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August 22, 2018

When the weather is hot and shouty, then why not shout back with skewers of fiery meat? These steak skewers are not only cooked over a flame, they are also bathed in a heady lime and garlic marinade that tenderizes and infuses the meat with bold flavor and kicking spice.

But don't stop there: Raise…

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August 15, 2018

Late summer reaps bushels of peppers in a kaleidoscope of colors and a crooked assortment of wiggly shapes. I shop with my eyes, because the first thing I do when I get home is pile my peppers into a bowl, where they do double duty as a decorative centerpiece on the kitchen table before they are…

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August 08, 2018

If you’re like me, it’s impossible to resist the baskets of fresh summer berries at the farmers market. If you have more restraint than me, and you haven’t gobbled up your berries yet, here’s a great way to add them to a dessert.

Clafoutis (clah-FOO-tee) is a French flanlike…

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August 01, 2018

Weekends are made for grilling, and this weekend was no different. California halibut is in season, and while halibut’s firm flesh is ideal for roasting thick filets on the grill, I prefer to cut the fish into chunks, quickly marinate them and thread them on skewers. By doing this, more of…

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July 25, 2018

Squash blossoms might make this pizza sound pretty fancy, but it really isn't. Delicate squash blossoms are everywhere at the farmers market at this time of year. I've been eyeing them and contemplating ways to easily incorporate the floppy, sunny flowers into a meal.

I've eaten blossoms fried and…

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July 11, 2018

How do you like to eat watermelon? Undoubtedly, it’s a summer treat. I remember hot New England summers when the air was so humid you could slice it with knife. My brothers and I would eat thick watermelon-smiles, as wide as our faces, leaning over the grass, while the juices dribbled down…

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July 04, 2018

This meal of crisp vegetables and plump shrimp is light, fresh, flavorful and fast. It is just the thing to whip up when you need to reset from a weekend of typical summer party fare, heavy on the grilled meats and mayonnaise-y salads.

This dish celebrates the season healthfully by letting colorful…

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June 27, 2018

Have you heard of cauliflower couscous? If you are like me and enjoy serving a grain side to grilled meats, or as a salad staple, then check out this riff on wheat couscous.

The secret to this gluten-free side dish is the cauliflower — not as an addition to a salad of wheat (semolina)…

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June 20, 2018

Israeli or Mediterranean couscous are tiny balls of toasted semolina pasta that plump up when cooked into toothsome, chewy, slightly less tiny balls of pasta. They are delicious and satisfying and make a great base for a hearty side or salad.

You can make the couscous according to the directions on…

Food Column Deadline Israeli Couscous-1

June 13, 2018

I don’t remember when I had radishes with unsalted butter and coarse salt for the first time, but I know that it was in France.

And it was the oblong red-to-fushia, white-tipped French breakfast radish that I fell in love with. This often photographed radish is what I think of when I think of…

Food Column Relish the Radish Season
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