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warmly spiced peanut stew

As temperatures get cooler, fresh and raw (or barely cooked) ingredients and dishes quickly start to lose their appeal. And yet, the difference between late summer and early fall isn't as categorical as one day it is and the next day it ain't. The tomatoes don't know which day autumn begins, and neither do the apples. That's why it's so common to have a perhaps-confusing overlap of produce during...
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spicy, herby corn fritters

Whether you're tired of eating fresh corn on the cob all summer (yet still have a bunch to use up) or you're simply in the mood for some of the corn in your pantry or freezer, this recipe is for you. Quick, easy, simple and delicious — a real all 'round crowd pleaser. Let's make some spicy, herby corn fritters! feel free to watch these corn fritters being made right here before moving on to...
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peachy green bean burrata plate

It happens more often than you'd think. I want to eat something that I think would be so satisfying — to my hunger, my mood, the weather, the day. But to eat it, I'd have to make it. And ugh... I just don't feel like cooking. Yes, yes, I love cooking. All I think about is food, and where can I buy the freshest produce, and what I want to cook next. But sometimes... I just don't feel like...
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cardamom & orange rhubarb cake

Every spring I get a sudden hankering for rhubarb, get excited when I spot some in a shop or market, buy one or two bunches of pretty pink stems, eagerly bring them home... and then proceed to wonder what exactly to do with them. The answer is often cake — and this year was no different. You don't have to be über-precise when it comes to home baking (the same cannot be easily said for...
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