Bitterness in a salad is fundamental.
I have one back-pocket recipe that can save any breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Popovers.
A combination of salty, buttery, crispy, carb-y goodness, with the umami hit of the tomatoes.
Bursting with fresh herbs, lemon, and mango, and super easy to throw together, this healthy grain salad would make a great addition to picnics or potlucks.
The best thing about this dish of courgette spaghetti with a fresh tomato sauce is that it is a lower calorie alternative to the traditional pasta dish.
Don’t tell me you’ve never had a salad sandwich!
The jalapeño and red pepper make the pancakes colorful and add just a little spice. Serve with salsa or as a breakfast side dish in place of potatoes.
In most of Italy, these dumplings are called gnocchi verdi (gnocchi with greens) and ricotta or ravioli gnudi (“nude ravioli,” or ravioli filling without pasta).
Ezme is a wonderful Turkish dish made with the ripest of tomatoes, which give it a deep, sweet flavour to contrast with the fiery kick of chillies and the acidity given to the dish by vinegar and pomegranate molasses.
“I think of cooking as a political act. I think we have fallen into this place where we are so dependent on others to do everything for us.” Michael Pollan
“I think of cooking as a political act. I think we have fallen into this place where we are so dependent on others to do everything for us.”