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Zucchini Fritters with Corn and Hatch Chiles

How do you feel about zucchini? If you’re a gardener, you probably love them because they are so easy to grow, and they make you feel like you really know what you’re doing out there. If you have a spiralizer, you probably love them too, because they make totally awesome veggie noodles AKA “zoodles”. Other than that though, I always feel like most people throw them in some ratatouille, or grill up a few slices, and decide they really don’t love zucchini. Continue Reading..

Pickled Hatch Chiles & Sweet Onions

Every late summer, I see recipes that call for Hatch Chiles pop up on Pinterest, and in food magazines. I’ve scoured the stores in the Boston area for these chiles but have never been able to find them. I guess that’s because they ship them all to Arizona! Now everywhere I look, I see piles and bags of Hatch chiles. They’re grown in Hatch Valley, New Mexico (AKA the chile capital of the world), and they have a very short harvest season – late July through August, which explains why they’re prevalent in the southwest, but not so much in New England. Continue Reading..

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