Recipe Roundup: Summer Salads

shaved broccoli salad

 

Every July, farmers' markets across the country offer a stunning tapestry of fruits and vegetables seemingly designed to distract us from the month's baking heat. This week, find cool relief with simply prepared seasonal salads.

 

Shaved Broccoli Stalk Salad with Lime and Cotija

JBF Award winner Tara Duggan, the author of Root-to-Stalk Cooking: The Art of Using the Whole Vegetable, uses often-discarded-but-delicious broccoli stalks and leaves in this unconventional dish.


Fennel and Arugula Salad

To bring this lemony tangle of greens and fennel to the next level, try adding a pinch of fennel pollen or using smoked sea salt in place of regular.


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Super Bowl Snacks!

Super Bowl recipes from the James Beard Foundation


While we don't always root for the same team (or even agree that watching spandex-clad men hurling themselves into a pig pile is a Sunday night well spent), we fully support the once-a-year excesses of the Super Bowl spread. Here are some of the nibbles you'll find on ours:

Guacamole
This was James Beard's to-go guacamole recipe. Keep it clean and just stick to the basic ingredients, or try adding one of Beard's various extras, like diced tomatoes, crumbled bacon, or roasted peanuts or almonds.

Pork Cracklings
Make it a true pigskin party and put some pigskin on the table. These pork cracklings are simply seasoned with salt and pepper, but feel free to experiment. The recipe includes 12 hours of... Read more >

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Market Haul: March 29

turnips

It's the last CSA box of the winter season and we plan to make the most of it. This week's haul included lots of root vegetables plus just enough greenhouse greens and crunchy radishes and cabbage to make a few crave-worthy winter salads.

The Haul: watermelon radish, red kale, scallions, kohlrabi, Russet potatoes, Napa cabbage, celery root, rutabaga, carrots

The Menu Ideas:

Farro Salad with Roasted Rutabaga, Ricotta Salata, and Hazelnuts [NYT]
We make a variation of this salad at least once a month during the winter months. It's endlessly adaptable--try it with roasted squash, feta, and walnuts, or toss in a handful of dried cranberries for an extra bite of sweetness.

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