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Tis the season -- for pumpkin bread, and that's a good reason to be jolly. Nothing quite captures the culinary spirit of the holidays on the table like these slightly spicy, deeply rich loaves. But let's not make the same old pumpkin bread again this year, even though -- sure -- it's good and -- yes -- it came from Grandma.
Throughout the country, supermarkets are now selling wild-caught Alaskan salmon, especially the kind from Copper River. It's a beautiful fish, with a meaty texture that's full of good-for-you oils. The season for this fish, though, is short--mid-May to mid-June for the fresh catch.
Make the most of fresh, spring produce by putting them to use in these delicious pies.
For many of us, childhood was filled with cartoon images of spinach as a lifeless green blob spilling out of a tin can. Sure, we knew spinach could give you energy, but little did we know just how delicious it can be, especially in a flavorful spinach salad. With summer here, there's no better time to give spinach salad a second chance.
These 10 fresh, seasonal, and anything-but-boring chicken recipes will heat up your dinner repertoire this summer.
Let seasonal veggies take center stage in these creative recipes that go beyond just stuffed peppers.
We all love a clearance sale. Sales on seasonal items are easy to predict -- doesn't everyone know to get snack-size candy the day after Halloween? Other times, though, it seems like non-seasonal items are put on clearance randomly.
From breakfast to dessert and all the snack times in between, here are some fun ways to add a seasonal touch to your food.
Inspired by the rustic multipurpose container of the moment, here are seasonal, portable recipes from blogger that can be made or served in mason jars.
Whether you're hosting an Easter brunch or a wedding or baby shower, these seasonal spring appetizers will please any crowd.
As much as we love our fall foods -- apple crisp, butternut squash soup, pumpkin anything -- we really love our fall drinks -- apple cider, hot buttered rum, pumpkin spice anything. Honestly, what would we do without our seasonal menus? Sadly, those beautiful beverages are doing ugly things to our waistlines.
Need a healthy alternative to potato chips? Would you believe me if I told you that kale is a great option (and it's a seasonal star). Give Crispy Kale with Lemon Yogurt Dipping Sauce a try and I think you may be a convert.
We have the forty-year-old California cuisine movement to thank for making terms like seasonal, local, fresh, and sustainably raised an everyday part of the way we describe the food we love to eat. California cooks like Alice Waters, of Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse, helped create a whole new and all-American way of cooking, which just keeps on getting better and better. For our California Thanksgiving menu, we tip our hats to seasonal produce and innovative preparation that makes them sing--a butternut squash soup with apple and bacon; turkey with chestnut stuffing; vegetable sides that prize a blend of flavors;read more
I can't wait to kick back and relax on New Year's Eve,with friends, family-- and a festive cocktail! Champagne may be the expected drink du jour on the big night, but this year I'm celebrating by trying a few new cocktails recipes instead. From seasonal fruit paired with flavored vodka, to a sweet-and-fizzy sip, to a tropical-tasting thirst-quencher, these flavor combos will be sure to please any crowd on one of the biggest party nights of the year.
Quick, simple and delicious, is there anything more perfect than pancakes for breakfast? Why yes -- pancakes that feature the best of summer's seasonal fresh fruit. Whereas come those cold, gray winter mornings we're happily content to top our pancakes with butter and warm maple syrup, in summer we go wild for all manner of summer fruit: strawberries (check), peaches (check), raspberries (check).
Nights are cooler ... kids are in school ... it's time for your September sales forecast! This long, hot summer resulted in many fall crops having an early harvest, so I'm already seeing great deals on apples and squash, as well as the expected seasonal sales on beans, cucumbers, eggplant, grapes, peppers and tomatoes. Back-to-school items are on sale everywhere this month.