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Recipe by executive chef Daniel Chong-Jimenez of The Spa at Norwich Inn.
Marvelous just as it is, but could also be made with a half cup of strawberries added to the ...
A recipe which has been handed down for several generations, this pie can be made with fresh or...
Not your usual spinach salad, but a winning combination of strawberries and spinach tossed with a...
Rhubarb, gently cooked in a sugar syrup, is chilled and then served cold with generous dollops of...
A simple concoction, but for the gods.
Make this for an impressive grand finale. –Mountain View Inn, Norfolk, Connecticut
Terrific combination of textures – strawberries in whipped cream with buttery pecan crumbs top and...
Although it’s hard to improve upon the flavor of fresh strawberries, here’s an old-fashioned recipe...
“This pie will not keep well, I’m sure, but I never had an opportunity to find out, as there has...
Tip: Sprinkle a few drops of water on a well-greased hot griddle. If the water sputters, the...
Serve in small cups to begin a summer meal, or present as a light dessert following a large meal.
Heavenly. The hardest part of this simple soup is waiting to eat it. Allow at least 3 to 4 hours...
This special blend of flavors works as well in soup as it does in pie. For more rhubarb dishes, see...
In 1996, Dorothy Dillon entered 100 dishes at the fair, hoping to win enough prize money to buy her...
Rich and delicious, this hearty breakfast will sustain you on a cold fall morning when your list of...
A great way to greet the morning, this freshly fruit compote can be varied to whatever is in season...
Refreshingly spring-like!
A dish to be served with ham.
To make these pops without the liqueur, simply add an extra 2 tablespoons sugar.
Recipe courtesy of Canyon Ranch.
Pairing the warm, sweet taste of nectarines with salty prosciutto makes a wonderful first course....
This Watermelon Basket With Honey-Lime Dressing recipe is one of our favorites from The Old Farmer'...
If you can’t find wild berries for this recipe, substitute fresh local berries.

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