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Add Sour Cherry Flavor to Your Gin and Tonic

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PBS


Sour cherries balance tart and sweet in this classic highball cocktail. Continue


Have You Ever Tried Edible Flowers?

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PBS Food
PBS


Every part of the daylily flower is edible, and you can deep fry them into a fritter recipe. They taste like a cross between asparagus and green peas. Continue


Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream in a Bag

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PBS Parents
PBS


Not only is this recipe easy, no freezer or ice cream maker is needed! Continue


Easy No-Knead Artisan Bread

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Kitchen Explorers
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With this simple recipe, even non-bakers can produce a loaf of bread worthy of an upscale bakery. It has a crunchy golden crust with a soft, warm texture inside. No-kneading needed! Continue


Homemade Rhubarb Hard Candy

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Discover how to turn your favorite farmers market finds into a sweet treat. Kelly visits Quin Candy in Portland for a lesson in homemade hard candy. These rhubarb lollipops are simple, elegant and made entirely with ingredients you can pronounce! Continue


Mix Up Your Marinade With Grilled Lemongrass Beef

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PBS


Garlic, lemongrass and ginger give this meat marinade its fresh herbal flavor. Continue


How to Make Kimchi

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Kitchen Explorers
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Learn how to make Korea's most treasured national dish. Continue


Salt of the Earth

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Salt is one of man's oldest, most-used and most important ingredients. But do you have any idea where your salt comes from? See how Jacobsen Salt is producing American's finest finishing salts along the seashores of Oregon. How important is it for you to cook with good salt? And does it matter if it is Made in the USA? Continue


Bake Strawberry Sorbet Brownie Sandwiches

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PBS


Puree fresh strawberries into a sorbet for a decadent and vibrant brownie sandwiches. Peak strawberry season typically runs from April to June. Continue


Try Garlic Edamame for an Irresistible Snack

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PBS


This garlicky variation on classic Japanese edamame will leave you licking your fingers. Continue


Daylily Fritters

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Kitchen Vignettes
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Have you ever tried edible flowers? These daylily fritters are not only a great campfire snack, they taste like a cross between asparagus and green peas and are a perfect first flower to eat. Continue


Delight Brunch Guests With Cherry Tomato Clafoutis

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PBS Food
PBS


Transform a dessert into a savory quiche-like soufflé that can be prepared quickly. The preparation only takes a few minutes, and the clafoutis can be on the table in under an hour. Continue


Simple Blueberry Crisp

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PBS Parents
PBS


This delicious summer dessert takes five minutes to assemble. Top with vanilla ice cream! Continue


Celebrate Summer With Corn and Chorizo Hash

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PBS


Spicy sausage, corn and potatoes create a savory dish versatile enough to enjoy anytime. Continue


Kouign-Amann

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ChefSteps
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Kouign-amann (pronounced QUEEN-ah-mahn) are made of laminated dough—croissant dough—that's about 50% butter and 50% yeasted dough. They're generously dusted with sugar and salt right before baking, so they develop a thick, caramelized crust that's at once savory and sweet, but, at least with our recipe, mostly savory. Traditionally, kouign-amann are formed in the shape of a large cake, but individ Continue


Series Preview

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Food Forward
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Food Forward showcases innovators and pioneers -- food rebels -- transforming the way we grow and eat our food. We meet farmers, chefs, teachers, scientists, fishermen and ranchers in more than 50 cities and towns across the country who are all providing new solutions to help combat America's growing food challenges. Continue


Indulge in Strawberries and Cream Popsicles

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PBS


One of the great flavor combinations - strawberries and cream make a frozen treat. Continue


Which Cookbooks Should You Buy This Month?

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PBS


When you are shopping this month, consider one of these cookbooks from the PBS Food bookshelf including books on wine. Continue


Home Clambake

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We included some traditional clambake ingredients, as well as some Pacific Northwest favorites (like Dungeness crab instead of lobster), but you can use any ingredients that will fit inside a Dutch oven. Mimic the smoky beach fire with toasted wood chips, and use rehydrated kombu for a dose of brine. Pile rocks in the center to store heat in the middle of the pot so the food will cook evenly. Continue


Easy Lemon Tart

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Kitchen Explorers
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When life hands you lemons (and even when it doesn't), make this easy lemon tart! Continue


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