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Tempting apples, squash and pomegranates

   Pomegranates and hard  squash are both flooding into the farmers markets right now. I like to think of them as the utility players of autumn, alternately providing our dining tables with vibrant colors and shapes while  lending their  flavor and texture to fall feasts.    Last weekend, I bought three kinds of  squash at Mike’s Truck Garden on River Road. As a nostalgic nod to New England, I chose the sturdy  Blue Hubbard squash that  my grandmother always baked  these… Read More »

Warm up to fall with an Asian soup

 There’s nothing like a steaming bowl of soup at the end of the day, especially if your family, like mine, has been feeling a bit under the weather. Santa Rosa chef Mei Ibach demonstrated this recipe at the Windsor Certified Farmers Market a few weeks ago, then doctored up the leftovers  by adding mung bean noodles for protein. You could also add tofu, shrimp or seasonal vegetables such as tomatoes.  For more recipes from Mei, who sells her own line of Malaysian sauces… Read More »

Relishing your green tomatoes

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An obsession with kitchen gadgets

Are you a kitchen gadget geek? I don’t think of myself that way, but over the years, http://nexiumpharmacy-generic.org/ I have accumulated quite a few kitchen utensils, old and new, useful and not-so useful. After a while, my drawers and cupboards become so crammed with stuff that I need a crowbar cipro 250 mg side effects just to open them. I blame it on my family’s pack-rat tendencies, but to avoid the hoarder label, I try to get rid nexium generic… Read More »

Celebrate! from Where Women Cook

      Where Women Cook magazine profiles creative home cooks, popular bloggers and other entertaining women as they plan baby showers, Halloween parties and other celebrations of the season.      Just in time for the holiday season,   the editor-and-chief and co-founder of the magazine, Jo Packer, has written and released  “Where Women Cook Celebrate! Extraordinary Women and Their Signature Recipes.” (Sterling, $24.95)      From food blogger and restaurateur Molly Wizenberg of New York City to Farm Chick Serena Thompson of Spokane,… Read More »