Sriracha sauce, olive oil, and a handful of fresh herbs make a great drizzle for roasted vegetables.
The chewy-soft-saltiness of the preserved lemons are amazing against the slight bitterness of the greens.
The standard thing to say in almost every recipe that features corn is that fresh corn kernels are preferable, but that during non-corn-season moments frozen or canned is fine. That’s true here, and I love me my frozen corn, but boy, is this good with fresh barely cooked sweet corn in the summer. The dressing …
Ramps would be the perfect stand in for both the parsley and the garlic in this classic Argentinean sauce.
A simple ramp pasta to make the most out of the ultra seasonal ingredient.
You may never have heard of ramps. This is completely okay. They are wild scallions, not able to be cultivated. If you have heard of ramps you have probably heard of the eternal springtime debate about whether they are worth all the fuss. I think they are. You may choose to disagree. This is also …
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A perfect combination and then some!”—REE DRUMMOND, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks