The beloved traditional caesar dressing uses eggs to create its creamy texture, but we like to switch it up with a lighter version here to pair with the texture of chicories. If you’re not into anchovies, you can omit them - the dressing is still delicious without them! You can also mix in some of the grated cheese to the dressing before tossing the salad.
This is a take on the traditional French remoulade with a modern update – how could we resist! We shredded in golden beets and apple along with the celeriac and used thick greek yogurt in place of the traditional mayonnaise....Continue reading
Ingredients 1 ½ cups Bluebird whole grain einkorn berries (3 cups cooked) Pinch of red pepper flakes Salt Black pepper Garlic clove Bay leaf Fresh thyme, optional 3 cups brussels sprouts, trimmed and thinly sliced 2 cups torn radicchio or...Continue reading
Be generous with a high-quality olive oil in this recipe.Continue reading
Juicy, sweet nectarines shine in this modern caprese salad. Grilling your nectarines brings a bitter touch of burnt sugar which contrasts nicely with the sweetness of the fruit and the zip of the shallots and vinaigrette. If your fruit is overripe, we don’t recommend grilling. If your fruit is under ripe, grilling will actually improve the flavor and soften the flesh. You can substitute nectarines for peaches, plums, or apricots -- just about any stone fruit works here!Continue reading