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Bigeye Tuna & Pickled Corn Salad

Bigeye Tuna & Pickled Corn Salad

Serves 4

For the pickled corn salad:

2 cups corn kernels (from about 4 ears corn) ½ cup white wine vinegar 1 tablespoon granulated sugar 1 teaspoon kosher salt, plus more as needed 1 teaspoon ground turmeric ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil Juice of 2 limes 1 red
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Five-Minute Pickled Peppers

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I’m not a huge fan of really hot peppers (unless you’re talking Cowboy Candy), but I do love pickled banana peppers. Do you? I love the little extra zing and crunch that they bring to a submarine sandwich or a salad or cheese plate. So I planted a few banana peppers in my
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March Madness and Signs of Spring

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It’s gray and rainy again this morning—not much of a day for gardening. Maybe I’m getting a little soft, but I’d rather stay inside the cottage and make something delicious to slow-roast in the oven. It is the first of March, and everyone is tired of winter. People get itchy at this time of
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Season of Change

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It is a Sunday like any other, but change is in the wind. It’s in the trees and grass and soil. I smell it. I feel it, the sun hot on the back of my neck, my throat a little dry. I don’t care what the groundhog said, spring is just around the
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Easy Microwave Lemon Curd

A No-Fail Easy Method to Make Perfect Lemon Curd

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I know, I know—I just wrote a post about lemon curd tarts, which happen to be one of my favorite desserts. Lemon curd is delicious on toast with tea, as favored by the Brits. It’s a great cake filling. I think it would be fun to hide a dollop of lemon curd inside a
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A Taste of Spring in January at Just Fruits and Exotics

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I was not the only being that enjoyed a January visit and a taste of spring at my favorite nursery, Just Fruits & Exotics, today. There were a few other humans and a lot of bees. The plant geeks were loading up on fruit and nut trees. The bees were loading up on nectar.
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Preparing for Christmas

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The presents have been bought and wrapped. Most of them. I hope FedEx pulls through. The meal is planned. Most of it. We haven’t hung the ornaments on the tree. We wish the girls were here already, in their Christmas pajamas. Right now.

I ask my husband, “Are you sure we have a
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My Cheatin' Tart--Bodacious Lemon Curd Delights

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If you’ve been visiting my blog, you know I love to cook with produce from my garden.  There is something so satisfying about cooking with fruits and vegetables that you’ve had a hand in growing. This year, we were thrilled to harvest our first true crop of Meyer lemons. And what a crop
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