by Amy Chaplin
Martha's Circle

Tag Archive 'zucchini'

Farmer’s market salad = dinner

In this sultry summery heat, I crave salad for dinner. Although it needs to be refreshing, a leafy affair or an all-raw dish does not satisfy, the salad has to be substantial without being heavy. Keeping this in mind, I wanted to put to use the produce that’s in season here right now—sugar snap peas, […]

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Late spring sauté

I got a little carried away at the market the other morning. My plan was to nip up to Union Square (Farmer’s Market) quickly and gather a short list of ingredients to take upstate for the weekend. As soon as I arrived, I was instantly and delightfully overwhelmed by the beautiful array of newly arrived […]

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Ratatouille

  It is the perfect time of year to make Ratatouille, most of the market tomatoes need to be cooked, there are abundant red peppers, eggplants of all shapes and sizes and buttery zucchini everywhere, plus all the fresh herbs you need to simmer this beautiful mix of veggies into a fragrant, rich and succulent […]

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                                I have been very busy this past week putting together a 3 minute video for a competition to win a cooking show on the Oprah Winfrey Network. It came together quickly thanks to all the dedicated help I got […]

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