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If You Can't Stand the Heat, You Don't Have to Get Out of the Kitchen: Eating without Heating

This has been a very difficult year—in terms of the weather—in Massachusetts. There were warm days in the winter and very cold days in the spring. It felt risky to put away down coats and quilts and bring out the flip-flops. And even as late as May, it looked like the cold air would never come to an end, which made the thought of cold soups, salads, and tropical fruits uninviting, if not positively unappetizing.   But now, not only have we survived and progressed past an erratic winter, but even the spring has come and gone, without the threat of a snowstorm. I’m guessing that we’re heading for a very hot summer—in which case, there will be days you won’t want to turn your oven on.

DECEMBER NEWSLETTER RECIPES

We love holiday traditions, but if you’re looking for ways to change it up this year, borrow a recipe from Sally’s kitchen. Whether it’s Christmas Tamales, Wild Mushroom and Fennel Soup, or Cranberry Apple Crisp, you’re bound to fall in love with a new dish.