Who knew a recipe could get us all excited with just a word? Shakshuka is awfully fun to say, but even more fun when you realize how delicious it is. An easy way to make dinner out of a few Read on!
This simple, but flavor-packed recipe for stir fried greens pairs exceptionally well with bitter greens. Varieties such as Mizuna, Bok Choy, Broccoli Raab, Mustard Greens or Napa Cabbage are just a few that cook up quickly to sweet, crisp and Read on!
Adapted from Vegetable Literacy, Deborah Madison Makes approximately 12 fritters Serves 3-4; Time: 45 minutes Ingredients: 1 lb beets 1 bunch winter greens, such as beet, spinach, kale, collard greens 1 lemon ½ cup olive oil Salt and pepper to Read on!
Ingredients: 2 strips smoky bacon, chopped (for vegetarian option, use 1 Tbs. white miso + 1 Tbs. tomato paste) Olive oil, as needed 1 onion, thinly sliced 6 cloves garlic, smashed and peeled Small pinch pepper flakes 10 cups of Read on!
Ingredients: 1/2 c grapefruit juice 1 Tbs grated ginger 2 Tbs toasted sesame oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 tsp chile flakes 1 pound large shrimp, shelled and deveined 1 Tbs neutral-flavored oil 5 c Asian greens (mizuna, tatsoi, bok Read on!
Everyone needs a few – those save-your-bacon, last-minute, pull-dinner-out-your-back-pocket recipes. A few years ago, we found ourselves out by the grill, thinking deep thoughts and cooking up a fat, juicy lamb steak. It was a good night made even better Read on!
Grilled Carrots and Green Garlic with Coriander Simplicity is often underestimated as a culinary technique, which is surprising when we step back to look at some of our most memorable meals. Of course, a savory soufflé or slow-roasted porchetta delights and awes Read on!
Without a Recipe: Green Beans A timeless classic, green beans are a welcome addition to your repertoire as the season warms up. When they’re fresh and tender, they need no more than a quick blanch in boiling water and a Read on!
Without a Recipe: Asian Greens Asian greens run the gamut from hearty bok choi to leafy Chinese broccoli (gai lan). Most are mildly spicy and take as well to the wok as to the grill. Click here for a handy Read on!