Try some new ways to prepare stars of the summer garden.
The beauty is that the dish is baked, and delivers great taste and a nice crunch from the almond and breadcrumb mixture.
Serves 4 There are many ways to eat kale, including this tasty combination of kale with raisins, toasted sesame seeds and a splash of balsamic vinegar glaze. 2 tablespoons sesame seeds Bunch kale, leaves only, well rinsed and coarsely chopped…
Available in most grocery stores, arugula is best partnered with other greens rather than served alone.
A tomato gratin makes a great side dish, and is a good and delicious way to use up extra summer tomatoes.
If you plant zucchini, you know how it can divide and conquer a garden.
No cloying mayonnaise masks the flavor of this Italian potato salad that is a perfect picnic partner.
Sweet bell peppers—a mix of red, yellow and orange—are combined with a garlic and mint paste for this colorful and refreshing salad.
You have been warned: you will not be able to have just one.
This cool spinach salad with cubes of sweet honeydew and cantaloupe melon is almost like eating dessert!
Spring rhubarb and fresh strawberries team up in this crisp that can be baked and re-heated just before serving with vanilla ice cream, of course!
Make your holiday memorable with these recipes!
Makes 2 focacce
Makes 1¾ pounds dough
Transform simple ingredients into many different, delicious forms of comfort.