Beans Featured Grilling Italian photo Quick Recipes Side dish Summer Summer Squash Vegetarian Zucchini

grilled zucchini ribbons with pesto and white beans

This is a very loose recipe. Sure, I made it with zucchini ribbons, but there’s no reason you cannot use smaller or angled slices. Sure, I grilled it but if you don’t have a grill outside or an indoor grill pan, you could roast or broil it instead. It will taste essentially the same, which is to say, I hope, awesome. You could eat this with grilled bread for a light summer meal. You could…

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Featured Potatoes Recipes Side dish Vegetarian Weeknight Favorite

melting potatoes

I made these with, and most frequently see recipes name for, Yukon Gold potatoes, which on the waxy/easy finish of the potato spectrum, and virtually candy while you roast them. However I’m studying right here that floury/mealy potatoes (similar to Russets) are sometimes referred to as for too. I haven’t examined it with them, so for those who strive them, tell us. I think about they’d absorbed the broth much more luxuriously. I used all…

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Bread Brunch Featured Side dish Spring

Spring Picnic Bread

Picnic season is finally upon us and we have been kicking it off with two new favorite things. The first one is a bike and the other is a bread. We have been dreaming of a Danish cargo bike for years and years, and last month we finally splurged on this one. It’s the perfect vehicle for us because we can fit all three kids in it with seatbelts and all. It’s ideal to bring home heavy grocery bags with. And it’s environmentally…

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Bad Jokes and Good Spreads

After having spent 30 minutes listening to my soon eight-year-old daughter telling a joke, I can tell you with 100% certainty that she’s got a talent for comedy. Someone apparently told her this joke in school and she tried explaining it to me repeatedly without ever reaching the pun. It was the funniest thing I’ve heard in years. Especially because she refused to give up and just kept at it. Something about blood dripping in a dark room and an old woman peeling tomatoes (although…

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