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Capture the last bit of summer's garden greenery with cold-weather vegetables like spinach, fava beans and leeks. (Amy Thielen / For the Enterprise)

Recipe-phile: Resilient greens add to fall's (epicurean) splendor

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Even though the temperatures in spring and autumn might fall in the same range, my body knows the difference between them; diminishing warmth somehow feels so different from accumulating warmth, don't you think?

The plants in the garden, on the other hand, can't seem to tell if the heat is coming or going.

I'm always amazed by the resiliency of cool-weather plants, the way they shake off the snow and cold as if it's nothing but a bother.

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