Elana Amsterdam works hard to make her Paleo dishes clean, yet as tasty as recipes with non-paleo ingredients. In this dish she mixes together almond butter, toasted sesame oil, plum vinegar, honey and kelp noodles. You can buy these ingredients at your local health food market if your supermarket doesn’t carry them.
Even people who aren’t interested in vegetables like them when they’re done Michele Scicolone’s way—tossing them in an olive oil, garlic and herb mixture before grilling. What I love about this easy recipe is that you taste the vegetables, yet the dressing enhances all the flavors. Let’s face it, you can’t go wrong starting with […]
Local asparagus is still at farmers’ markets, and that’s where we were inspired to play a little with a simple, tasty dish. In a booth at the Greenport Farmers’ Market on the North Fork of Long Island, there was Noah Schwartz, chef and owner of Noah’s Restaurant in Greenport, cooking small plates to support farm-fresh products. […]
Putting a mouth-watering combination of things on top of bread, drizzled with olive oil and grilled golden brown, is as easy as it is delicious. On each of our grilled “rafts” we give you two or three ingredients that are terrific together as apps, or you can put out a platter of several types as […]
This was one of my favorite breakfasts as a kid (though now, as an adult, it also goes pretty well with a glass of wine). My mom, Carmen, who is from Seville Spain, would toast a nice thick slab of country bread, then rub a clove of garlic onto the toast. Next she would pour […]
Let’s start by saying you don’t have to make the streamlined pizza dough we describe here; you can buy pizza dough, guilt-free, at your local pizza shop, bakery, or at the supermarket. But if you want to make the dough yourself, Suzie Middleton has a very good recipe meant for weeknight grilling. The best part […]