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  1. In Season
    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.
  4. Holiday Food 2013
    Holiday Food 2013: The Sinful and the SaintlyThanksgiving two ways: a truly gluttonous spread for those looking to indulge, and a Mediterranean-style meal for the butter-phobes.
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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.
  16. In Season
    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.
  17. In Season
    In Season: Pasquale Cozzolino’s Gold Bar Zucchini a ScapeceThis fried-zucchini recipe from the Ribalta chef tastes even better the next day.
  18. In Season
    In Season: Alex Stupak’s Green-Onion SaladThe Empellón Cocina chef’s take on the Mexican street-food snack cebollitas.
  19. Flavortown
    Guy Fieri Promoting the New Adam Sandler Movie With ‘Grown UpsOf course.
  20. In Season
    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.
  21. Book Shelf
    Here’s a Sneak Preview of the Roberta’s CookbookIt’s being released in late October.
  22. In Season
    In Season: Eric Ripert’s Sautéed Soft-Shell CrabsThese seasonal glories of the Mid-Atlantic seaboard are at their peak in June and July.
  23. Recipes
    Learn How Alex Stupak Makes His Flour TortillasIt was actually his pastry-chef wife, Lauren, who perfected the recipe.
  24. In Season
    In Season: Daniel Boulud’s Mixed Greens With RhubarbTry this supremely sour greens-and-rhubarb recipe from his cookbook Braise.
  25. In Season
    In Season: Dan Kluger’s Roasted Fiddlehead FernsThe ABC Kitchen chef has a simple solution to intensify and fine-tune their flavor profile.
  26. Tech
    Food52 Launches Provisions SectionBecause your kitchen tools are old and rusty.
  27. In Season
    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.
  28. Trends
    BLD’s Mariah Swan Shares A Recipe For Southern BiscuitsThe pastry chef recreates White Lily flour for a true taste of The South.
  29. In Season
    In Season: Ryota Ueshima’s Fresh Bamboo Shoots SukiyakiThe Kajitsu combines this spring delicacy with tofu, scallion, and gelatinous shirataki noodles.
  30. Recipes
    How to Make State Bird Provisions’s Signature State BirdIt’s their fried quail with lemon-onion compote.
  31. In Season
    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.
  32. In Season
    In Season: Evan Hanczor’s Dressed Turkey EggsThey’re the Parish Hall chef’s zesty riff on deviled eggs.
  33. Recipes
    Here’s How Louis C.K. Makes ChickenIt’s a no-fuss recipe.
  34. In Season
    In Season: David Rotter’s Pickled PineappleThe Boulton & Watt chef has proved that pickling the perfectly ripe fruits packs an explosively tangy punch.
  35. In Season
    In Season: Recette’s Arugula Salad With Kumquats and HazelnutsChef-owner Jesse Schenker likes sweet-skinned, tart-fleshed kumquats in this simple salad.
  36. In Season
    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.
  37. In Season
    In Season: Deborah Madison’s Rutabaga ‘Fries’Over at the Union Square Greenmarket it’s still a veritable rutabagapalooza for another month or so.
  38. Grub Guides
    22 Recipes to Cook When You’re Snowed In This WeekendFrom brownies to Bo Ssäm.
  39. Neighborhood Watch
    St. Vincent Reveals Pretzel Recipe; Vin Antico Closes in San RafaelAlso, an Outer Richmond bar is doing an Oyster Orgy every Friday.
  40. In Season
    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.
  41. In Season
    In Season: Brussels-Sprout Salad With Crispy Bacon and Buttermilk DressingFrost is to sprouts as sunshine is to tomatoes.
  42. Flavor Ammo
    Flavor Ammo: New Ways to Use Old BayDespite people’s associations, there’s nothing inherently regional or summery about the spice mix’s makeup, which is why it’s great in just about everything.
  43. In Season
    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.
  44. In Season
    In Season: Yunnan Kitchen’s Raw-Green-Tomato SaladAlthough it might seem slightly perverse during these still peak tomato days to recommend you find some nice hard unripened ones, that is exactly what we’re doing this week.
  45. Recipes
    People Discovers Daniel PattersonA recipe from the Coi chef just popped up in the unlikeliest of places.
  46. Recipes
    Make Giuseppe Tentori’s Rockfish Taco with Powdered ChicharronesGiuseppe Tentori shares his August taco of the month recipe with us.
  47. In Season
    Not Your Average Artichoke RecipeWhy not go a different route than cooking them to near mush and drenching them in butter?
  48. Flavor Ammo
    Flavor Ammo: Is XO Sauce the World’s Most Baller Condiment?Spoiler alert: Yes it is.
  49. In Season
    It’s Poona Kheera Season at the GreenmarketThis chameleon of a cucumber dramatically changes color as it ripens on the vine.
  50. Recipes
    Michael Tusk Explains the Art of Roasting a Suckling Pig, Should You Want to TryIt’s easy as can be… just finding the pig might prove difficult.
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