Recipes

Summer Tomato and Bread Soup

FacebookTwitterDiggPinterestYummlyStumbleUponemailPrintI’m so excited about my summer garden.  The produce is finally arriving and that means I can make  my favorite dishes using fresh veggies.  The other day I pulled tomatoes and made this Tomato and Bread Soup. I’m really not a fan of tomatoes unless they are fresh from the…

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Watermelon Salad with Feta and Blueberries

FacebookTwitterDiggPinterestYummlyStumbleUponemailPrintOh my, it’s the 4th of July already???? Time to make Watermelon Salad with Feta & Blueberries. It’s the perfect thing to cool off in the dog days of summer. The last thing I want to do is turn on the oven in this heat and humidity. I love our…

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Creamy Basil Zucchini Soup Recipe

FacebookTwitterDiggPinterestYummlyStumbleUponemailPrintBasil zucchini soup is a delicious and nutritious meal. Learn how you can prepare one by reading this post. I’m absolutely thrilled today to introduce you to Susan Conley of the beautiful blog, Cook the Stone! I’m so grateful that she has created this Creamy Basil Zucchini Soup Recipe for us….

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Strawberry Rhubarb Crostata

FacebookTwitterDiggPinterestYummlyStumbleUponemailPrintI couldn’t resist adding this Strawberry Rhubarb Crostata to my Celebrate Spring Menu.  Rhubarb is growing in the garden and I can get local strawberries and the pastry shell at my local Whole Foods.  This rustic tart is so elegant and impressive.  Your guests will never know how easy it…

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Poached Salmon with Salsa Verde

FacebookTwitterDiggPinterestYummlyStumbleUponemailPrintThis Poached Salmon with Salsa Verde is my favorite way to serve salmon.  It’s amazing either warm or cold.  This dish is wonderful on it’s own or lovely served over a grain salad such as Farro Salad with Spinach and Pickled Shallots, CLICK HERE for that recipe.  The salsa verde…

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Carrot and Ginger Soup with Lemon

FacebookTwitterDiggPinterestYummlyStumbleUponemailPrintThis Carrot and Ginger Soup with Lemon is one of my favorite spring soups.  It’s beautiful color and light, bright flavors are always a hit.  Serve it as a first course or with a salad as a light lunch and you can’t go wrong. 

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