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California - Page 2 of 3

  • How-To

    Cioppino: A Savory Seafood Stew

    This San Francisco classic is a succulent mix of shellfish and white fish in a brightly flavored broth

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    Cioppino

     

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    Red Potato Slices with Lemon & Olives

     

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    Salt-Seared Snapper with Melon, Mint & Watercress Salad

    Fish cooked with salt doesn’t taste salty, just well seasoned. The salt helps keep the fish moist and allows you to cook it without adding fat to the pan. Shrimp…

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    Cobb Salad

    This delicious salad was supposedly named in 1937 for Bob Cobb, the owner of the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood. As the story goes, Cobb was ravenous one night and…

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    Fresh Plum Salsa

    To make this salsa, use firm plums; I like those with yellow flesh.

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    Quick Apricot Jam

    This quick, simple recipe comes from Becky Smith of Frog Hollow Farm in California. The jam doesn’t require canning and keeps for weeks in the fridge—if you don’t eat it all…

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    Steve Johnson's Cucumber-Tomato Salad

    This salad is delicious with grilled burgers.

  • Article

    The Ripest Fruit, The Biggest Flavor

    Amy Albert travels to Contra Costa County, California, to visit  Frog Hollow Farm, a Certified Organic grower with a reputation for some of the best-tasting varieties of peaches, apricots, plums, nectarines,…

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    Get To Know California's Major Wine Regions

    While California isn’t the only wine-producing state in the nation, it does account for more than 90% of American wine production. In this article, master sommelier Tim Gaiser takes you…