Peaches, tomatoes, and green beans are generally available in-season at the same time. Take advantage to make this easy seasonal dish its best.
Peaches and banana are wonderful together. Milk powder adds additional protein and creaminess. Vanilla finishes off the flavor balance for a sweet and satisfying treat.
This dish is for people who appreciate a complex, savory flavor palate. Green tea and cacao are balanced with onions and anise to play off the subtle flavors of the Brussels sprouts themselves.
Watermelon by itself is refreshing and cool in the middle of the summer. Watermelon in a simple salad with a little balsamic vinegar, onion, and mint is one of those dishes that’s more than the sum of its parts. Give it a try.
Fresh, young zucchini is a little bit sweet and needs little dressing to adorn your plate. Lemon and rosemary provide a delicate and aromatic adornment to this easy stir-fry.
Jicama? In a smoothie? Oh, yes. The lightly sweet, faintly tart vegetable makes a stellar partner to the tropical flavors of pineapple and orange.
Dal is wonderful comfort food. Spiced lentils can be eaten alone or over rice, and they taste even better the next day. This dal has a little pizzazz in the form of mango.
White beans make a smooth, neutral base for any kind of seasoning you might care to add to your dip. Sesame seeds and herbs make this earthy and fresh. If you enjoy a little heat, garlic or crushed red pepper would play nicely here.