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Chicken Legs with Glazed Eggplant, Zucchini and Apricot Skewers

Recipe for Chicken Legs with Glazed Eggplant, Zucchini and Apricot Skewers.

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Homemade Relish Made Easy

Old-fashioned relish, the kind made from an old family recipe handwritten on a time-yellowed index card, or from a cookbook whose pages are splashed and well-worn, need not be a forgotten joy. Includes recipe for Green Tomato Relish.

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Vine-Ripened Tomato Salad with Red Onions, Feta and Kalamata Olives

Recipe for Vine-Ripened Tomato Salad with Red Onions, Feta and Kalamata Olives

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Warm Green Bean Salad

Recipe for Warm Green Bean Salad

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Tons of Tomatoes

By now, tomato plants are laden with their harvest and markets are overflowing with our favorite summer vegetable. The tomato is reaching the apex of its season.

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Benefits of Blueberries

Their deep, rich color and juicy, tart-sweet flavor make blueberries one of summer’s most perfect fruits. But there’s a lot more to blueberries than meets the eyes and the taste buds. These little berries are packed with natural substances that provide a variety of health benefits.

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Springtime is Prime Time for Artichokes

Artichoke’s nutty flavor and meaty texture make it a favorite vegetable of many Americans – whether cooked or raw, hot or cold, savored alone or with other ingredients in salads or cooked dishes. Includes delicious recipe for Risotto with Artichokes.

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Tomato Tantalizers

Enjoy a fresh tomato out of hand, just as you would an apple. It’s a low calorie, nutritious snack. Diced tomatoes add color and taste to guacamole dip. The possibilities are endless.

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Dried Herbs: Fresh Flavor From Your Garden

Growing your own culinary herbs gives you ingredients with flavor that is intensely better than what you can buy at the store, and at a fraction of the cost – and it’s fun.

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Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring

From geraniums and marigolds to petunias, lobelia and impatiens, even common annuals can make your home come alive with bright colors. And they’re easy to plant, inexpensive, and trouble-free.

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