Being the bread lover I am, panzanella (Italian bread salad) is one of my all-time favorites. This is a spring version with peas, fava beans, arugula, herbs, and fresh goat cheese.
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Gear up for grilling season with this simple appetizer of charred asparagus with mint gremolata and burrata cheese.
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Gaby Dalkin of the blog, What’s Gaby Cooking, and author of the just-published, Absolutely Avocados, shares her recipe for Tostones with Chunky Avocado.
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A recipe for cumin and carrot farro risotto that’s as delicious on its own as it is served with your favorite roast.
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This is one of those fall salads that I keep come back to time and again for anything from entertaining to eating alone.
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A sweet-spicy whole grain recipe that’s a fun twist on classic fall sides and a natural fit at the Thanksgiving table.
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A recipe for classic polenta with sauteed mushrooms, peppers, and onions and fried eggs that’s just as satisfying for breakfast as for dinner.
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Lesley Tellez of The Mija Chornicles shares her simple, easy recipe for a vegetarian stuffed nopales recipe with black beans and roasted red peppers.
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This month’s TasteMaker, Jennifer Tyler Lee, shared her kid-approved seasonal side dish of Broiled Asparagus with Ginger-Soy Glaze.
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Thanksgiving wouldn’t be the same without the token Green Bean, Mushroom, and Crispy Onion casserole, but one look and you can tell it isn’t good for you. This recipe is a makeover of that Thanksgiving classic made with sauteed fresh mushrooms, Greek yogurt, and roasted onions instead of condensed soup and canned fried onions. The result is a dish that’s way better for you yet is such a dead-ringer for the real deal, guests won’t know what they’re missing.
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