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Mint is a perfect complement to lamb. Add a clove of minced garlic to the lamb mixture for even more kick.
The key to this recipe is actually rubbing the dressing into the kale by hand to create a tender texture. You can use a peeler to shave thin strips off of a block of romano cheese. Kale, yeah!
This rich, simple comfort dish is so easy that the only way to mess it up is to change or complicate it. San Marzano canned tomatoes are readily available in Bloomington, so make no substitutions unless it’s to swap in fresh, garden tomatoes. Based on Italian foodie and cookbook author Marcella Hazan’s classic sauce recipe, this might inspire you to ditch pasta sauce from a jar forever. We’re never going back!
This delicious baked pumpkin is easy to prepare and makes an impressive holiday dish. Use one of our Long Island Cheese Pumpkins or a small pie pumpkin for best results.
Personalize this dish with your favorite salsa and adjust the amount of chili powder to your liking. Any shredded chicken will work here, from a poached or grilled chicken breast to some leftover rotisserie.
Use the tomatoes and garlic in your basket to whip up this simple dinner. The fresh, lemony dressing tames the spicy arugula and a generous splash of white wine complements the tomatoes perfectly. Don’t skip pounding the chicken thin breasts thin before cooking; it’s crucial for a tender texture and quick cook time!
Sneak some veggies into their diets with this yummy spiced bread.
The only fresh ingredients you need are parsley and cilantro from your CSA basket; everything else in this dish is a pantry staple.
Chickpea flatbread (“socca” in French and “torta di ceci” in Italian) is a popular Mediterranean street food snack. Serve it with dollops of savory Harissa yogurt sauce and a kale salad for a hearty vegetarian meal.
This aromatic, Middle Eastern-inspired dish incorporates two unique spice blends: Barahat and Merguez. You can buy both pre-mixed or blend your own at home.
This is has been one of our favorite pantry dinners during quarantine. Tart dried cherries and creamy, savory Marcona almonds (check the Murray’s cheese area at Kroger or order them online) are the perfect complements to this dish, but you can substitute any dried fruits or nuts you find in your pantry.