THE SEASONAL PLATE

5 Things to Make with Local Shrimp

The shrimping season is officially open! Here are a few new ways to celebrate one of our most precious local resources on Flo...
THE SEASONAL PLATE

Eggplant Stacks

Eggplant stacks are a lighter, fresher take on eggplant parmesan. This dish lets the texture and flavor of the eggplant shine through without getting ...
THE SEASONAL PLATE

Collard Wraps

Make these wraps ahead of time for a nutritious lunch or light dinner.
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Savory Herb & Ricotta Bread Pudding

Light and fluffy yet rich and satisfying, this dish is versatile enough for brunch, lunch or a dinner side dish.
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Garlic Knots

Leftover garlic knots can be used for homemade croutons - if they don't get gobbled up as soon as they come out of the oven, that is.
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Garlic Knots

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Shakshouka

A staple of Northern African cuisine, shakshouka means a mixture - and this poached egg dish serves up a delicious combination of herbs, spices, tomat...
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Pork & Shrimp Dumplings

These savory dumplings from Miya's Test Kitchen make for a simple weekend project with crowd-pleasing effects. The added bonus? A versatile grapefruit...
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Peanut Butter Blondies

With or without the chocolate chips, these blondies are complex and balanced.
SUMMER PARTY PLANNING

Pickled Shrimp

No more rubbery shrimp! This recipe uses a oil and vinegar-type dressing rather than a vinegar pickling liquid alone and when doubled or quadrupled, i...
LIGHTER FARE

Chickpea Socca with Radish Salad & Carrot Top Pesto

Also called farinata, torta di ceci or cecina, socca is a type of unleavened pancake or crêpe made from chickpea flour.
SEASONAL SUMMER FOODS

Roasted Eggplant Jam

For a savory version of PB&J, serve this jam with cashew butter on rustic, artisan bread.
FIRE UP THE GRILL

Yakitori no Tare (Yakitori with Sauce)

These grilled chicken skewers are a popular street food in Japan, and make for an easy meal when cooking over a campfire. The sauce can be made ahead ...

SEASONAL EATS

Eating locally means buying produce with the seasons. Here's what's currently growing in our region.
Winter & Spring
Winter & Spring
Winter & Spring
Winter & Spring
Winter & Spring


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