Cooking new potatoes directly in heavily salted water leaves them creamy on the inside and crispily salty on the outside. Combine that with a sauce that balances sharp garlic and vinegar against sweet peaches, leavened with aromatic herbs, and I’m in summer heaven.
If you think you don’t like cauliflower, this may well be the recipe that proves you wrong. The cauliflower undergoes a sort of alchemy in the oven, transforming from a sad crunchy mutant into a show-stopper snack or side dish.
Bright, green-flecked spirals of spicy chicken salad are a party show-stopper, but take almost no time to throw together. Better make two trays.
I made this because I got tired of reading overwrought recipes for a dish that, really, couldn’t be simpler. No finicky knives, no ridiculous mashing, just pure unadulterated avocado.
When the summer stone fruits are at their peak, it’s hard to imagine doing anything with them other than eating them over the sink. But if you can possibly hold a couple of nectarines or peaches back, try this salsa. It’s sweet and refreshing, but also has a sharp grassy spice from the Hatch chiles.
Got a late-night pizza craving? This recipe can help you out. It’s not an authentic Neapolitan pizza by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s sauce, cheese, and toppings on a bready base: it’s what you’re wanting.
When summer’s come into full swing, there are only so many sauteed greens you can eat before your head starts spinning. This simple oven frittata, light on the eggs and heavy on the greens, is a perfect shakeup to your greens routine, and you can dress it up for dinner or dress it down for a weekend breakfast (and the slices reheat beautifully for leftovers).
A couple months back, I was talking with a friend about the kind of recipes that blow people’s socks off, but are actually super-easy to make. We both agreed that many […]
Folks, I’m sorry it’s been so long: over a week, which is like seven weeks in blog years. In addition to a long weekend of performances and some recipe testing […]