Crispy chicken cutlets with roasted acorn squash, apples and pine nuts. Perfect for fall with the nutty roasted squash and crisp apples.
Fennel salad with blood orange, thyme and toasted walnuts tossed with a good drizzle of delish olive oil and flakey sea salt.
A classic Italian dessert of fried dough flavored with orange and completely covered in honey, pine nuts and sprinkles.
A simple braised rhubarb with cardamom, pistachios and vanilla. All served over yogurt for a light dessert or simple breakfast.
Grilled trout with a pomegranate and preserved lemon sauce all served over a bed of couscous. It's quick and super flavorful.
A classic galette recipe using fresh summer peaches, but you can use whatever you have available and in season right now like apples, pears, berries...
These canoas have a sweet and savory, ground meat filling with briny olives and raisins, stuffed in a sweet plantain, and topped with cheese.
An apple and cardamom cream cheese tart with vanilla and brown sugar.
A simple recipe for delicious chicken and tagliatelle with pine nuts, golden raisins and rosemary all tossed with pasta. For this particular instance I made some fresh pasta, but you can use some store bought pasta, fresh or dried, and you can even get a rotisserie chicken if you don’t feel like roasting your own.
A nice variation on the classic caprese salad using a selection of stone fruit, tomatoes, mint, oregano, balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
A classic blueberry pie recipe. It's simple, perfect and the peak of summer, even if you make it with some frozen blueberries mid-march.
Strawberries mean summer has arrived, but here's a way to make strawberry scones year-round, with basic supermarket berries.
I’m a big fan of grilling in winter, and a grilled stone fruit salad with curly endive is a nice change from the usual burger or steak.
A simple and refreshing summer salad with cucumbers and white peaches, but you can use any stone fruit you have on hand. Delish!
Just use this recipe as a general framework and sub in you have. Use whatever bread and protein you want. Canned tuna, boiled eggs, giant beans, go wild!
I love this crispy sesame cabbage salad when it's hot out. I make this with some cold leftover chicken, but you can certainly add in some tofu or tempeh.
Poached pears are a notoriously simple dessert to make, no fancy skills to master, just slowly cooking some pears in a sweet rosé bath.
It's the best non-chocolate dessert. Its intense vanilla flavor, slightly crisp exterior and marshmallowy soft inside is the perfect combo.
It’s that time of year when the best citrus varieties are available. And, when the citrus is in season, so is Belgian endive, so why not pair them together!