The humble turnip is often called the “poor man’s vegetable.” While it may not be glamorous, it’s versatile, stores well and is delicious, especially in this simple and easy to make soup.
This sauce is great with Spiced Lamb Meatballs.Spiced Lamb Meatballs Recipe
Any grade of maple syrup will do, but for full, robust flavor, choose darker, late season maple syrup. This vinaigrette is perfect for salads that feature slices of pears or apples and salty feta or goat cheese.
This skillet meal could be ready in 10 minutes.
This recipe makes a five-pound chicken.
Tzatziki is a classic Greek cucumber sauce that can be used as a dip with fresh vegetables and toasted pita slices but its cool, refreshing taste is best when used to top grilled and roasted meats like lamb burgers and gyros.
One-pot meals are not only wonderful time savers and easy clean up but they allow wonderful ingredients like smoked sausage, apples and cabbage to mingle together for great taste in every bite.
Spelt in its hulled whole grain form is often referred to as spelt berries. Its deep nutty flavor and rustic, firm texture makes it a great side dish that can replace rice at the table, makes an excellent cooked breakfast cereal as well as the base for this fresh, nutritious salad.
This recipe can be prepared as a side dish, or add a little meat and it becomes a main course. Take care not to overcook the greens so that they come off the stove with some texture and color.
If Quark is not available, substitute 1/2 cup softened cream cheese.