This time of year, one day you’re huddled over chili, the next you’re contemplating spring pea shoots. Here, books to satisfy your every climate-induced craving.
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David goes out to pasture. Uh, we mean, he decides the only eggs that shall touch his lips hereafter shall be pastured.
When city dwellers attempt to recreate a backyard barbecue in a public park, is it truly urban grilling? Or is it barbecue blasphemy?
Peace. Love. Granola. We reconsider hippy cooking in light of the principles those tie dye-wearing, tree-hugging concertgoers espoused.
One girl’s weeds, it seems, are another girl’s supper. Renee swoons to the miscellany of sweetly summery shoots and sprigs and sprouts at the greenmarket.
Wondering what to do with the abundance of late-spring sprigs, shoots, and stalks, oh my? Wonder not. We have solutions both simple and surprising for you.
Sunchokes, alias Jerusalem artichokes, stumped our intrepid Greenmarket Girl, Renee, until she consulted the Sunchoke Deity, Jonathan Gold.
Elvis food–all the dishes, like his quirky peanut butter-banana-bacon sandwich–has inspired generations of cooks. What’s your Elvis-ish treat?
Flying Pigs Farm’s leaf lard is just one of the farm’s superb pork products made from free-roaming and foraging heritage pigs.
Wooed by rainbow chard, the vegetable world’s most dandy member, our greenmarket girl, Renee, shares suggestions for cool-weather cooking.
After eschewing dishes from her native Puerto Rico while living in NYC, Andrea Moya Munoz returned home to be taught by her family’s beloved cook.
Late-season corn, that last vestige of summer, can be, shall we say, starchy. Renee, our ever-intrepid Greenmarket Girl, offers up ways to coax the sweetness out of every kernel.
A sweltering summer kitchen doesn’t stop our fearless Renee. She simply piles her greenmarket finds on the cutting board, chops, drizzles, salts, and eats.