This is a classic dump-and-cook crock pot recipe.

Quinoa is a fun, flavorful, and gluten-free alternative to traditional brown rice in sushi rolls.

A simple and elegant raw zucchini salad.

I first tasted this wonderfully fresh salad years ago in a Lebanese restaurant and then recreated my own version.

With some honey, our gremolata will go to new heights.

I make this soup, or something quite like it, all year, with frozen corn and fresh.

You know those delicious, over-charred ears of grilled corn you eat at county fairs in the summer? If you are like us and request the ones with the most burned bits, this recipe is for you.

Summer squash is also excellent in this recipe, although the coloring of the final product is not quite as distinctive. If you're one of those ambitious gardeners who plants both types of squash, try using both in this pickle at the same time.

Portobello mousse with grilled mushrooms and toast, drizzled with a balsalmic reduction.


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