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Grace in the Kitchen

Healthy & Delicious From the Farmers' Market

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Braised Greens with Tomatoes // © James Baigrie

This fast dish combines antioxidant-packed dark, leafy greens and lypocene-rich grape tomatoes. / © James Baigrie

Food & Wine's senior recipe developer, Grace Parisi, is a Test Kitchen superstar. In this series, she shares some of her favorite recipes to make right now.

Sometimes I could eat nothing for dinner but a mess of greens. Unfortunately, my family requires protein and a starch. But on the rare occasion when I'm alone (four weeks each summer when the kids are at camp and eating camp food—which is one step above hospital food—I can indulge in the opposite of indulgence. SEE RECIPE »

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Vegetable Side Dishes
30-Minute Sides

Test Kitchen Tease

The Greenhouse Tavern's Seven Layers of Heaven

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Warning: Test Kitchen Tease snapshots may cause cravings, lip-smacking and an unshakeable desire to cook.

The Greenhouse Tavern's Seven Layers of Heaven

Justin Chapple

If ever there were a perfect centerpiece dessert, The Greenhouse Tavern's Dobos Torte would be it. This lofty tower of tender cake and luscious chocolate buttercream is made even more awesome by a meringue exterior, which is torched like baked Alaska to lend a surprisingly light texture and striking appearance. Also, it could practically feed an army, so it's perfect for large gatherings. This recipe won't be available until December, but in the meantime, Tyler Florence's Towering Coconut Cake is great for the weekend.

Related: More Great Layer Cakes
Fantastic Cake Recipes
Beautiful Desserts

Healthy

Liquid Evolution: From Hippie to Foodie

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Liquid Evolution

Art © Lilli Carré.

Humorist Henry Alford looks at the juice bar’s transformation from hippie to foodie, earthy to glam. Read more >

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Grace in the Kitchen

Super-Quick Turnovers

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Plum Puff Dumplings // © Hallie Burton

This elegant interpretation of fruit danish combines purple plums with sugar and cardamom before baking them into neat puff pastry pockets. / © Hallie Burton

Food & Wine's senior recipe developer, Grace Parisi, is a Test Kitchen superstar. In this series, she shares some of her favorite recipes to make right now.

If you have puff pastry in your freezer and some ripe fruit, there's really no excuse NOT to have dessert. All it takes is 15 minutes to roll out and cut the dough, slice some fruit and tuck it into the pastry. Thirty minutes later, it's baked and bubbling and awesome with some vanilla bean ice cream and a glass of chilled, sparkling moscato. SEE RECIPE »

Related: The Ultimate Summer Fruit Desserts
Fantastic Fruit Desserts
10 Fast Dessert Recipes

Expert Lessons

Juice Like a Pro

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Hamilton Beach

Courtesy of Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc.

Here, F&W’s favorite home juicers and a lesson on building layers of flavor like a pro.

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