You get all the intense savoriness of cooked tomato sauce and all the freshness of a ripe farmers' market tomato.
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I thought about a paella but knew I'd deploy too many flavors that could mask the key ingredients. Risotto, then, seemed the way to go.
This is not an aggressively seasoned stew, which is perfect for delicate meat like veal cheeks.
Not a cook? Fine. But you might want to learn how to make a proper mac and cheese or try your hand at baking -- before it's too late and you have to speed to Boston Market to buy a dilapidated apple pie and sub-par side.
While not unheard-of, corn ravioli are uncommon enough that they're always a happy, delicious surprise, especially at this time of year, when they can be made from fresh locally grown corn.
Could I have done all these things with store-bought ricotta and, say, buttermilk? Yep. Would I? Not in the space of two weeks, that's for sure.
The simplicity of this dish is striking. It is just cooked beans on a plate topped with a piece of fish.
An ideal side dish with grilled, roasted or pot-roasted pork. Poultry would work too. Yes, I'm thinking of Thanksgiving.
It's time to celebrate one of fall's less appreciated fruits: the grape.
We're giving this fruit its 15 minutes of fame.
This pizza makes a great movie night snack or easy dinner.
When your principal ingredient is no longer in season, consider simply leaving it out.
These salads are quick, require minimal or no cooking, and are a great way to enjoy all the colorful produce that's in season.
We're fully ready to welcome spring's bounty, and to do so, we will be cooking a feast, a light Greenmarket feast full of recipes highlighting the best of this season's fruits and vegetables.
Kale, the ruffly dark green leafy vegetable, is in season now! It's related to cabbage and has hearty leaves that never form a head like cabbage. The ...
September 23rd marks the autumn equinox this year, and what better way to kick off the season than with fall inspired recipes? Farmers markets are full of the autumn harvest.
Our friends at Food52.com, whose weekly recipe contests we feature on HuffPost Food, bring us this original collection of beautiful end-of-winter sala...
Open Season / ō-pən sē-zən / n. (pl. -s)
1 a specified period of time in the year when it is legal to hunt or kill game or fish protected at othe...
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