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The Hungry Locavore Blog Archive

11/19/2014   

Seafood Rice
Rice dishes from around the world can be both simple and flavorful. Here’s how to make your own, using what you have on hand.

11/12/2014   

Terrine de Haricots Verts
Kick off your holiday feasting with this classy vegetarian hors d’oeuvre.

11/05/2014   

One-Skillet Dinner with White Cod and Fresh Vegetables
This colorful and delicious Mediterranean meal can be cooked up quickly for urban farmers short on time.

10/29/2014   

Apple-Cinnamon Swirls
The flavors of fall are tucked inside these breakfast rolls. Serve them up with coffee or hot cider as a Sunday brunch treat.

10/22/2014   

Pumpkin Granola
Scoop this tasty autumn breakfast mix into mason jars as a homemade gift for friends and family.

10/15/2014   

Egg Custard
Customize this simply sweet treat to suit the flavor and texture you desire and the ingredients you have on hand.

10/08/2014   

Spicy Beet Salad
Showcase the beauty of fall’s beets with this salad that adds a spicy zing to this root vegetable’s earthiness.

10/01/2014   

Raspberry Biscuits Supreme
Mix fresh fruit into your biscuits or scones for a snack or breakfast that doesn’t need jam.

09/24/2014   

2 Recipes for Tomato Pie
Transform a simple tomato pie in to a light meal suited for any occasion.

09/17/2014   

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

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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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