Issue 15, 2002

ISSUE 15: MARCH-MAY 02

Cover:

Wyandottes (Robert Sweeney)

Contents:

On the spiritual in food. by Marianne Comfort & Judith Hausman

Kitchen garden: Lovage. by Leslie Coons

Destinations: The Irish of Pearl River. by Peter Rose

special section: Enchanted places.

Locally grown: A good knife. by Keith Stewart

Tastemaker: John Crabtree of Crabtree's Kittle House. a Valley Table interview

Living unplugged: Washing day. by Jeff Walker

Deja vu: The salt riots. by Adam Schenkman

Letters

Good stuff

CSAs in the Hudson Valley

Marketplace

Recipes:

Tomato lentil soup (Brother Victor-Antonie d'Avila Latourette)

Leek tart (Brother Victor-Antonie d'Avila Latourette)

Cholent (Sabbath stew) (Rabbitzin Mindy Jeremias)

Cauliflower kugel (Rabbitzin Mindy Jeremias)

Buttermilk scones (Mirabai)

Easy potatoes (Eileen Bergen)

Colcannon (Patricia Dwyer)

The perfect St. Patrick's Day soda bread (Patricia Dwyer)

Warm beet carpaccio salad with warm Montrachet goat cheese and horseradish vinaigrette (Greg Gilbert / Crabtree's Kittle House)

Grilled quail with black bread and foie gras stuffing, spaghetti vegetables and lingonberry vinaigrette (Greg Gilbert / Crabtree's Kittle House)

Alsatian cheesecake (Anibal Romero / Crabtree's Kittle House)

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