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Spicy Grape Juice Is the Ultimate Cure for Summer’s Heat

Spicy Grape Juice Is the Ultimate Cure for Summer’s Heat

BY ARI LEVAUX Peak thirst-quenching satisfaction lies at the intersection of sweet, sour, and pain Every October I make Concord grape juice, and then seal it away in jars. I hoard these sweet vessels until the following summer, when I mix a chilled beverage called spicy grape juice. I don’t remember my first taste of chocolate, […]

Slow-Cooked Beans and Greens, Andalusian-Style

Slow-Cooked Beans and Greens, Andalusian-Style

BY ARI LEVAUX   Like most of you, I have been sheltering in place for what feels like ever. My house arrest began in mid-March, in Spain, when the prime minister declared a state of emergency. A week later I was home, and began a 14-day self-quarantine, from which I recently emerged into a state on […]

Carrot Pasta, From the Farmer’s Kitchen

Carrot Pasta, From the Farmer’s Kitchen

BY ARI LEVAUX Many of my favorite recipes come from the kitchens of farmer friends. There is a pleasing elegance to farm cookery. It’s a cuisine forged by the circumstances of a land-based lifestyle, yet makes total sense in the home kitchens of anyone who wants to serve healthy, plant-based food, and lots of it. Farm […]