This Heirloom Tomato & Beet Gazpacho became an instant favorite after we showcased it during the 2018 Seven Daysies awards reception!
A grilled vegetable antipasto and garlicky tomato bruschetta pair up nicely, with penne as the main attraction.
This salad wows diners with its seemingly complicated flavor profile. Packed with protein and fiber, it can easily be incorporated into your meal plan to get you out of a dinner rut. Add nuts on top for extra substance, crunch and pizazz.
Take this hearty and unusual three-bean salad as your contribution to a summer picnic or potluck. It’s quick to prepare for a weeknight dinner at home, too, with turkey burgers or grilled chicken kebabs.
Avocados are creamy and rich, and the addition of juicy cucumbers makes a deliciously refreshing cool summer soup. A touch of yogurt gives it a little extra creaminess and protein and the bright heirloom tomatoes give the soup great eye appeal. Serve it chilled with a few tortilla chips alongside for crunch.
This savory pie will wow your friends and family. It’s simple, delicious and visually appealing! The real stars of this pie are the local tomatoes. Use store-bought pie crust to save time for a quick recipe that’s sure to please.
Enjoy this smoky, sweet summer salad. Perfect as a side salad or addition to any summer grill party. Add in fresh tomatoes for a pop of color and flavor.
In a large bowl, combine chicken, grapes, celery and slivered almonds. In another smaller bowl, combine yogurt, mayonnaise, lemon juice, curry powder, salt and pepper, whisk to combine. Pour sauce over chicken mixture and toss all the ingredients together. Enjoy as is or place a heaping spoonful on one large lettuce leaf and roll to make into a lettuce wrap!
This flavorful and colorful salad comes together quickly with an assist from rotisserie chicken. Use the chicken breast to get the bulk of your meat, but any chicken meat will work just fine. Substitute Greek yogurt for part of the mayonnaise to reduce both the number of calories and fat in the sauce. Adjust the amount of curry seasoning to your own taste.