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Garden Guide Recipe Contest Winners

Enjoy these delicious recipes—all winners in The Old Farmer's Almanac All-Seasons Garden Guide Recipe Contest. 

Berry Recipe Contest

This year, enter the Garden Guide Recipe Contest by sending us your favorite recipe using fresh berries!

Enter the Berrry Recipe Contest online here.

Would like to find out more about our All-Seasons Garden Guide? Look inside here.

Garden Guide Recipe Contest Winners

Try cooking up one of these easy and delicious recipes, all kitchen-tested and tasted by the editors of The Old Farmer's Almanac.

The Zucchini Recipe Contest

During garden season, we often have more zucchini that we know what to do with! (How many ways can you make zucchini bread?) Even if it's not zucchini season, this vegetable is a staple in the grocery store. Here are some creative ways to eat zucchini:

First Prize: Zucchini Mock Crab Cakes
by Peter Scallantino, Dallastown, Pennsylvania

Second Prize: Apple Zucchini Slaw
by Barbara Dentoni, Felton, California

Third Prize: Lemon Zucchini Orzo Summer Soup
by Jessica Kleinbaum, Plant City, Florida

Honorable Mention: Hasty-Tasty Stuffed Zucchini
by Tyrrell Hunter, Brunswick, Maine

The Tomato Recipe Contest

Though tomatoes are almost always in the grocery store, there's nothing like a vine-fresh tomato off the plant. Here are some recipes using America's favorite crop:

Triple Tomato Tortellini Toss

Fire Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup

Tomato Spice Quick Bread


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