Recipe: Watercress Soup

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Watercress is one of my favorite vegetables of all timesThis soup is a cross between Caldo Verde (Portuguese green soup named after the intense color of the couve galegaand Sopa de Agriões (Portuguese watercress soup). You can add Portuguese chouriço or Spanish chorizo to spicy it up.

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Recipe: Steamed Halibut with Pickled Chili Peppers

This recipe works with any type of fresh oily fish with a fatty texture, such as sea bass, black cod, and halibut.

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Recipe: Nettle Walnut Pesto

Last weekend I found stinging nettles in my neighbourhood market for the first time this year. To me that is the sign of spring. I bought a bag and made my favorite nettle pesto. It is super easy to make and completely vegan.

Here is how I do it.

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Recipe: French Almond Pear Tart

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This delicious tart takes a little bit of planning, First you poach the pears, which is a no-brainer. Then you make the shell, add the toppings and bake it again, et voilà – a beautifully golden colored, nicely caramelized tart!

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Recipe: Blackberry Liqueur

This is a guest post by my friend and fellow blogger Jenny Lombard, an amazing potter and certified aromatherapist, born and raised in Alaska. Jenny lives in Bremerton, WA with her husband and two cats. In August, Jenny went blackberry picking and made liqueur out of the fruit of her labor. Below is her story.

Remembering Summer with Homemade Blackberry Liqueur

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