A twist on the traditional, but oh so satisfying. Instead of cilantro, use basil. Instead of lime, squeeze a lemon. And then don’t really trouble yourself with much else – a little minced garlic, chopped scallion, julienned basil and you are done.
This dish caught my eye for two reasons . For one, the combination of crisp, savory, spicy sausage with juicy and sweet grapes sounded incredible. I also happen to love the chicken sausage made in the kitchens of Elm City Market – I pretty much get some every time I shop.
Fruit crisps are one of the best (and slightly indulgent!) ways to enjoy fruit that is in season.
This risotto is absolutely delicious, and very low maintenance as far as risotto goes. While the traditional style of cooking risotto involves lots of time over a hot pan on the stove, this is baked in the oven, and requires very little effort.
Sweet and delicious! This dessert is easy and fun to make with kids. The batter and the berries will "magically" switch places while baking.
Have a Taco Tuesday with delicious and healthy fish tacos! Or Taco Wednesday, Thursday, Friday... you get the idea!