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    Caprese Salad, All Gussied Up

    You didn't expect me to let summer pass without at least one caprese salad (of sorts) post, did you?

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    A Sparkly Soda Perfect for Spring

    This blackberry soda is a great beverage to serve at a spring barbeque or picnic. It's fresh, simple and can be dressed up for adults or served as-is for children.

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    Tomato Sauce. . .Or Soup?

    Why does what should be a tasty tomato sauce turn into something closer to soup?

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    Play the Farmer’s Market Game!

    Fine Cooking's newest game challenges you to identify seven varieties of heirloom tomatoes while the clock ticks down. Play and share your score with the community!

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    Plenty Fresh

    Nutritionist Ellie Krieger uses fresh herbs to amp up flavor in a healthful way.

  • Recipe

    Spring Vegetable Ragout with Fresh Pasta

    This quick pasta is spring incarnate: fresh baby vegetables and their tender shoots, delicate pasta, and a light, brothy sauce.

  • Recipe

    Coconut Milk

    You can use canned coconut milk for the South Indian Chicken Curry, but it often has a "tinny" flavor, so I prefer to make it fresh from dried, shredded coconut.…

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    Orange and Brown-Butter Tart

    The nutty brown butter in this tart's custard filling makes a rich counterpoint to the tangy oranges topping it. A mix of blood and navel oranges is gorgeous, but you…

  • Recipe

    Fresh Pasta with Sausage and Mushrooms

    You can find fresh pasta in the refrigerated section of your supermarket. For a spicier dish, use hot Italian chicken sausage.

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    Blood Orange and Radicchio Salad with Hazelnuts and Shaved Parmigiano

    This beautiful salad is bursting with flavors: sweet blood oranges, crisp, bitter radicchio, and rich, savory Parmigiano.

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