This recipe is pure alchemy—cake-like on top and pudding-like on the bottom. What’s not to like?
This true one-pan meal comes together in minutes, making it perfect for a busy weeknight dinner.
In this zingy salad, basil is used by the handful, not the leaf, like a salad green. Fresh herb blossoms make a beautiful garnish. Try chive, sage, thyme, or arugula blossoms, or use edible flowers if available.
This fresh, simple frittata is abundantly laced with herbs and makes a fast, lovely lunch. And try different variations to find flavor combinations you like: chopped asparagus, baby arugula leaves, thinly sliced wild mushrooms, or Kalamata olives with feta cheese are some options.
Never go hungry with these portable, protein-rich wraps. Makes 12 pieces These easy-to-make savory treats provide plenty of snack-time protein to keep you going before or after a workout. Or serve with a small green salad dressed with olive oil and lemon for a perfect mid-day meal.
Dandelion greens have long been used as a potent liver tonic. This riff on a traditional wilted spinach salad uses a warm dressing to soften the aggressive flavor of the dandelion greens. Add more spinach if you prefer a milder flavor.