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  • April 18, 2014 Posted on Recipes, Comments Off

    What’s Fresh: Best Buds

    Juicy, sweet and tender, brassica buds are at their best right now. In the same family as broccoli rabe, the flowering tips of kale, collards, and cabbage are deliciously versatile. Toss them into a stirfry, add them to a quiche, sprinkle over a pizza with generous dollops of creamy goat cheese from Quail Croft Farm, or simply steam them and drizzle with Ginger Tamari sauce, a classic concoction from former San Juan Island resident chef Kate Stone. Recipe as follows. Ginger Tamari Ingredients: 1/3 cup ...

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  • April 10, 2014 Posted on Recipes, Comments Off

    What’s Fresh: Rhubarb

    Just as the last winter keeper apples give out, rhubarb lifts its glorious, rosy-hued head. Right now these tangy, juicy stalks are a true taste of spring. While there's nothing wrong with that old standby, why not think outside the crisp? Serve up a warm, custardy Strawberry Rhubarb Alsatian Tart with a dollop of cream, spoon Spiced Braised Rhubarb over thick Greek yogurt for breakfast, or nibble a slice of Rhubarb Tea Bread with your afternoon repast. Read on for a few of our very favorite rhubarb recipes.

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