The yogurt and assertive spice combination give the cauliflower an enormous depth of flavor and a really rich texture. For a complete meal, serve this with white or brown rice, quinoa, or warm flatbread and a platter of sliced cucumbers that you’ve drizzled with lemon juice and sprinkled with salt.
This light dish, perfectly portioned and wonderfully herbaceous, works as a fresh appetizer, starter, or alongside a grilled steak, pork chop, or steak.
Use the freshest, sweetest summer corn you can find and you’ll see how five simple ingredients can add up to a singularly flavorful soup.
Because the zucchini and carrots were picked the night before our visit to the farm, the oh-so-fresh flavor of this savory tart really knocked us out.
On a hot summer day, there’s nothing better for lunch than a chilled soup. This lovely starter, featuring farm-fresh fennel, potatoes, and garlic, was as delicious as it was beautiful.
We’re suckers for gazpacho—any gazpacho. So we love when we find one that’s off the beaten path. Save those tomatoes for a BLT or salad, and give cucumbers and tropical pineapple a chance to shine in a summer soup. Sure, go ahead and cleanse, if you’re diehard—but this is just a delicious and refreshing party starter, if you ask us.