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This delicious fresh apple salad gets an exotic, intoxicating twist from flavorful curry that raises it above the everyday fruit salad. Get Catherine Newman's unique recipe here.
Summer squash are inexpensive and abundant, but little ones can be a little daunted by them. Here, they're whirred into an appealing, pale green soup that strikes the perfect balance between wholesome and yummy. The character of this soup will be determined by what you stir in at the end: buttermilk will make a light and zippy soup, milk a good, mild one, and half and half a rich and creamy one. Served with bread and a salad, it makes a perfect light dinner.
This recipe for super-fresh asparagus brings out its mellow sweetness, along with a delicious mayo, lemon, garlic and chipotle dip. A perfect veggie dish for an appetizer or side.
This flavorful dip is a good source of protein, gorgeously green, and very fresh tasting. It not only encourages the rampant eating of veggies — it also has vegetables actually in it already!
When it comes to vegetables' natural sweetness, roasting giveth what boiling taketh away. Transform cauliflower florets into caramelized, crunchy-tender finger food with this oil-and-salt technique, which works for other veggies too.
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of vegetables. No sugar is needed in this delicious and easy recipe.
Not up for 20 minutes of leaning over the stove? You can
still enjoy this main-course risotto, studded with tasty green
soybeans, because the microwave eliminates much of the constant
stirring required for preparing a stovetop...
Turn fresh asparagus into tasty, golden rafts with this playful recipe.
This kid-friendly, broccoli-rich spin on the layered, spinach-filled triangles called spanakopita is a million times easier to make.