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articles by: Eve Fox

Lemon-Scented Pasta with Swiss Chard

Tomorrow's Meatless Monday and I've got a good one for ya! I first concocted this heavenly pasta dish five summers ago after we had visited family in Vermont. The scenery was uniquely beautiful - I am…

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Crunchy, Colorful ‘Confetti’ Coleslaw for BBQ Season

Cabbage is an underappreciated veggie, in my opinion. It's super nutritious, affordable, local to pretty much everywhere, and, most importantly, delicious. Although I love roasting and braising it, I …

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A New Twist on Cabbage – Indian-Spiced & Stir-Fried

Mellow, sweet cabbage and caramelized onions meld with the warm, exotic flavors of cumin, fennel and garam masala and get a little jolt of excitement from lemon juice and cayenne pepper in this dish. …

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Warm Kale Salad with Tahini Ginger Dressing & Avocado

Tahini, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, sambal oelek, honey and rice vinegar make for a magical combination of salty, sweet and spicy that makes me hungry even if I've just eaten. Paired with war…

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Gingery Miso Peanut Sauce Makes Everything Taste GOOD

I like to make a big batch of this nutty, sweet, gingery sauce to use in lots of ways throughout the week - as the dressing for a rice bowl, as a sauce for baked tofu, as a dip for carrot and cucumber…

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Addictive Citrus-Massaged Raw Kale Salad

This citrus-massaged kale salad is SO GOOD! I even love the way it smells. Have you ever leaned over the cutting board and given some freshly-cut kale a good sniff? It's got a really unique smell -…

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The Bitter Herb: How To Prepare Fresh Horseradish for Passover

Passover starts this coming Friday†at sundown. Which means that it's high time to think about the seder plate. Although you can also use dandelion greens, endive, or romaine lettuce, horseradish is pr…

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This Creamy, Herb-Spiked Sauce Is Good So Many Ways

Indian-inspired raita is†a deliciously, refreshing combination of yogurt, herbs, cucumber and either garlic or onion. Its creamy, herb-spiked coolness offers a welcome respite from spicy foods and add…

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A Vegan Feast That’s Packed with Protein & Flavor – Homemade Falafel

Falafel is such good stuff - tasty, filling, packed with protein and downright good for you - that I decided to try making my own using dried chickpeas. It's one of those things that sounds hard but i…

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Potato Leek Soup – Comfort Incarnate

I'm posting this lovely soup as an homage to my aunt Maggie, who recently passed away after a long battle with cancer. She loved potatoes and she loved this soup, made with the spuds she grew in her h…

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about Eve Fox

Eve is the creator of The Garden of Eating, a blog about food--cooking it, eating it, and growing it. She has a legendary love of aprons and can often be found salivating over the fruits and veggies at one of the many farmersí markets near her home in Woodstock, NY. Want even more recipes, photos, giveaways, and food-related inspiration? "Like" the Garden of Eating on Facebook, or follow Eve on Twitter or Pinterest.

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