A zucchini crust is too good to pass up, especially as used in this breakfast pizza. Unlike a cauliflower crust, zucchini crust is firmer and doesn’t break up as easily, so you get a more dough-like consistency.
This is one of Faith’s favorite go-to soup-as-a-meal recipes. She prefers red lentils, simply because she finds them beautiful, but you could use brown lentils if that’s what you have or what you like. As a last step, she uses an immersion blender to thicken the soup, but you don’t have to if you like the texture of the plump cooked lentils as they are.
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.
In western Sicily, couscous is often served as an appetizer. Here, a bounty of local seafood—swordfish, shrimp, calamari, and mussels—is piled on top for a hearty main course. The cooking liquid, a fragrant tomato-seafood broth, is rich and flavorful, so be sure to serve the seafood and couscous doused with plenty of it—the couscous will […]
We kept saying we don’t need a spiralizer, the little hand-held device you twist to turn a variety of vegetables into faux pasta noodles. We said that until we tried an inexpensive spiralizer from Oxo and in two minutes made long thin curly strands of zucchini. Looked like pasta. With the sauce, tasted like pasta […]