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by Sarah Steimer

Marinated tofu with peanuts and charred bean sprouts

This dish came together so easily and had fantastic textures between the tofu, bean sprouts and peanuts. Definitely do not skip the addition of a lime wedge, that little blast of tart citrus juice really elevates the dish and cuts some of the saltiness of the lime and peanuts.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Red and black beans with rice

My new grocery store in Rhode Island has an impressive selection of ethnic foods. In the Mexican section, there are cans of beans for days. I was stocking up on black beans when I spotted frijoles rojos pequeños, or small red beans, so I grabbed a can. I didn’t have a plan for it, but I knew it would come in handy when I needed to come up with a quick dinner. And it did!

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by Sarah Steimer

Pickled golden raisins over goat cheese

These are such great party bites! Who would think to pickle raisins? You, that’s who. And everyone will totally be down with that.

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by Caitlin Saniga

I'm going to be honest: I did a lot of this recipe by taste, and I encourage you to do the same.

I’m going to be honest: I did a lot of this recipe by taste, and I encourage you to do the same.

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by Sarah Steimer

naparadish

Do try to find watermelon radishes if you can! The bright splash of pink looks gorgeous in this green and gold slaw.

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by Sarah Steimer

Farrotto with scallions and bacon

This was an ideal dish for our wacky weather lately. The farro and bacon are the comfort food we (still!) need while the temperatures continue to dip, while the bright pops of scallion give us a literal taste of the spring season I hope we see soon.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Smoky sweet corn chowder

One reason it pays to get along with your neighbors: trading dinners. I was out burying the corn husks from this recipe in my compost pile when my neighbor Ted called to me from his porch. “Stay right there!” he shouted. When he met me on the lawn, he was holding a covered glass bowl of barbecue pork. So when the chowder was done a half-hour later, I cleaned his bowl, filled it with a couple of servings and knocked on his door. Corn chowder and barbecue pork — now that’s a combination. His words, not mine.

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