You may use crimini, shitake, oyster mushrooms or a combination of all three.
Quick-pickled cabbage joins forces with whole grains and beans. A tahini dressing gives the dish a Middle Eastern flavor.
Bread crumbs give this crunchy one-skillet dish, which has roots in southern Italy, plenty of body.
Dried fruit, nuts, and a homemade dressing make this salad sure to please. The salad comes together quickly and you can make the vinaigrette the day before.
Pickled cucumbers and red onions are delicious as a stand-alone side dish or can be added to any tossed salad.
You may want to make extra to keep for salads that you eat throughout the week. Make sure to use real maple syrup.
Using a mix of different root vegetables gives this simple side dish a complexity. Feel free to incorporate your favorites.
Curry Coconut Squash Soup is a great place to use roasted squash, but you can certainly substitute canned squash or pumpkin if you’re in a hurry and need a flavorful soup fast.
The balance of ingredients showcases the vegetal sweetness of in-season squash without overwhelming it with baking spices.
Summer fresh tomatoes are incredibly delicious. Chop and mixed with minced garlic, fresh oregano and balsamic vinegar, and piled onto crisp toast, fresh tomatoes become a sophisticated bruschetta, a perfect prelude to dinner on a sultry summers’ night.