Along with April’s springtime showers comes the anticipation of freshly dug baby carrots, tender shoots of asparagus, young spring leeks, and sweet English peas at the farmers’ market. It’s time to celebrate the season with a dish that goes together easily for a weeknight supper and is festive enough for a dinner with friends.
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This quick bread recipe, excerpted from Carla Bartolucci’s cookbook, Einkorn: Recipes for Nature’s Original Wheat, has antipasto flavors tucked inside—olives, salami, ham, and specialty cheeses—and can be served any time of the day. See Faith’s review of Einkorn to learn more about Carla and this ancient grain.
Carla Bartolucci, author of Einkorn: Recipes for Nature’s Original Wheat, calls this New York–Style Pizza to distinguish it from Italy’s Neapolitan pizza. See Faith’s review of Einkorn to learn more about Carla and this ancient grain.
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