What does a food writer have for lunch? More often than not, it's something quick, easy to put together, and delicious. Get one of my favorite make-ahead lunches featuring fresh broccoli and some unlikely ingredient candidates for a salad.
Mid-August to mid-September make planning meals easy, fun, and an act of joy. Fresh produce requires little in the way of preparation to make a meal into a work of art that pleases all of the senses. So take advantage of it all now, before colder weather has us bidding farewell to the gifts of the harvest.
Labor Day cookouts are fast approaching. Get the help of your favorite Food Network chefs when the time comes to fire up the grill and give summer a fond farewell by dining outdoors. Everything from grilled pizza to super summer fruit cobbler is on the menu!
Ethiopian cuisine does a great job of using lentils and adding heat. Enjoy it all in a traditional red lentil salad called Azifa. Like chili in Texas, there are as many varieties of Azifa as there are cooks making it. Try our version, featuring a sautéed onion and garlic dressing and a bevy of fresh vegetables.
When fresh rhubarb finds its way into cake, the result is a moist, delicious treat. Now, whether you want to call it a coffee cake, a snack cake, dessert, or something else, it's definitely something you'll want to enjoy again and again.