The final week of our season-long garden party Summer Fest 2011 welcomes food and garden bloggers to feature garden-to-table recipes and tips. We hope we’ve helped you to enjoy all of summer’s best produce. We’ve delved into eggplant, peaches, cucumbers, cherries and corn. Now say goodbye to the season with: broccoli.
You can avoid a lot of unnecessary oil and still get a ton of flavor by making stir-fry at home. In season broccoli is a great stir-fry staple, since it keeps its crunch while still absorbing your sauce.
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Chicken Chow Mein from Chinese Food Made Easy
Join our cooking club! We’re excited by the eclectic Cooking Channel show lineup and the great-looking recipes flooding our site, so we’re working our way through the shows, one recipe at a time…
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Ching-He Huang (and friend) -- Chinese Food Made Easy
Given the array of spices, sauces and condiments that color the landscape of Asian cuisine, it’s easy to forget that Chinese cuisine needn’t be difficult. That’s where Ching-He Huang comes in…
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Maine fiddleheads - credit: Elizabeth Poisson
Growing up in Maine, April and May meant only one thing to us. A bounty of wildly foraged fiddleheads, cooked up by my grandfather on his pot belly stove, out in his garden shed…
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