Super creamy. Garlic-scented. Earthier, deeper, darker than spinach. Mellow, not bitter. A luscious vegetable dish with a near zero Glycemic Load and enough Vitamins A, C and K to make this a high-powered natural nutritional supplement.
Maybe the best Way to cook broccoli and every other cool weather vegetable. The Way they do it in Rome. On the border between tender and crisp. Enriched by olive oil, brightened by lemon. Perfumed by garlic, charged by chile. 10 minutes to prepare greatness.
So satisfying and so easy. Truly luscious. Make this soon. The weather's cooling and farmers everywhere are pulling their onions. A few minutes of stirring and you'll have the happiest mouth in town.
30 minutes today gives your tongue months of pleasure. Starting 30 minutes from now. C'mon, a few minutes of slicing and chopping + 10 minutes of stirring = Peach Chutney all Fall and Winter. Bright, sweet, tart, spicy and mellow. All at once.
Easy and exotic. Even when you use a big old regular pot on your stove instead of the traditional terra cotta cooker. It's the spices. They turn a simple stovetop stew into a wildly fragrant cool-weather feast.n
A luscious, impressive vegetable course featuring some of the season's greatest hits. You'll be amazed you made it yourself. Easily. If you love these vegetables, you'll love them even more. If you're a cauliflower and/or broccoli denier, this'll convert you to a lover.
A two-ingredient, savory-sweet, fragrant and almost luscious vegetable-fruit dish that's a perfect flavor combination right now. While the seasonal ingredients are ripe, just-picked, abundant and cheap. Too good and too easy not to try.
Then you saw them, now you don't. I guess they were making their last stand when I was a little kid in the early 1950s. In street-side storefronts. You looked in to see how humans used their hands to make food from basic, raw ingredients. Where'd they go?
Earthy, juicy mushrooms baking into sweet, earthy, pungent, garlicky hummus on a crisp, thin pizza crust. A pizza with three of the best sources of dietary potassium: beans (chickpeas) and seeds (sesame) in the hummus, and mushrooms.
For the first time, I enjoyed succotash. A lot. Used to hate it. But this isn't what I hated. This is sweet, earthy, crisp, mellow, light, fragrant. No mush, no grit. Fresh corn and lima beans, sauced with fresh tomato juice and basil. And a lot of potassium.