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Herbs brighten flavors with springy freshness: Parsley, dill, chives, cilantro, mint, basil, oregano and even the lesser known fenugreek, to name a few. They permeate dishes with a characteristically fresh bite and hold close ties to ethnic foods, including Thai, Italian, Indian and Mexican.

January is citrus month, and what better place to enjoy it than in the coldest state in the continental United States? It might seem like an oxymoron, but Plymouth is fully prepared to serve up the freshest seasonal fruits with a plethora of menu items featuring your favorites: lemon and lime.

Dessert makes a welcome finish to a meal any time of year, but during the colder months, cravings for sugary carbs are unstoppable. And what would the holidays be without a little extra food indulgence?

There’s little more soul-warming than comfort food on a cold day—an indulgent repast fills the tummy and satisfies the spirit. In Plymouth, you don’t have to go far to find delicious comfort foods.

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An assortment of berries such as these can be found at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market and in countless other delicious recipes around town.

In June, we swoon—for so many reasons, though any self-respecting foodie will tell you that it’s all about the berries. The season kicks off with strawberries and just gets better from there: a bounty of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and more.

The days of summer are soothing and sweet, but woefully, as in the winter season, many of us still spend a lot of time inside, whether that be working, driving, at appointments or running errands.

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