees!

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Believe it or not but there are sugar maples in the city that you can easily turn into delicious Maple Syrup.

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Extend the Seasons with a Cold Frame

Extend the Seasons with a Cold Frame

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Cold frames are basically very short greenhouses sans the heat. They are mostly used for extending the season in one direction or the other. They are one of the handiest tools around for helping...

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Steam Cooking Asian Style

Steam Cooking Asian Style

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Low-fat, one-dish, steam-cooked meals create their own savory sauce. Learn the art of steam cooking by following a simple process, and be sure to practice safe steaming techniques.

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Video: Shaker Medicinal Herb Garden

Video: Shaker Medicinal Herb Garden

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Here is a little thing on medicinal herbs, fresh from your garden. I hope this gets you thinking about summer!

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Cooking with Cherry Tomatoes

Cooking with Cherry Tomatoes

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Cherry tomatoes are so good that they often get gobbled up right in the garden. In case yours make it to the kitchen, here are some ways to serve them up.

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Tomatoes for Stuffing

Tomatoes for Stuffing

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Like peppers, stuffing tomatoes have a hollow cavity that can be packed with a variety of fillings. These colorful varieties make impressive edible bowls.

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Cooking with Lavender

Cooking with Lavender

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Lavender is an edible flower. Used judiciously, it can enhance the taste of a wide variety of dishes, both sweet and savory.

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Roasting Vegetables to Perfection

Roasting Vegetables to Perfection

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Simple techniques produce savory, satisfying results, says Carole Peck, chef and owner of Good News Café in Woodbury, Connecticut. She explains the fine points of slow roasting and also shares six of her recipes.

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Dried Strawberries are Sweet Morsels of Flavor

Dried Strawberries are Sweet Morsels of Flavor

Dehydrating strawberries is a great way to preserve and concentrate their flavor long after the season ends. You can dry them in the sun, in ykour oven, or in an electric dehydrator.

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Poaching Fruit

Poaching Fruit

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Simmer peaches, plums, pears, cherries, and berries as a quick path to fine flavor and aroma.

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