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Cherries

Tart Cherry Clafoutis
 
Clafoutis typically is made with sweet cherries, but the tart cherries available in markets of the upper Midwest can also be used in this comfy little dessert. This recipe calls for a little more sugar to compensate for the tartness. Serve warm straight from the oven with a dollop of whipped cream flavored with orange zest. This dish works well and looks sexy in a 9-inch cast-iron skillet, but any heavy ovenproof pan roughly 9 inches in diameter will do.
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Chili Peppers

Roast Peppers in Cream
 
This is a traditional Mexican dish. It is typically made with poblano chilies, which are fairly mild, but can be made with any roasted chili. The cream tames the heat and makes this a welcome side dish or main course at any meal.
 
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Corn

Brown Butter Corn With Basil
 
This is a great way to reclaim leftover corn. The butter and basil bring it back to life.
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Apples

Apple
Any apple will work in this salad. Try mixing varieties for added interest.
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Arugula

Wilted Arugula Saute
Use this dish as a model for simple wilted green and pasta dishes. Nearly any lettuce or green can be substituted for the arugula and feel free to play around with different types of cheese, nuts, and other garnish ingredients.
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