Winter is still with us, and I don’t know about you, but I need some color to get me through the rest of this season! It’s been a very cold …
MAKES 32 SERVINGS Company is coming for the holidays and you need something to serve quick! A cheese board is a great idea of course, but it’s nice to …
One the of quintessential flavors of summer is a cool, zesty bowl of gazpacho. I like including melon for a touch of sweetness and extra hydration. This vegan recipe is excellent on its own, but if you want to boost the protein, you can add sautéed shrimp, diced grilled chicken or chopped almonds.
Potato chips are back on the menu! These are lighter than most store-bought varieties because we oven-bake them. Smoked paprika makes them even more flavorful.
Once you’re on the 21-Day Immersion Plan, you can enjoy one of these cocktails.
While I love cocktails, I’m no mixologist and usually go for simple combinations, preferably with bubbly. And if the drink is gorgeous to look at while you sip, like this one, that’s even better.
Rhubarb grew wild in my mother’s garden. Growing up, I remember plucking gigantic stalks and munching them right out of the ground while my mom laughed. Rightly so, I’m sure my face was twisted into a pucker from the vegetable’s significant tang. These days I prefer my rhubarb mixed with some sweetness. This pretty syrup makes a lovely spring spritzer with sparkling water or an elegant cocktail, like the Ruby Sparkler
The sweetness of grape tomatoes becomes even more concentrated when you roast them. This go-to side is excellent with chicken, salmon, and juicy grilled steaks. The tomatoes are also a welcome addition to pasta, grain-based salads, and breakfast sandwiches.
Lamb tends to be polarizing – you either love it or hate it. We love it. I find that because it’s so naturally flavorful, you really don’t need to do much to it. I don’t have a full-size grill right now, and these sliders make me miss it more than I can say, but a grill pan still produces really excellent results.