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September 22, 2008
“Regular” Tomatoes

Heirloom tomatoes have such a monopoly these days that to traffic in good old Jersey beefsteaks requires a bit of salesmanship.

September 15, 2008
Santa Rosa Plums

Santa Rosa plums proliferate in Northern California, where Abraço chef-partner Elizabeth Quijada grew up.

August 25, 2008
Basil

Basil, the sweet and pungent summer herb, is at its fragrant peak right now.

August 11, 2008
Parsley

Parsley, the perennial garnish, gets to shine in tabbouleh.

July 21, 2008
Fava Beans

If snap peas are the definition of gustatory ease, favas are their polar opposite.

June 16, 2008
Fluke

Plump and firm-fleshed, fluke, or summer flounder, caught off Long Island are at their best right now.

May 19, 2008
Lovage

Think of lovage as celery gone wild, or at least as celery that has completed an assertiveness training program.

May 12, 2008
Green Garlic

Yes, the ramps have arrived at the Greenmarket, but so too has the green garlic.

May 5, 2008
Pheasant Eggs

As far as specialty eggs go, the khaki-colored pheasant variety is vastly underrated.

May 5, 2008
Jared Madere, Artist

"Lately I’ve been working on clothing that I view as sculpture."

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