Anyone can make yogurt without the use or need for special equipment. A fermented milk product, it’s not only healthy and full of live active cultures for intestinal health, but it’s economical…and delicious! Be sure to reserve 1/3 cup of this batch as a starter for your next batch. (More good news: starters can be frozen up to 3 months and thawed when needed.)
Don’t expect an overly spicy kick in this pretty little dip. Pink peppercorns are actually dried berries, not pepper, with a delightful floral taste. Serve with blanched chilled asparagus spears, cherry tomatoes or an assortment of crudities.
Low in fat but tops in flavor, this lightly sweet dressing is a snap to make and is best with fresh, sturdy greens like romaine as well as fruit salads that feature apples, pears or grapes.