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Spaghetti with Roasted Tomatoes, Peas, and Crab

I’m usually a purist when it comes to pasta. I’ll put veggies in, and sometimes I’ll do a meat sauce, but I hardly ever go the seafood route. However, pasta is actually the perfect vehicle for any and all seafood. … Continue reading

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Rigatoni with Morels and Peas

Last week, my friend Tony from Tony’s Family Farms texted me while I was out running errands and asked me if I wanted a free delivery of morels. I never say no to free produce deliveries and I especially don’t say … Continue reading

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Spring Pea Ricotta Tart

In this chapter of, “Puff Pastry Makes Everything Better,” I bring you this spring pea ricotta tart. I love puff pastry. I forget how much I love it until I use it again. It’s a little pricey but it’s so … Continue reading

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Pesto, Pea, and Prosciutto Pasta

Coming back from vacation usually means not wanting to cook. Occasionally I miss being in the kitchen while I’m traveling but as soon as I get home, I miss the convenience of eating every meal out. It’s a tough life. … Continue reading

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Lemon Strozzapreti with Pesto, Arugula, and Peas

This pasta is a riff on a recipe that I saw a few years ago when I read Lunch in Paris, a memoir by an American living in Paris. In the book, Elizabeth Bard links her experiences living abroad to … Continue reading

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Aloo Gobi

Aloo gobi has never been my favorite Indian dish, partly because I’m not that into cauliflower and potatoes. I think that they taste good with lots of spice, but they’re bland by themselves. There’s nothing bland about this recipe, though. … Continue reading

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Spring Soba Noodle Salad

This salad has spring written all over it. When I was tossing all the ingredients together before serving, I took a breath and it smelled the way it feels to be outside when everything starts to bloom. If that makes … Continue reading

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Spring Vegetable Polenta

I’m a sucker for impulse buys at the grocery store, especially in the checkout aisle. The other day, I was waiting in line and I saw a magazine, The Coastal Table. It was thick, heavy and cost more than most … Continue reading

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Spelt Spaghetti with Pesto and Spiral Zucchini

I’ve been coming across a lot of recipes on Instagram lately. It probably has to do with the fact that I spent 1/3 of my free time there. But I also noticed that it’s a place where people (including myself) … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Risottos

I’ve been on a bit of a risotto kick lately. It’s funny, because I usually associate the dish with cold winter months when I want to eat something warm and thick. But more and more recipes keep popping up on … Continue reading

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