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Tuna Pasta Salad with Capers and Chickpeas

Olive Oil Tuna Pasta Salad with Capers, Chickpeas, and Dijon Vinaigrette

Sarah’s tuna pasta salad gives off a Niçoise vibe. Extra time boiling eggs on a hot day isn’t necessary, so Sarah uses chickpeas instead. They contribute a bit more protein for a satisfying entree– and when mixed in with a handful of capers, add to the salad’s Mediterranean flair. Sarah says the perfect pasta salad… Read More »

White Gazpacho with Grapes and Almonds

White Gazpacho Recipe

Someone turned up the heat and we’re steering clear of the stove, oven, and anything else that will keep us from keeping our cool. Luckily, there is a whole delicious realm of refreshments out there destined for battling high temps, and one of the big players is gazpacho. You may now be picturing the zesty… Read More »

Southern Style Cornbread Panzanella

Southern-Style Cornbread Panzanella

Sometimes lettuce just doesn’t cut it. When you’re craving a quick salad but need a little more than what lettuce or simple greens can provide, dig out the ingredients for this hearty cornbread panzanella salad. Panzanella, a Tuscan dish, is traditionally a salad made with leftover bread, fresh tomatoes, and onions, and is often dressed with… Read More »

Blackberry Cupcakes with Rose Cream Cheese Frosting

Blackberry Cupcakes

Mid to late summer is peak berry season and these fresh blackberry cupcakes highlight the best fresh berries have to offer. The secret to these cupcake’s decadence lies in their complexity of flavors: rich blackberries, slightly tart cream cheese frosting and the light floral notes of rose water. The juice of the fresh blackberries also naturally… Read More »

Green Tea Coconut Popsicles

Green Tea Coconut Popsicles - Vegan and Dairy Free

Let’s face it, no one wants to turn on the oven in summer heat, but occasions (such as dinner!) still call for desserts. We love cold desserts just as much as baked goods, and popsicles are the low-tech answer to  DIY frozen treats. (Don’t worry, ice cream, we still love you too.) Leave crystallized neon… Read More »

Almond and Fig Cake

Almond and Fig Cake

Fresh figs are very unlike their dried counterparts or the filling of the Newton cookies of childhood. They are plump, luscious fruits with a unique texture combination from the smooth skin, chewy interior, and crunchy little seeds. The most common fig types, Black Mission and Brown Turkey, are available primarily from the end of June… Read More »

Pimm’s Cup

How to Make a classic Pimm's Cup Cocktail - with three kinds of citrus, this is the perfect summer refresher!

Bored of sipping champagne beneath oversized sun hats at all of those formal tennis matches and regattas you’re obliged to attend? Yeah, us too. With the temperatures rising, you’ll want to shake things up with Jillian and Robert’s sweet Pimm’s Cup instead. Pimm’s No. 1 Cup, a spiced gin-based liqueur, has drifted around England for… Read More »

Arroz Con Leche

Arroz Con Leche Recipe - creamy Mexican rice pudding with cinnamon and raisins

The simplicity of Arroz Con Leche is what makes it so irresistible. It’s the kind of dessert that can be made after a hard (possibly rainy) day, when what already exists in the pantry and refrigerator is as far as you’re going to go for ingredients. Cooking it is as short and sweet as can… Read More »

One Pot Clam Bake

Summer is amazing. We’re all busy soaking up sun, flip-flopping around in shorts and sundresses, catching colorful fireworks displays, and splashing around with our favorite people. All this summer fun works up an appetite, and there’s no better reason to gather around the picnic table than for the traditional flavors of this One Pot Clam… Read More »

Authentic Tzatziki Sauce

How to Make Authentic Greek Tzatziki - great for serving as a dip, as a sauce for grilled meats or fish, or as a spread on sandwiches and wraps

Upon return from a fabulous trip to Greece, Alex and Sonja set out to recreate their most memorable dining experiences. While they were there, they had the good fortune of becoming acquainted with authentic tzatziki sauce. This delicious and creamy yogurt cucumber sauce is one of the better known elements of Greek cuisine, serving as… Read More »

Blackberry and Creamy Goat Cheese Sticky Buns

Blackberry and Creamy Goat Cheese Sticky Buns

A great Sunday brunch with friends or family is crucial to ending the perfect weekend. While it’s easy to roll out of bed around noon and stop by your favorite brunch spot, it’s way more rewarding to get into the kitchen and make something from scratch–and what’s more comforting than warm sticky buns? This recipe… Read More »

Creamy Asparagus Polenta Quiche

Meet Megan’s “brunch pie,” the best quiche you’ll ever find that only requires two eggs—one for the crust, one for the filling. Polenta and egg join forces for a soft yet sturdy crust that’s fluffy and sweet in that oh-so-comforting, warm polenta way. Megan folds the crust into a springform pan for simple slicing and… Read More »