After a trip to Spain this summer, we were inspired to make a gazpacho as delicious as we had in Spain. We hit a home run!
If you are looking for a fun spin on corn on the cob, this is it. A little spicy, a little tangy and easy to eat.
I came across this recipe years ago when I was an avid Real Simple reader. The idea behind the original recipe was that you could create one quiche with 4 different ingredients (for the varying tastes of each family member). But this recipe is so good, we end up making one whole quiche for the different tastes of each family member! It has become not only a staple in my household, but every time I make it for guests, the response is always off the charts. And it is SO EASY. Pair it with a nice mixed green salad for an easy weeknight dinner or serve it for brunch. Enjoy!
Beautiful AND delicious side dish for just about anything.
This is a super easy dish – great as a main or as a side, any combination of spring vegetables would work – and any pasta too. I just happen to be in love with The Pasta Shop’s ravioli (available at Bi-Rite and Bryan’s and I’m sure elsewhere). Would also be nice with fresh ricotta mixed in at end instead of parmesan.
I discovered these on a trip to LA at a restaurant called Tar and Roses. These are delicious and easy to make. You eat them like edamame.
These grilled vegetables are so simple to make. They compliment any meal or could just be eaten alone. We suggest making extra to have all week. Put them in your salads!