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I love this method of cooking zucchini. It is the one I return to time and again.

I love the way their vibrant red color fades away during cooking too, until the radishes are the palest, most beautiful pink.

A good dip is hard to resist.

Heaped with bright and juicy blood oranges, briny olives, and flecks of sharp red onion, it’s a luxuriously simple interplay of flavors, textures, and colors with very few ingredients.

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Stump the Cook

Frank DeCaro plays Stump the Cook

Radio host and author Frank DeCaro is the stumpmaster. Katie from Washington, D.C., has cabbage, sweet potatoes, pomegranates, membrillo and a big hunk of prosciutto.