TIP OF THE DAY: Summer Salads

[1] A salad of farmers market ingredients, from mache to nasturtium leaves (both photos © Good Eggs). [2] Even if you think you don’t like tomatoes, try a lush, ripe heirloom tomato. They’re practically a different species from regular supermarket fare.   For salad lovers, summer is the season to revel. Many traditionally summer fruits…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Hummus Salad

[1] For lunch, top hummus with a Greek salad (photo courtesy DeLallo Foods). [2] Another way to plate. You can create variety with chopping techniques: dicing, julienning, shaving, spiralizing, etc. (photo courtesy DeLallo Foods). [3] A “rainbow salad” topped with flavored hummus (photo courtesy Bush’s Beans).   Most Americans enjoy hummus as a dip. That’s…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Spring Salad With Prosciutto

If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to roll out spring recipes. Scafata is a dish from the Umbria region of Italy, typically made with spring vegetables such as artichokes, escarole, fava beans, green peas and Swiss chard, and flavored with basil, mint and often, guanciale (bacon made from the jowl of the pig).…
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