I loved these Braised Green Beans with Garlic, Tomatoes, Olives, and Capers!
Warm Maitake Mushroom Pasta
Gold rush squash tart with ricotta and mozzarella filling. A great way to utilize those summer veggies!
Sweet and spicy cauliflower tart: sweet taste from cherry peppers, zing from capers and warmth from chilli flakes.
Zucchini Crudo. A fantastic alternative to salad.
Roasted root vegetables, fabulous served with a mustard vinaigrette
How to Grill Corn on the Cob: Fire-Roasted Corn in Miso Butter
Delicious marinated tomatoes, a great no cook recipe for summer!
Perfection in every bite... Mushroom Penne Pasta!
Steak-Swap Cobb Salad
Israeli cous cous and wheat berry salad with zucchini and cauliflower
This delicious dish uses summer sweet corn, banana peppers, pine nuts and herbs and cooks in less than ten minutes.
Grilled Corn on the Cob. The best way to eat it!
Feta mixed with celery, mint and watermelon.
This non-traditional Greek Salad features grilled zucchini, tomatoes, Kalamata olives, and Feta.
Stir-fried corn and red pepper with ginger and garlic.
quinoa tabbouleh + the minimalist guide to cooking with herbs [5ingredients | 10 minutes]
Hungarian lecsó (recipe in Czech)
Thai Cashew Salad
Mexican rice - a fool-proof recipe
lentils with brussels sprouts & proscuitto - a beginners guide to the art of seasoning with sweet and sour [5 ingredients | 10 minutes]
A Mexican inspired quinoa salad and why you should never let go of your dreams.
Zucchini with golden raisins, pine nuts and lemon.
Martha Stewart's Baked Onion Rings
This salad with marinated zucchini, olives, artichokes, red pepper, and red onion is a good way to use up zucchini!
Ratatouille; a perfect use for the midsummer garden bounty.
Basil pesto, fresh tomatoes and tangy feta cheese combine to make a delicious pasta salad.
Fresh green beans and tomatoes pair up for a wonderful garden supper.
Grilled onions made extra sweet with balsamic vinegar and brown sugar.
Vegetable Tian, typical dish from Provence, France
A healthy and delicious alternative to potato chips: beets!