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September 26, 2005
Heirloom Tomatoes

Two of summer's sweetest pleasures arrive as it's ending: an ocean warm enough to swim in, and exquisitely ripe heirloom tomatoes.

September 19, 2005
Long Beans

Crunchy and mild, the vegetable's perfectly suited to stir-frying, and a few go a long way.

September 12, 2005
Eggplant

Eggplant, like its fellow nightshades tomatoes and peppers, comes in a psychedelic array of shapes and colors, all in late-summer profusion now at the Greenmarket.

September 5, 2005
Corn

Like tomatoes and zucchini, sweet corn—available now in great, bulging, three-for-a-dollar heaps at your local farmer’s market—is a summer necessity.

August 22, 2005
Okra

There is the slime factor, yes, but you've got to admit those fuzzy little green pods are pretty cute.

July 24, 2005
Nasturtiums

Not just a pretty face, nasturtiums make for eminent nose-to-tail eating.

July 18, 2005
Breakfast Radishes

For anyone who thinks radishes only come red and round, a trip to a farmer’s market is a root-vegetable revelation.

June 20, 2005
Spinach

When it comes to leafy greens, spinach has always lacked broccoli rabe’s sex appeal.

June 13, 2005
Soft-Shell Crabs

Not a separate species, as some landlubbers think, soft-shell crabs, a.k.a. peelers, are blue crabs that have shed their hard shells.

June 6, 2005
Bluefish

If ever a so-called “animated chopping machine” needed some good PR, it would be the bluefish.

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