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  • Corn Oysters

    Corn Oysters

    These fritters, though made entirely of corn, resemble fried oysters—hence their name. They are traditional summer fare, made with fresh-shucked corn straight from the field. When corn is plentiful at the market, get as much as you can and enjoy it every which way.

    • Yield: 24 fritters, 4 to 6 servings
  • Mini Potato Pancakes

    These delights are incredibly delicious on their own. Serve them for breakfast or as a side dish. Just please don’t let the kids add ketchup! Unless, of course, you made it yourself.

    • Yield: 36 potato pancakes
    • Yield: 1 cup
  • Smothered Shrimp and Andouille Over Stone-Ground Grits

    Smothered Shrimp and Andouille Over Stone-Ground Grits

    When the shrimper gets your shrimp for ya, use it all. There’s nothing like it.

    • Yield: 4 entrée servings, 6 appetizer servings
    Tags: Shrimp
  • Provençal-style Stuffed Zucchini

    Provençal-style Stuffed Zucchini

    Any gorgeous variety of zucchini from the market can work in this recipe. And who doesn’t love stuffed zucchini? We bake these until the zucchini is nicely cooked through. If you need the crumbs to brown a little more, fire up the broiler for a minute at the end.

    • Yield: 6 to 8 servings
    Tags: squash
  • Herbed Goat Cheese Buttons

    Herbed Goat Cheese Buttons

    These serve as a wonderful spread for crackers or crusty bread, and they make a nice addition to a cheese plate or simple green salad.

    • Yield: About 13 buttons
    • Yield: One 9- or 10-inch pie shell
    • Yield: About 2 1/2 cups
  • Gremolata

    Gremolata

    Serve this sprinkled over osso buco, braised lamb shanks, or roast beef.

    • Yield: About 1/2 cup, 6 servings
  • Braised Apples, Roasted Acorn Squash, And Fresh Thyme

    Braised Apples, Roasted Acorn Squash, And Fresh Thyme

    Don’t worry about cutting the squash and apples into perfect cubes—just make them uniform in size. Once these babies come together in the end, it will be a tender, buttery, sweet, tart, herby mix—all that nature has to offer.

    • Prep Time: 20 minutes
    • Total Time: 45 minutes
    • Yield: 4 servings
    Tags: Fall Fruit