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    New York Chefs Are Discovering All the Possibilities of the Sweet PotatoThey’re not so sweet anymore, even when they’re dessert.
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    In Season: Nate Smith’s Roasted-Parsnip-and-Farro SaladBecause the cold helps convert their starch into sugar, a later harvest can result in an unusually sweet taproot.
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    In Season: Alex Raij’s Trinxat With Savoy CabbageTender, mildly sweet Savoy cabbages are hardy enough to withstand extreme, East River-freezing temperatures
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    In Season: Olive-Oil-Poached Local Squid With Roasted LeeksPlentiful, affordable, and sustainable—a rare hat trick in today’s precarious seafood market.
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    In Season: Alice Waters’s Collard Greens With Cumin and Black Mustard SeedThe floppy-leafed cabbage variant isn’t just a soul-food staple.
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    In Season: Sunchoke Soup With Crispy ChestnutsThe gnarled tuber’s nutty and sweet traits serve it well in this creamy soup by Balaboosta chef Einat Admony.
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    In Season: Fettunta With New-Harvest Olive OilIt’s the traditional way for Tuscan olive growers to show off the quality of their olio nuovo.
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    In Season: Sautéed Kabocha Squash With Mascarpone and Maple SyrupThe fruit’s bright-orange flesh, with its perfectly sweet flavor and starchy, chestnutlike texture, is worth the effort it takes to get at it.
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    In Season: The Marlton Lobby Bar’s Fennel-and-Pomegranate SaladThe pomegranate makes a festive, sweet-tart addition to this seasonal salad of fennel, radicchio, and feta.
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    In Season: Scott Tacinelli’s Creamed-Kale CarbonaraThe rainbow lacinato variety takes well to this riff on creamed spinach from the Quality Italian chef.
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    In Season: Mollie Katzen’s Citrusy BeetsThe Moosewood Cookbook author finds the perfect foil for beets’ inherent sweetness in the tart citrus segments and apple-cider vinegar she uses to dress roasted roots.
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    In Season: Cauliflower-and-Gruyère Macaroni GratinA refreshingly seasonal approach to the ultimate comfort food.
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    In Season: NY 428 Apples With Yogurt Mousse and Licorice CaramelTry this deconstructed-caramel-apple recipe from Toro chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer.
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    In Season: Sorella’s Broccoli FrittoIn spite of its year-round supermarket presence, broccoli performs best in cool weather.
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    In Season: The Wayland’s Husk-Cherry FizzA satisfying and deceptively stiff cocktail.
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    In Season: Michael Anthony’s Pickled Ají Dulce PeppersThe Gramercy Tavern chef uses it to garnish sashimi-style black sea bass.
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    In Season: Philippe Bertineau’s Provençal Bayaldi With Japanese EggplantThe slender, thin-skinned Japanese eggplant has few and tiny seeds, rendering it less bitter than most and well suited for this recipe from the Benoit chef.
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    In Season: Elise Kornack’s Tomato-and-Sandita SaladThe Take Root chef has discovered the perfect foils for the plant’s bright acidity.
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    In Season: Esca Chef Dave Pasternak’s Corn Salad With Walnuts and GoatIs there a better reminder that summer does not officially end with Labor Day than a heap of Greenmarket corn?
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    In Season: String BeansTry this recipe from Estela chef Ignacio Mattos, who boldly (and successfully) brings together Taleggio cheese and fish sauce.
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    In Season: Sara Jenkins’s Agretti With Shallot YogurtThe feathery succulent has a grassy, slightly salty flavor and a crisp and juicy texture coveted by the Porsena chef.
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    In Season: Almayass’s Fattoush With PurslaneThis recipe, adapted from the Armenian-Lebanese restaurant, honors fattoush tradition with the vibrant flavors of fresh lemon, mint, and the tart, citrusy spice sumac.
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    In Season: Pasquale Cozzolino’s Gold Bar Zucchini a ScapeceThis fried-zucchini recipe from the Ribalta chef tastes even better the next day.
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    In Season: Alex Stupak’s Green-Onion SaladThe Empellón Cocina chef’s take on the Mexican street-food snack cebollitas.
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    In Season: Robert Newton’s Vietnamese-Inspired Collard GreensMassaging oil into the greens makes them tastier and more supple, as in this salad from the Nightingale 9 chef.
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    In Season: Eric Ripert’s Sautéed Soft-Shell CrabsThese seasonal glories of the Mid-Atlantic seaboard are at their peak in June and July.
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    In Season: Daniel Boulud’s Mixed Greens With RhubarbTry this supremely sour greens-and-rhubarb recipe from his cookbook Braise.
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    In Season: Dan Kluger’s Roasted Fiddlehead FernsThe ABC Kitchen chef has a simple solution to intensify and fine-tune their flavor profile.
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    In Season: Travis Post’s Chrysanthemum Greens Salad With Sesame DressingThe tender young specimens are best raw in salads, like this one from the Yunnan Kitchen chef.
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    In Season: Ryota Ueshima’s Fresh Bamboo Shoots SukiyakiThe Kajitsu combines this spring delicacy with tofu, scallion, and gelatinous shirataki noodles.
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    In Season: Phillip Kirschen-Clark’s Fresh Morel RisottoMorels make their otherworldly appearance in April. Sauté them in butter, scramble them with eggs, or try some in this recipe from the Café Cluny chef.
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    In Season: Evan Hanczor’s Dressed Turkey EggsThey’re the Parish Hall chef’s zesty riff on deviled eggs.
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    In Season: David Rotter’s Pickled PineappleThe Boulton & Watt chef has proved that pickling the perfectly ripe fruits packs an explosively tangy punch.
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    In Season: Recette’s Arugula Salad With Kumquats and HazelnutsChef-owner Jesse Schenker likes sweet-skinned, tart-fleshed kumquats in this simple salad.
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    In Season: Calliope’s Spicy Marinated Mackerel With Hass AvocadoYou’ll find Hass avocados in the supermarket year-round, but their oil content increases in the spring.
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    In Season: Deborah Madison’s Rutabaga ‘Fries’Over at the Union Square Greenmarket it’s still a veritable rutabagapalooza for another month or so.
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    In Season: The Kubbeh Project’s Pomelo-Juice CocktailIts mild, sweet juice makes a nifty seasonal substitute for grapefruit in this popular Israeli drink.
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    In Season: Jonathan Benno’s Pasta e FagioliMade with heirloom beans from California’s boutique beanery Rancho Gordo, which are firmer and more flavorful than average.
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    In Season: Rita Sodi’s Red Cabbage SaladYou can find good cabbage any time of the year, but winter is the brassica’s finest hour.
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    In Season: Couscous Tabbouleh With Parsley Root and Preserved LemonHugue Dufour has discovered that parsley root makes a first-rate foundation for this clever, winterized tabbouleh.
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    In Season: Wade Moises’s Pink Grapefruit SaladThe Rosemary’s chef combines the palate bracer with some of its citrus associates in this invigorating salad.
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    In Season: Hospoda’s Fried Egg Bread With Apple-Horseradish RelishIts super-pungent, sinus-thumping heat cuts the richness of winter’s meaty stews and braises.
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    In Season: Brussels-Sprout Salad With Crispy Bacon and Buttermilk DressingFrost is to sprouts as sunshine is to tomatoes.
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    In Season: Pecorino di FossaThis rustic formaggio is available now at Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria as well as at DiPalo Fine Foods.
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    In Season: Ample Hills Creamery’s Wet Walnut SauceThis new scarlet nut is a cross between a standard California walnut and a fancy French variety.
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    In Season: Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban’s Pumpkin-Seed-Oil SpreadThe Seäsonal and Edi & the Wolf chefs combine pumpkin seeds with farmer’s cheese and spread across toasted rye or pumpernickel.
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    In Season: Paula Wolfert’s Caramelized QuincesYou can’t really eat this ancient fruit without cooking it, and cooking it well.
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    In Season: Seamus Mullen’s Crispy Fried Jerusalem ArtichokesHe likes to serve fried sunchokes as an alternative to fried potatoes.
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    In Season: the Breslin’s Boiled PeanutsYes, peanuts, in their raw or “green” state, have arrived at Greenmarket.
  50. Beer Me
    PBC’s Wet-Hopped ‘Harvest From the Hood’ Arrives Just in TimeIt arrives just in time to mitigate pumpkin beer fatigue.
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