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What Kinds Of Salads Can You Make In The Fall?

There are plenty of fall weather produce that you can make into delicious salads.What's Fresh NowApplesApples are plentiful during the autumn months. For salads, choose varieties that are sweet and crisp. Popular salad apples include Red Delicious, Fuji and Winesap. Buy firm apples that smell fresh and have smooth skins.PearsIt's also the time of year to sample all types of pears. Select those with even color and…See More
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Cooking With Pumpkin

Except for a Halloween display and its use in Thanksgiving pies, pumpkin is rarely served in the US. On the other hand, Italians, who grow a great deal of pumpkins, serve it in a number of ways. Cucurbitaceae, the genus that includes pumpkins, squashes and edible gourds, has nourished people for centuries.Of all of Italy's gastronomically diverse 20 regions, none utilizes the pumpkin the way the city of Venice…See More
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Cooking With Pumpkin

Except for a Halloween display and its use in Thanksgiving pies, pumpkin is rarely served in the US. On the other hand, Italians, who grow a great deal of pumpkins, serve it in a number of ways. Cucurbitaceae, the genus that includes pumpkins, squashes and edible gourds, has nourished people for centuries.Of all of Italy's gastronomically diverse 20 regions, none utilizes the pumpkin the way the city of Venice…See More
yesterday
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Time To Get The Soup Pot Out

Autumn officially arrived on Tuesday. What better way to welcome the season than making a delicious soup using ingredients that are hitting the farmers markets now? Soup is perfect in any season, but Autumn is especially a perfect time to make soup. When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, nothing hits the spot like a bowl of warm soup. Store-bought varieties are convenient, but they can be salty and…See More
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Time To Get The Soup Pot Out

Autumn officially arrived on Tuesday. What better way to welcome the season than making a delicious soup using ingredients that are hitting the farmers markets now? Soup is perfect in any season, but Autumn is especially a perfect time to make soup. When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, nothing hits the spot like a bowl of warm soup. Store-bought varieties are convenient, but they can be salty and…See More
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Jovina Coughlin's blog post was featured

The Fall Farmers’ Market

Look for these fall fruits and vegetables at farmers’ markets and in produce departments for the best flavor (and greatest value) in season. Specific crops and harvest dates of fall produce will depend, of course, on your region's climate.Apples are one of those fruits people have forgotten have a season. But they do, and in the Northern Hemisphere they're harvested late summer through fall.Artichokes produce a…See More
Sep 24
Jovina Coughlin posted a blog post

The Fall Farmers’ Market

Look for these fall fruits and vegetables at farmers’ markets and in produce departments for the best flavor (and greatest value) in season. Specific crops and harvest dates of fall produce will depend, of course, on your region's climate.Apples are one of those fruits people have forgotten have a season. But they do, and in the Northern Hemisphere they're harvested late summer through fall.Artichokes produce a…See More
Sep 23
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A Rosh Hashanah Dinner With An Italian Accent

The Jewish New Year is one of the most important occasions on the Jewish calendar. A central part of its observance is the Rosh Hashanah dinner, which emphasizes sweet foods in hopeful anticipation of a sweet year. These special foods are incorporated into menus in different ways. Frequently, each is prepared on its own as a cold appetizer. Leeks are often braised with a touch of tomato. Chard is sautéed with…See More
Sep 23
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A Rosh Hashanah Dinner With An Italian Accent

The Jewish New Year is one of the most important occasions on the Jewish calendar. A central part of its observance is the Rosh Hashanah dinner, which emphasizes sweet foods in hopeful anticipation of a sweet year. These special foods are incorporated into menus in different ways. Frequently, each is prepared on its own as a cold appetizer. Leeks are often braised with a touch of tomato. Chard is sautéed with…See More
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Cooking With Apples

Apples are the number one fall fruit. Fall also brings with it a renewed interest in baking. The most difficult part about encountering the appetizing display of apples in the store is deciding which apple is best for which project. All are great for munching out of hand, but texture, flavor and size, all contribute to whether a certain apple is best for apple crisp or applesauce.MunchingIf you’re simply in need of a…See More
Sep 18
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Eating Healthy On A Budget

10 Piece Chicken Nuggets with Large French Fries$6 per servingFamily of Four Total Cost: $24Cheeseburger with Large Curly Fries$4 per servingFamily of Four Total Cost: $16Eating healthy should not be a privilege or reserved for people who can "afford" it. Fresh fruits and vegetables actually don't cost more than burgers, fries and…See More
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Eating Healthy On A Budget

10 Piece Chicken Nuggets with Large French Fries$6 per servingFamily of Four Total Cost: $24Cheeseburger with Large Curly Fries$4 per servingFamily of Four Total Cost: $16Eating healthy should not be a privilege or reserved for people who can "afford" it. Fresh fruits and vegetables actually don't cost more than burgers, fries and…See More
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Healthy Snacks For Football Watching

Football season is back! And the return of America’s most popular sport means the return of many beloved traditions – including lots of fried and fatty foods washed down with calorie-laden drinks. When football season arrives, there seems to be a different type of energy floating around in the air. Rivalries between friends pop up for 18 weeks or so. Saturdays and Sundays (and now we can add Monday and Thursday…See More
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What Kinds Of Salads Can You Make In The Fall?

Posted on September 30, 2014 at 9:49am 0 Comments

Food52

There are plenty of fall weather produce that you can make into delicious salads.

What's Fresh Now

Apples

Apples are plentiful during the autumn months. For salads, choose varieties that are sweet and crisp. Popular salad apples include Red Delicious, Fuji and Winesap. Buy firm apples that smell fresh and have smooth…

Continue

Cooking With Pumpkin

Posted on September 29, 2014 at 8:54am 0 Comments

Pumpkin1

Except for a Halloween display and its use in Thanksgiving pies, pumpkin is rarely served in the US. On the other hand, Italians, who grow a great deal of pumpkins, serve it in a number of ways. Cucurbitaceae, the genus that includes pumpkins, squashes and edible gourds, has nourished people for centuries.

Of all of Italy's gastronomically diverse 20 regions, none utilizes the pumpkin…

Continue

Time To Get The Soup Pot Out

Posted on September 25, 2014 at 9:29am 0 Comments

fallsoup

Autumn officially arrived on Tuesday. What better way to welcome the season than making a delicious soup using ingredients that are hitting the farmers markets now? Soup is perfect in any season, but Autumn is especially a perfect time to make soup. When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, nothing hits the spot like a bowl of warm soup. Store-bought varieties are convenient, but…

Continue

The Fall Farmers’ Market

Posted on September 23, 2014 at 9:53am 0 Comments

fallmarket

Look for these fall fruits and vegetables at farmers’ markets and in produce departments for the best flavor (and greatest value) in season. Specific crops and harvest dates of fall produce will depend, of course, on your region's climate.

Apples are one of those fruits people have forgotten have a season. But they do, and in the Northern Hemisphere…

Continue

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