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Sweet potatoes & shallots to savor in winter: easy to grow and store, these roots pair well when tossed into decadent dishes to warm up cold days. Dec 1, 2016 2315
Fall flavors perfectly paired apples and onions: root and fruit, savory and sweet, onions and apples complement each other in the garden and in delicious autumn dishes. Recipe Oct 1, 2016 2245
Two sisters: corn & beans: a pair grown and enjoyed together for generations, corn and shell beans serve up classic summer flavors that you can savor fresh right in the garden or combine in summertime recipes. Aug 1, 2016 2202
Peas & mint: a perfect pair in your kitchen and garden. Recipe Jun 1, 2016 2128
Parsnips and sorrel: old-world crops for new-world kitchens. Apr 1, 2016 2344
Wintry wonders: grow and cook with Kohlrabi and Rosemary. Feb 1, 2016 2087
Bright bites: growing arugula and turnips for the table: grow crisp turnips and arugula in cool-season gardens and pair their peppery flavors in your kitchen. Dec 1, 2015 2210
Back to basics: grow gorgeous garlic and perfect potatoes for your table: garlic's pungency complements potatoe's congeniality in these comforting recipes from around the world. Oct 1, 2015 2398
Stars of the summer garden: cucumber and peppers take center stage: cucumber's cool crunch and pepper's crisp bite play complementary, crowd-pleasing roles that span early to late summer. Recipe Aug 1, 2015 2271
Beautiful bulbs: growing and cooking fennel and scallions: invite fennel's refreshing anise flavor and scallions' allium zing to your summer table. Jun 1, 2015 2139
Springs sentinels: asparagus and chives: these two perennials arrive in the garden at the same moment, which makes them natural companions on the springtime table. Apr 1, 2015 2080
Winter's glowing root vegetables: brilliant beets and cold-hardy carrots can light up your winter meals. Feb 1, 2015 1914
Steadfast winter companions: growing and cooking leeks and winter squash: these two cold-weather dinner favorites will bring rich flavors to your table. Dec 1, 2014 2185
Good greens: spinach and kale, the cool-weather favorites: grow these stalwart stars of the fall garden, and then try this trio of easy recipes to make them shine at your table, too. Oct 1, 2014 2006
Summer's riches: green beans, tomatoes and basil: these jewels of the peak-season garden pair nicely for simple yet unforgettable meals. Aug 1, 2014 2098
Summer squash: easy to grow, easy to eat. Jun 1, 2014 1839
Best crops and varieties for winter gardening. Oct 1, 2013 2357

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