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Gluten Free Coconut Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf

Gluten Free Coconut Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf

Lemon and poppy seeds seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly; it’s a classic combination. Davida does us one better and adds multiple variations of coconut into the mix (coconut sugar, coconut milk, coconut oil, flaked coconut), allowing the coconut flavor to shine through without being overpowering. Gluten-free baking can be intimidating, but… Read More »

Roasted Garlic Caprese Flatbread

Roasted Garlic Caprese Flatbread

The mention of sweet and caramelly roasted garlic always grabs our attention. A full head of it is roasted in the oven so that it permeates every nook and cranny when spread over the bread. Paired with flavors inspired by the traditional Caprese salad made of tomatoes, mozzarella, and fresh basil leaves, the flatbread is… Read More »

Wheat Berry, Rye, and Kale Salad

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If you need a salad that’s not a “salad,” something that sets off musical notes when the fork hits your taste buds, something that plays with the harmonies of flavor, we’ve got you covered. This salad starts with wheat and rye berries, the kernels that get ground up to become wheat flour and rye flour…. Read More »

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry Recipe

Go meatless one night this week and sub in soybean-based tempeh for a protein source that may surprise you. Although tofu (which is also made from soybeans) is an excellent meat alternative, tempeh provides a bit more substance for a heartier dinner. The fermented bean cake is dense and chewy, with a slight nutty flavor,… Read More »

Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Chicken Lettuce Wraps

These family-friendly lettuce wraps are not only ready in under 30 minutes, but they also require fewer than a dozen ingredients. Cubed cucumber and chopped green onion add crunch while simple mint and cilantro complement the garlic, red onion, and ground chicken combination. It wouldn’t be a wrap without the lettuce, so selective eaters get… Read More »

Fava Bean Timbale

Fava Bean Timbale

Fava beans have a short season, meaning these “peas of the giants” could be gone for the year before you know it. But just because they’re here and gone lickety split, doesn’t mean favas are a flash-in-the-pan fad food. In this salad, Anya lets fava beans shine, pairing them with fresh sweet corn and dressing… Read More »

Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread

You know a breakfast bread has made it big when it earns its own national holiday. In honor of National Zucchini Bread Day, we wanted to celebrate the only way we know how– by adding extra chocolate. Eliza’s chocolate zucchini bread recipe combines the healthy aspect of shredded squash with cocoa, a dusting of espresso powder,… Read More »

Barramundi Fish Marsala with Mushrooms

Barramundi Fish Marsala with Mushrooms

You’ve heard of chicken marsala. You’ve heard of veal marsala. Maybe you’ve even heard of pork marsala. But fish marsala? Thanks to Dara, this idea is now a reality. By using a firm-fleshed, meaty white fish like barramundi, she ensures that the fish can stand up to the flavors of the sauce. Fillets of barramundi… Read More »

Barramundi with Fruit Salsa

Barramundi with Fruit Salsa

Sunny days, warm sand between our toes, and rolling waves crashing against the shore. Unless you live on the beach, you’re probably not enjoying the luxury of this kind environment every day. But, that doesn’t mean that you can’t eat like you are. Whether you’re eager for spring or prepping for swimsuit season…or just looking… Read More »

Moroccan Fish Skewers with Barramundi

Moroccan Fish Skewers with Barramundi

It’s time to fire up the grill for a taste of Northern Africa in your own kitchen. Instead of using traditional chicken or lamb on these kabobs, Emily threads chunks of spice-coated barramundi onto skewers with vegetables then grills them until charred on the outside yet falling apart and tender. Barramundi is meaty enough to… Read More »

Broiled Barramundi with Puttanesca Sauce

Broiled Barramundi with Puttanesca Sauce

Puttanesca has become one of the iconic sauces to come out of Italy, partly for its fervent combination of salty and spicy flavors, and partly because it can be made nearly entirely using just pantry ingredients, making it an ideal weeknight sauce. Most often tossed with pasta, Lindsey uses it here as a sauce for… Read More »

Sunflower Seed Tabbouleh with Radishes

Sunflower Tabbouleh Recipe

Spring has sprung, which means it’s time to say sayonara to heavy soups and stews, and make room for fresher, lighter delights such as this playful take on Middle Eastern tabbouleh. Andrew’s wholesome dish pops with color, flavor, and texture, beginning with a creative tweak on the parsley component (a key flavor agent in any… Read More »

Shakshuka

Shakshuka Recipe

Tunisian in origin and a staple today in many cuisines throughout the Middle East, “shakshuka” translates roughly to mean “a mixture,” a fitting name indeed for a dish that serves as the harmonious meeting point of several subtly different tastes and textures. Because it appears on the breakfast (and dinner) tables of so many cultures… Read More »