These spicy quick pickles soak up flavor in just a few hours, or you can make them a day or a two in advance and store in the refrigerator until serving.
It’s well worth juicing three lemons for three separate dressings to build this amazing salad. Soaking the red onion in cold water takes the heat and spice out and makes them a crunchy, kid-friendly treat.
The only fresh ingredients you need are parsley and cilantro from your CSA basket; everything else in this dish is a pantry staple.
You know those amazing green beans from Chinese restaurants? Skip the carry-out and make them yourself! They’re easy, fast, and kids love them!
This fresh, summer dish takes less than an hour to put on the table. The creamy, tangy lemon poppy seed dressing is balanced by the sweetness of the honey. (We used local honey from Humble Bumble!)
It’s pork – it’s beef – it’s beef AND pork in the best homemade BBQ sauce you’ll ever have! Blow minds at your next summer dinner with this slow-cooked favorite.
Red or black raspberries are both delicious in this sweet and savory sauce. If you’re working with only a half pint of berries, just cut the sauce recipe in half.
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.
Farro or Bulgur both work wonderfully in this recipe, or you can substitute Quinoa to make it gluten-free. If you don’t have hot honey on hand, you can add a dash of cayenne pepper to the sauce as it simmers and use regular honey when you remove the pan from heat.
This delicious broth can stand up to any veggies you’d like to include. We love using baby bok choy or Li Ren choy for the cuteness factor! If you’re using “real” rice wine with no added sugar, you need to add a little bit to balance out the flavors. If you’re using grocery story Mirin with sweetner already added, you can leave the extra sugar out of the broth.
If you can’t find decent mangos or are feeling more traditional, this recipe works perfectly with tomatoes as well!
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.