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Ask Emily: How about a healthy and delicious butternut and acorn squash soup recipe?

Kate! Your wish is my command. Before you posted this on the fb page, I’d never considered mixing to squashes together in a soup. Thanks for the inspiration. Also, I was skeptical of Harold McGee’s assertion on Fresh Air a…
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Court Bouillon 101

I posted a picture of my court bouillon on my facebook page and due to popular demand, here is the recipe, a few ideas for using it and a brief explanation of exactly what a court bouillon is.   What…
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Fish Stew with Fennel and Potatoes for the Rainy Days of Spring

Tomorrow is one of my favorite days of the year, and as such tonight feels like the eve of something fun. Tomorrow, we set our clocks ahead. I almost used an exclamation point there, but am reserved for a few…
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From the Farmer’s Market to White Manna Burger

This morning began early. (Side note: I’ve been asked a lot recently what I’m planning to do. I’d like to figure out a work day that consistently begins and ends at the same time. This whole work late, work early…
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Sweet Potato & Carrot Soup

Ah, fickle fall weather! When I wrote this recipe a week ago for the final of my scheduled farmers market cooking demos, I was anticipating a chilly, grey autumn afternoon. Thanks weather.com! Instead it was 80º and sunny, but the…
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Curried Pumpkin Soup

I deviated pretty far from this recipe at today’s farmer’s market, but my new friends in Katonah-Lewisboro didn’t mind at all! The big reason for changing it was that there were no pumpkins when I arrived. A few different winter…
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Sweet & Cheesy Corn Chowder

After a few weeks off from the cooking demos today was my first day back. I left in summer and while technically it is still the same season, the fall bounty is starting to roll in off the fields. This…
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Chicken Soup for the Swine Flu, or Allergies

I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather the last few days and decided that I wanted to make some chicken soup. Not in the mood for traditional Chicken Noodle Soup, I decided to spice it up a bit to…
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Chili For A Cold Winter’s Night

In culinary school, we’ve been braising and stewing large, primal and sub-primal cuts of meat. This week, I had Osso Bucco and Oxtail for the first time. I loved both. Long, slow, moist cooking renders even the toughest meat, like…
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Chicken Stock and Chicken Noodle Soup

These is so much versatility in chicken stock. It keeps very well frozen. Use it to steam rice, add to sauces, freeze into ice cubes (in a tray reserved for this purpose) or in freezer bags or containers. Here’s what…
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