I often think of cauliflower as a winter vegetable, but since it’s available year-round, cold crunchy pickles feel more appropriate for warmer weather.
The Caprese salad is well known. But what do you do when tomatoes aren’t the best or you want an alternative? Think “(Not a) Caprese 2.0,” with zucchini and mint!
A simple recipe with three main ingredients, this “Potato, Tomato and Celery Side Dish” is in heavy rotation in my kitchen
Valentine’s Day is coming up. I’d much rather share an artichoke with a loved one than a box of drugstore chocolates! And this time, with salsa verde.
Depending on where you live, winter is the time of root vegetables and squash. Baking them with nutty farro is a hardy and heartwarming way to enjoy them.
What do you do with celery leaves and those spring green innards? Make a fall salad!
The autumnal equinox may have already passed, but there is still great summer produce to be had.
Risotto is one of those dishes that seems intimidating to make and maybe even confusing to eat. Is it an entrée? Is it a side dish? I mean, it’s rice… So why do you only order it at restaurants?
They look so normal, but pickled cherry, grape, or pear tomatoes are like little surprise flavor explosions in your mouth.
You know summer is here when tomatoes taste like tomatoes. And what better way to showcase them than in a savory tomato tart?