What's more French than French toast? This light, bright zero-sugar-but-nice-and-sweet strawberry-rhubarb glaze and puree is fantastic with the luxurious souffle-like toast. Less than a buck for a great little breakfast.
Not traditional. But it should be. Gooey mozzarella. Garlicky basil pesto. And very, very thin slices of potato on their way to chips. A simple, satisfying and totally delicious pizza for $2. Not for a slice. For the whole pizza.
We get beautiful rainbow chard in our CSA farm share. A lot of it. Bright green leaves. Stems that are bright red, yellow, orange and magenta. But Kathy sings the blues. This year, soffrito made the chard taste good even to a chard-resister.
A bright, pungent, intensely flavorful sauce that transforms fish into a terrific ceviche. Dresses up any cooked vegetable, chicken or fish dish and transforms it to a refreshing, special meal. Thanks to a subscriber who cooks and writes.n
Easy to eat well. Not as easy to walk up the mountain to this medieval village overlooking the Mediterranean. A serious climb from Sea level to a place pronounced "ezz". You'll burn more good, healthy calories than you swallow on this Walk.
A bright, zippy, light, crunchy and aromatic cabbage salad that's great with hot dogs or any big-flavor main course. Less than 50 cents for a salad that takes care of your daily Vitamin A requirement and 75% of your Vitamin C.
It's time for watermelon. It's time for grilling. It must be time for a grilled watermelon salad. Or two. Looks beautiful. Delicious. Almost nothing to it. Next to no time to prepare. Next to no calories. Hot and juicy.
Tastes more like a mushroom than a mushroom. Feels like foie gras: smooth, rich, luxurious in your mouth. This really goes beyond special food and into the realm of special experience. You'll amaze yourself when you make it. Easily.
Ginger. Mint. Lemon. Smoke. Not lightly fragrant. Not pleasantly aromatic. Powerfully aromatic. This is a chicken that's been transformed. To something that's wildly delicious - before you put the first bite in your mouth.
The best side dish of the Summer. A combination of wildly aromatic herb custard and herbed olive oil bread. Deeply, deeply flavorful. Completely satisfying but very, very light. Elevates any main course it shares a plate with.