Dinner + Entrees
The retro broccoli grape salad was popular for a reason — it’s amazing, especially my Mom’s, which was the hit of every summer party. An unlikely combo of broccoli, grapes, almonds, and bacon in a creamy dressing seriously works.
A fun fusion of the Italian and Mexican favorites: black beans and vegetables in a savory enchilada sauce, spooned into XXL pasta shells. Stuffed pasta shells are da bomb!
An herby, slightly spicy sauce, fresh as spring, marinates plump shrimp as they cook, hands off, in the oven. Serve over sauteed zoodles for a healthy meal.
Hearty Italian flavors highlight this comforting chicken parmesan soup, with lots of grated Parmigiano Reggiano and melty fresh mozzarella cheese. Super easy, too – 30 minutes from stove to table.
The classic American comfort food gets a super fun preparation: baked into a sliceable pie stuffed with cheese and sweetly savory caramelized onions. Everyone will love spaghetti pie!
Winter is the right time to start a batch of preserved lemons. Meyer lemons are in season and inexpensive, and the mysteriously lovely and non-puckery-lemony result goes with so many dishes, year-round. Add your favorite herbs and spices for a personalized flavor.
No need to buy expensive bottles of peanut sauce that always work their way to the back of the fridge. Homemade is best! Lots of peanutty flavors going on in these Thai-inspired peanut soba noodles. The perfect food in a bowl.
Summer vegetables and fresh herbs shine in this easy vegetarian dish.