This versatile dish can be adapted for any time of the year by substituting seasonal veggies. Chef Karrie Hills uses asparagus, fennel and beets in this version, but encourages you to use whatever seasonal vegetables you like.
The great thing about bruschetta is, it can be a snack, an appetizer or even a main course if you want something light and refreshing. And the best part: It's super easy to make!
A childhood favorite grows up in this dish! Chef Luke Knox shares a fun and simple recipe to make your own tater tots at home.
This ridiculously simple technique will allow you to stow away some of your summer harvest. You can freeze a few tomatoes at a time or an entire tray full—depending on the size of the current tomato bounty (and your freezer space)!
Roasting intensifies the flavors of the tomatoes, garlic and herbs and tastes wonderful on zucchini boats or toasted whole grain artisan bread. It can also be used in place of fresh or canned chopped tomatoes in nearly any recipe.
Three simple ingredients. One scrumptious bite. You can use other date varieties, but Medjool dates are the largest and easiest to stuff.
Sunshine Care's gardens abound with beautiful heads of broccoli throughout winter and spring, according to horticulture manager Roy Wilburn. "Nothing beats the flavor when placed on the table right after cutting from the gardens," he said.