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articles by: Eve Fox

17 Tomato Recipes You Will Love

Whether you're struggling to keep up with your garden's mad rush to the finish or just looking for new ways to enjoy the beautiful, late summer tomatoes at the farmers' market, a little inspiration is…

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Quinoa-Stuffed Sweet Peppers with Corn, Spinach, Feta & Herbs

Although stuffed peppers may sound like hearty wintertime comfort food, summertime - when sweet peppers are fresh and flavorful - is a perfect time to make this light, healthy version. This re…

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Rustic Roasted Tomatoes With Garlic & Herbs

The tomato harvest is in full swing at my house and we've been picking some big, beautiful juicy red tomatoes and tons of little, yellow-orange sungold cherry tomatoes, too. We've mostly been dehydrat…

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Cucumber Seaweed Salad with Sesame Dressing

This delightful salad comes to you via my mom-in-law, Annette, who's traveled extensively and is a gifted cook, among other things. While living in Tokyo years ago, she learned to make wakame kyuri su…

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Grilled Coconut Kale

The idea of marinating kale in coconut milk spiked with lime juice and spices for hours and grilling it may sound a little unusual. But there's nothing strange about the pile of slightly charred green…

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Why Poison Ivy is Getting Worse — And How to Avoid It

New research indicates that climate change is causing poison ivy to grow larger and more toxic to humans. A 2006 study found that increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere caused poison ivy plants to…

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Grilled Corn with Sriracha-Lime-Honey Mayo

This is a delightful riff on elote, the traditional Mexican street corn that is grilled in the husk, then the husk is peeled back to serve as a handle of sorts, and the corn is slathered in a creamy, …

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Quick & Cooling Asian-Inspired Cucumber Salad

Our cucumber plants are producing a nearly overwhelming number of cukes. Our pantry shelves are already lined with enough bread & butter pickles and sweet relish to last until next summer. There's…

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Should You Pee On Your Compost?

Are you peeing on your compost pile?  If not, you may want to start. Human urine is rich in the nitrogen that plants need to thrive. The commercial chemical fertilizers widely used to add nitrogen …

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Salty Sweet Roasted Cabbage – Vegan & Delicious

I made up this new way of preparing cabbage two weeks ago and can't get enough of it. Roasting brings out the cabbage's natural sweetness and the mellow flavor is enhanced by the fruity richness of th…

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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 farmers’ 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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