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I’m so happy to share three of my all-time favorite spring recipes with a Southwest kick. I hope they bring you and yours a bit of magic around the table as we head into Spring.
This lentil and sausage stew is hearty while also retaining a lightness. It fills you up but doesn’t leave you feeling tired.
Sometime towards the end of the 19th century, Salade Niçoise started popping up on restaurant menus along the blue coast of Nice in southern France.
Instead of standing at the stove flipping pancakes while everyone is at the table eating without me, this is one big pancake that easily serves everyone at the same time.
This citrus and crispy prosciutto salad is easy to make but doesn’t taste like it. When I worked in restaurants, this is the exact kind of salad I would put on a menu.
I think I need to start by confessing a couple of things. When I make this at home it’s usually because I’m in a rush and I just want dinner to be easy.
Growing up in a family where simmering pots of gravy were pretty much the pulsing heart of any gathering, Italian food is a place where my history and nostalgia easily meet.
One of my favorite things about cooking is its ability to ground us — to home, to people around us, to ourselves, to gratitude, to our senses...
This is a recipe that tastes more decadent than it actually is. You could add chicken or white beans for added protein. We also think this soup would be lovely...
I was reminded recently about the many health benefits of beans, so I’ve been trying to incorporate them more into our day to day meals. I’m happy to report I