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The Hungry Locavore Blog Archive


Poached Plums in Campari
Spice up your fall fruits by pairing them with herbs and liqueurs.


Shakshuka: Eggs Poached in Tomato Sauce
Drawing on a Tunisian tradition, this simple-to-make comfort food recipe can be adjusted ato incorporate what’s in your garden.


Peperonata: Mixed Pepper Salad
Your garden’s sweet and hot peppers team up in this simple yet showstopping summer side dish.


Mixed Berry Custard
Whether you pick berries yourself or buy them from the farmers' market, this custard recipe is the perfect way to savor their juicy flavor.


Kasha and Zucchini Salad
Resurrect this ancient grain with a simple salad that makes use of your garden abundance.


Summer Squash and Corn Pancakes
Grate up your zucchini bumper in these deliciously light dinner pancakes.


Dolmas: Stuffed Grape Leaves
Add your favorite herbs to season these Mediterranean appetizers with a personal touch.


French-Style New-Potato Salad
Make use of the garden’s first harvest in this potato salad filling enough to be a meal.


Fresh Berry Pie
Make the most of summer’s fruit with this easy-to-make pie recipe.


Walnut Red Pepper Spread
Got an influx of peppers? This easy-to-make dip can also accompany a tasty summer sandwich.


About the Blogger

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Judith Hausman
As a long-time freelance food writer, Judith Hausman has written about every aspect of food, but local producers and artisanal traditions remain closest to her heart. Eating close to home takes this seasonal eater through a journey of delights and dilemmas, one tiny deck garden, farmers’ market discovery and easy-as-pie recipe at a time. She writes from a still-bucolic but ever-more-suburban town in the New York City 'burbs.

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