We feel you- saying goodbye to summer and its beautiful bounty is tough. So sweeten up the last dance and turn your vegetables into dessert.
Pro tips for getting that summer char, even in your NYC apartment.
When summer brings her full bounty, you just don’t mess with it too much. Here is a quickly-cooked fresh tomato pasta that pays proper respect to the most bountiful season.
No summer is complete without grilled summer squash.
If you have not had the pleasure of a roasted Jimmy Nardello, there is still a little bit of summer left.
Velvety, lucious, and delicate, soft scrambled eggs are always a special experience, both to prepare and to eat. Make it a party with the addition of garlic scapes and parmesan cheese.
Craving pasta, but don’t want heavy indulgence? Looking to add more vegetables to your diet? Light on milk and cheese at the moment?
Less pungent than garlic cloves and slightly sweet, garlic scapes are the perfect backbone to any herb sauce or marinade and can be substituted for regular garlic in any recipe.
Tired of chopped salads? Grill it! Romaine, with its long shape, durable outer leaves, and tightly clustered core can take the heat and still be refreshing.
Light and crisp, but also sturdy, lettuce is a perfect cup to hold and wrap an array of delicious ingredients.
If gnocchi wasn’t already your favorite pasta, here are two reasons why it will be from now on: sweet potato + ricotta. Enjoy them with your favorite sauce or simply tossed in brown butter with lemon.
Pretty in pink is a thing. Sweet beets collide with a creamy dip and the beginnings of spring.