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Play Niki Jabbour's Carrot Salad

Watch as acclaimed gardener and author Niki Jabbour harvests carrots and parsley from her snowy garden in the middle of winter, then prepares a deliciously fresh grated carrot salad.

Play Daniel Mays’ Roasted Root Vegetable Medley

No-till farmer Daniel Mays shows how he prepares a Roasted Root Vegetable Medley, a delicious fall comfort dish that's easy to make and nutritious. He also discusses his farming practices and what goes into growing great vegetables.

Play Ratatouille

Maryline’s ratatouille is a proud celebration of late Summer bounty, showcasing homegrown zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, and fresh herbs.

Play Pesto Babka

Wild-harvested ramp pesto gives this babka a delicious flavor, reminiscent of garlic bread but any type of pesto can be substituted if you don't have ramps.

Music: "Lose That Light" by Folly & the Hunter. Published by Red Brick Music Publishing. Courtesy of Outside Music.

Play Polenta, Greens and Eggs

Jesica Clark is a farmer and willow basket maker in New York's Hudson Valley. On her farm, she grows most of the food that sustains her and her husband year-round. Here she shares an easy, comforting recipe from her farm: Polenta with Sautéed Greens and Eggs.

Play Soup Joumou

Acclaimed author, farmer and educator Leah Penniman shares how to make Soup Joumou, also known as the Haitian Independence Soup. It is a hearty pumpkin soup traditionally served on January 1 to commemorate the day of Haiti’s liberation from France in 1804. The soup was once a delicacy reserved for white enslavers but forbidden to the enslaved people who cooked it.

Play Apple Pie

Apple pie is a great way to appreciate the incredible variety and diversity of this glorious fruit. This apple pie recipe is courtesy of John Bunker, "The Apple Whisperer."

Play Succotash

Succotash makes a simple, nourishing, and delicious meal that triumphantly proves you can grow all the ingredients to make dinner right in your own garden.

Play Asparagus Vinaigrette

This simple, easy to make, and oh so flavorful recipe puts the brilliance of asparagus front and center.

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