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Tim Vidra

Herb Grilled Corn — Lot18

For most of us, eating fresh corn in summer is limited to boiling the cobs then slathering them in butter and salt. There’s nothing wrong with this, but everything needs updating and improving now and again. By taking a handful of herbs from… [Read more...]

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Lobster Rolls —Lot18

You may have thought the lobster roll originated in Maine, but further research shows it came from a restaurant in Milford, Connecticut, called Perry’s around 1929. Well, no sense in hopping in the car to head to Milford, as the restaurant has long since closed…. [Read more...]

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Not every day is a wine day – even we have to admit that sometimes. Since the days of seed-spitting contests are long gone, we bring you the perfect summer-weather drink for grownups. With watermelon in season and basil taking over the… [Read more...]

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Grilled Branzino — Lot18

Branzino, or European sea bass, is a perfect fish to dress up and toss on the grill. Mild in flavor, it holds up to a hot grill, makes for a simple and elegant dinner, and pairs perfectly with a Sauvignon Blanc. The… [Read more...]

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Dijon Scallops — Lot18

Scallops seem to be one of those favorite foods we aren’t afraid to order in a restaurant, but might overlook or pass by at the seafood counter. But there’s no reason at all to shy away from bringing these bivalves home and preparing them… [Read more...]

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