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The Hungry Locavore Blog Archive


Winter Squash Stuffed with Lamb
Use up the last of your stored winter squash with this recipe that brings flavor a heat to an old standby.


Candied Orange Peels
This bitter-sweet treat reminds us that the citrus fruits of winter are something to be savored—every last bit of them!


Eggs-on-Eggs Open-Faced Sandwiches
Celebrate the toast trend with these simple yet sophisticated smorgasbord-style sandwiches.


Roasted Parsnip and Carrot Soup with Crabmeat
Give your root vegetables upscale flair by garnishing this simple puréed soup with crabmeat salad.


Winter Salad with Squash, Radish and Greens
Perk up your plate with a beautiful array of winter vegetables, combined together in a salad perfect for brightening up a dull winter day.


Orange Salsa
Embrace the cheery fruits of winter by making a citrus salsa that packs in the flavor and provides a surge of vitamin C.


Rosemary Spiced Nuts
For a healthful snack or cocktail hour appetizer, mix up a sweet and salty nuts flavored with dried rosemary from your garden.


Black-Eyed Pea Soup
The spicy, hearty soup will get you through the dark days of winter feeling strong and nourished.


Squash Leek Gratin
This simple side dish elevates your root-cellar-kept winter squash to new gastronomic levels.


Apple-Oatmeal Cookies
Even with a plethora of fancy cookies filling holiday tins, sometimes a simple oatmeal cookie with seasonal flair satisfies a sweet tooth.


About the Blogger

Judith Hausman Blogger

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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