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Quick Zucchini Pickles

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Quick Zucchini Pickles

Save your cucumbers for Israeli salad and turn your end-of-summer zucchini bounty into your winter pickle collection. While the classic dill pickle is always a favorite, you can pickle almost any vegetable or fruit with a simple brine. Once you master the basics, go ahead and try out different vinegars, spices and herbs. There are

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Vanilla Peach Preserves

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Vanilla Peach Preserves

It’s not a perfect summer unless you’ve had more than one shirt ruined by a fresh, juicy peach. While peaches may be making their way out of the markets, you can still enjoy their sweet flavor all year long by turning them into jam. With the magic of the slow cooker you can chop up

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Pickled Peaches

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Pickled Peaches

Get a head start on your holiday parties and make something that will add a burst of flavor to any spread. These pickled peaches are a great way to savor summer’s fresh fruit all year long. Serve them either sweet or savory—add to a cheeseboard, serve with roasted meats or veggies or enjoy with a

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Vegan Carrot Lox

Recipe by Nava Atlas

Vegan Carrot Lox

Many contemporary recipes for vegan lox involve a lot of steps, and in some cases, many days, to accomplish. This simplified version doesn’t even require a knife, let alone a mandoline slicer. It starts with wavy-cut carrots, which are the perfect size, shape and thickness to serve as a lox substitute. Smoky seasoning is the

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Watermelon Rind Kimchi

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Watermelon Rind Kimchi

Watermelon is a summer staple, but you find yourself with lots of scraps after eating the juicy inside. Instead of throwing away your rinds, turn them into kimchi! While traditionally made with cabbage, the white part of the rind makes a delicious fruity side dish that has a hint of sweetness and big burst of

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