Become your family & friends’ surrogate Italian grandmother and serve these crunchy, cheesy, garlicy bites of summer goodness!
Garlic Scape Pesto is made from the tender stems of garlic which has a mild and sweet garlic flavor. Use as traditional pesto on pasta or as a marinade.
This is not your grandma’s salad! Chopped Plum Salad is a culinary exploration of complex flavors that form a wonderful harmony of spicy, sweet, and tart.
Need a healthy lunch option that doesn’t skimp on the flavor? Spicy Spring Garden Pitas will give you a nutritional boost to power your afternoon!
Curried Sweet Pea Hummus is a mildly spicy & sweet alternative to mayo that’s bursting with spring flavor, and it’s so easy to make!
Think all strawberry jam canning recipes are the same? In this post I share my secrets on how to take your strawberry jam from ordinary to extraordinary!
Snow Pea and Mizuna Stir Fry is mildly seasoned and crunchy, so that the fresh flavors of late spring shine through.
Grilled Chicken and Strawberry Salsa is fresh like spring and has the sweetness and heat of the coming summer.
Hungarian Mushroom, Leek, and Kale Pilaf still has the creamy and savory goodness of Hungarian soup but it’s a little lighter for warmer days, and it’s brightened-up with fresh spring leeks and kale!
Vanilla Hazelnut Granola with Strawberries is an easy recipe and a healthy breakfast treat best enjoyed during strawberry season!
Greek Chicken Burgers – a lighter recipe that’s popping with garden flavors, smothered in a Feta and Dill Yogurt Sauce, and topped with sweet red peppers.
Brown Sugar Miso Fiddleheads are a sweet, savory, and delectable spring treat.
Spring Lamb Stew is a fresh and earthy stew that fills and nourishes hungry bellies.
Blushing Rutabaga Noodles cuts out the high-calorie pasta and adds a new layer of flavor that pairs wonderfully with a blush sauce.
Honey Walnut Crusted Salmon is a sweet, nutty, and savory entree that’s easy enough for a weeknight, but exciting enough for the weekend.