In the Kitchen

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Parsley Perks Up Food Without Overwhelming It

Parsley Perks Up Food Without Overwhelming It

How to harvest, store, freeze and use this most underappreciated herb.

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The Composed Salad

The Composed Salad

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Artfully arrange your garden bounty for a light meal that looks as good as it tastes. A composed salad of carefully placed fresh vegetables keeps individual ingredients distinct, yet ties them together with a flavorful dressing.

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Cooking with Subtle, Sweet Winter Squash

Cooking with Subtle, Sweet Winter Squash

Two of the easiest ways to prepare a winter squash are steaming and oven roasting.

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For the Best Flavor, Blend Thyme with Fats

For the Best Flavor, Blend Thyme with Fats

Follow these tips to use thyme to its best advantage.

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Simple Strategies for Pairing Wine with Vegetables

Simple Strategies for Pairing Wine with Vegetables

Red or white? Sommelier Andrea Immer shares some simple tools that make it easy to pair the right wine with your vegetables.

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Holiday Treats from the Kitchen Garden

Holiday Treats from the Kitchen Garden

Even at the last minute, the harvest can yield gifts to treasure.

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Saffron in the Pennsylvania Dutch Tradition

Saffron in the Pennsylvania Dutch Tradition

The Pennsylvania Dutch are a people of many beliefs and lifestyles, but they share one thing in common: Their cookery is the product of their land.

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From Shaft to Leaf, Use the Whole Leek

From Shaft to Leaf, Use the Whole Leek

Here's how to prepare leeks for cooking, and some ideas for using them.

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Harvest Basket Extravaganza

Harvest Basket Extravaganza

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When the occasion demands, make a crudité display that looks good enough to eat. Gather a palette of prime vegetables and make a beautiful harvest basket for a party or special occasion.

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Relishing the Essence of Rosemary

Rosemary's piney flavor brings a quality of wildness into the kitchen.

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Beautiful Breads from Bountiful Harvests

Beautiful Breads from Bountiful Harvests

There are more ways than you think to use the garden's produce. These harvest breads are so good, so attractive, and so good for you, that your main problem will be keeping up with the demand.

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Delicious Ways to Use Cabbage

Cabbage is one of the great kitchen workhorses of the vegetable kingdom.

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Video: How to Pick a Ripe Watermelon

Video: How to Pick a Ripe Watermelon

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When is a watermelon ripe to pick? Watermelons don't continue to ripen after they're harvested, so you have to know how to tell when they are ripe. Here's how to pick a ripe watermelon.

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Preserving and Using Onions

Preserving and Using Onions

When the onion harvest is good, Edon Waycott likes to make a sweet and spicy onion relish. Here, he offers tips for handling onions, along with a recipe for a pickled onion relish.

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Cutting Boards

Cutting Boards

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Choosing and caring for the right cutting board can help protect you and your family from bacteria.

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Knife Sharpening

Knife Sharpening

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One of the most important rules of cooking is also the least observed: Keep your knives sharp.

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How to Candy Flowers

How to Candy Flowers

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Candied flowers add an elegant touch to cakes or fancy desserts. Here's how to make them.

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Kitchen Soup Stocks Are Swell, No Bones About It

Kitchen Soup Stocks Are Swell, No Bones About It

If you're serious about vegetarian fare, good stocks are a necessity.

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