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  • Recipe: Zucchini, feta and basil frittata

    Recipe: Zucchini, feta and basil frittata
    Total time: 50 minutes Servings: Makes 8 medium or 30 mini frittatas 3 medium or 4 small zucchini 2 large eggs, separated 1 1/3 cups coarsely grated feta cheese 1/4 cup chopped green onions 1/2 cup flour (or slightly more if necessary) 1/2 teaspoon...
  • Recipe: Turkey in a bag with Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing

    Recipe: Turkey in a bag with Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing
      Active work time: 15 minutes Total preparation time: 4 hours 1 (15-to 20-pound) turkey Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing, cooled 1/4 cup oil 1 cup apricot preserves Salt Freshly ground black pepper Heat the oven to 325 degrees. Clean the...
  • Still feeling that garden glow

    The faded newspaper clipping shows a small girl with a wide smile, holding a gigantic head of lettuce. The girl is me, in 1964. The lettuce was a prize-winning product of my first elementary school garden. That ancient photo — emailed to me this...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Stuff your vegetables and other fun ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Stuff your vegetables and other fun ideas
    Dinner tonight? Stuff it. Vegetables, that is. Take your favorite summer produce -- summer squash and bright tomatoes -- and pack them with your favorite fillings, whether meat-based or vegetarian. The options are endless. Bright yellow summer squash...
  • The Pick-Up: CSA Challenge: Veggie whole-wheat spaghetti

    The Pick-Up: CSA Challenge: Veggie whole-wheat spaghetti
    In my continuing attempt to eat only what is already in my fridge and pantry all week, this recipe, which I found in WomenHeart's All Heart Family Cookbook (Rodale, 2008), appealed to me because I knew I could adapt it easily. The original recipe was...
  • Summer vegetables, Provence-style

    Summer vegetables, Provence-style
    Walk into any farmers' market right now and you'll be dazzled by the colors of summer: deep red tomatoes; green, red, and yellow bell peppers; purple or violet eggplants; bright green and golden zucchini. It's all I can do to stop myself from grabbing...
  • Fourth of July cookouts don't always mean meat

    Fourth of July cookouts don't always mean meat
    The Fourth of July is not technically about the inalienable right to grill hot dogs and burgers, but to vegetarians or people trying to cut down on their meat intake, it can sure seem that way. For those looking for a way to join in the backyard...
  • Heat can build quickly for tomato plants in containers

    Heat can build quickly for tomato plants in containers
    Is my tomato plant going to be too hot in a black plastic pot on my balcony? It gets full afternoon sun. Plants, including their roots, in containers or raised beds are hotter than in-ground plants when temperatures rise. Normally that is not a problem,...
  • Pillsbury Bake-Off accepting entries for Quick Rise & Shine Breakfasts

    Pillsbury Bake-Off accepting entries for Quick Rise & Shine Breakfasts
    The Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest is giving home cooks a new reason to think about breakfast: the chance to win $1 million. The iconic cooking competition is now accepting entries in its third and final category, Quick Rise and Shine Breakfasts. Original...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Frittatas and 33 other great ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Frittatas and 33 other great ideas
    When you're short on time and/or energy, dinner doesn't get much easier than a frittata. Heat a pan, add some beaten eggs and flavorings and cook to puffed perfection. That's it. Frittatas are easy to make and are versatile, perfect for breakfast or...
  • Fried Foods: The Quest For the Holy Appetizer

    Fried Foods: The Quest For the Holy Appetizer
    A heaven-sent appetizer is endowed with a creation story, one that bestows a halo of mystique on an otherwise terrestrial snack. The first trope is the waste-not-want-not parable, also known as highly intelligent design, in which a creative chef finds a...