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articles by: Eve Fox

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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The Ultimate Comfort Food for Sick Days: Roasted Garlic & Potato Soup

A lot of people believe that garlic has healing properties and can help prevent illness. Perhaps garlic has medicinal properties or perhaps it just works by keeping other people too far away to pass o…

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Maple Sage Cornbread

This is the perfect cornbread - moist with a fine, consistent crumb, crispy edges, just the right amount of smoky sweetness and a hint of sage. I used†a bag of locally grown and locally milled corn…

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Mujadara – Caramelized Onion, Lentil & Rice Stew

This simple lentil, rice and caramelized onion pilaf has many names. You may know it as mujdhara, mujdhra, mujaddara, imjadara, mujadra, or mdardarah. Call it whatever you like, this Syrian classic ha…

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Curried Lentil & Sweet Potato Stew

This delectable stew is a little bit sweet, a little bit spicy, very hearty, and has a lovely, subtle creaminess from the coconut milk. Served over rice with whole milk yogurt and lots of fresh cilant…

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Creamy Butternut Squash Risotto With Fresh Herbs

When the weather dips below freezing, there's no better time to indulge in†warm, hearty comfort foods. Combining roasted butternut squash - roasting enhances the squash's natural sweetness - with crea…

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Make Homemade Vegetable Stock From Kitchen Scraps

Although I love making soup, it's always bothered me that making stock feels so wasteful. As the child of one of the world's thriftiest people (love you, mom!), the idea of tossing a whole bunch of go…

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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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