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Summer’s Other Melon

Buy it fresh and treat it right, and cantaloupe may become your favorite bite of the season

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Vidalia Onions Are Just Better—Here’s Why

Fried, grilled, or plated raw, Georgia’s famed Vidalia onions are springtime MVPs

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You Should Be Roasting Cabbage Whole

This simple cooking method transforms the staple into a sweet and creamy late-winter star

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Cooking with Galangal

Southeast Asia’s secret to perfect curries, this buried treasure is right at home in Southern kitchens

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An Apple a Day: Meet the Arkansas Black

An heirloom apple that keeps on giving, this black beauty gets sweeter with age

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Turn String Beans to Leather Britches

This Appalachian tradition is the ultimate way to preserve a late-summer green-bean haul

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Why You Should Be Cooking with Poblanos

Get to know the perfect pepper for anyone who doesn’t like the heat

Food & Drink

Plugging Leeks

Onions’ sweeter, more delicate cousins are culinary utility players

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Sheep Thrills

With their unmistakable chompers and full, balanced, flavor, sheepshead are as delightful to catch as they are to eat

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Creasy Greens: A Mountain Secret

Creasy greens, an Appalachian relative of watercress, add peppery heat to winter plates

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Grand Strands: Spaghetti Squash

Top this fall favorite with a hearty sauce to transform it into a pasta-like autumn feast

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The King of Shrimp

Ultrasweet Gulf Coast Royal Reds are worth shelling out for

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Pick Up a Basket of Early Summer Blackberries

Cobble together a tempting dessert with early summer blackberries

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No-Fail Quail

Whether you bag them or buy them, this bird makes a terrific addition to any festive spread

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What’s In Season: Southern Pecans

Come autumn, fresh pecans are at their sweet peak

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Why You Should Be Cooking with Pimento Peppers

One taste of an Ashe County pimento, and you may shun watery bell peppers for good

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Pink-Eyed Peas

Pink-eyed purple-hulls might be the fairest field pea of them all

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What’s in Season: Kohlrabi

From pickles to slaw, kohlrabi makes an unexpected — and extra-crisp — substitute for cabbage

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Three Ways With Green Garlic

Garlic’s milder kid brother is a bright and sweet cold-weather treat

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Southern Black Walnuts

A delicacy straight from the tree, this walnut is everything it’s cracked up to be