I really like zucchini — such a versatile vegetable! It’s great solo, in stews, stir-fried, whatever! But this recipe uses a technique I’d never tried before, roasting. And it was lovely, like a zucchini custard inside, with lightly crisp edges on the outside.
You’ll need 4 zucchini, olive oil, kosher salt, and Continue reading
Brussels sprouts are great, especially in cooler months (and this spring certainly has been cool here in the mid-Atlantic!). This recipe, modified from one in Cook’s, softens the bitter taste that Brussels sprouts can have with a nice, slightly caramelized flavor. Plus, it’s very easy to make!
You’ll need 2 pounds of fresh Continue reading
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Last night I made — well, put the finishing touches on — homemade gazpacho. This is a two-day recipe or, at the very least, one that takes a full day because you’ll want to combine all the ingredients and then let them sit before puréeing them in a food processor. But it’s worth the wait!
This recipe came from a cooking class that a friend and I attended at our local Mon Continue reading