When the farmer’s market is bursting with fresh and fascinating vegetables, fill your bag up with any veg that strikes your fancy and sub them in for the summer squash and asparagus in this recipe. This flexible dish is a delicious way to try new veggies.
If you can’t find a chuck roast, keep an eye out for anything that is fairly low in fat, with an even distribution throughout the meat of what fat is there. Tip: If you’d like to make a lower fat gravy, skip the gravy step and try this instead: Heat low-sodium beef broth to a simmer. […]
Whiskey makes everything better! Okay, not everything, but it sure works here with the thyme, garlic, rosemary, and mushrooms for a nice meaty sauce.
Sweet roasted corn is the star of this meal, bringing a touch of smoky flavor to the salad and a touch of sweetness to the vinaigrette. The flavors of oregano and cilantro are quite powerful–if those aren’t your favorite herbs, switching in classic basil would provide another equally scrumptious option.
Serve this peanuty sauté over noodles or brown rice. Savoy cabbage has a compact head with wrinkles and curly leaves which is nice in this dish if you can get it, but any cabbage you have on hand would do nicely.