There are a lot of layers of flavor in paella, so keep it simple with the side dishes. A tapas-style selection of olives, chewy bread and Spanish cheeses along with a crisp green salad dressed in a vinegar or lemon vinaigrette work well.
This is a mix between a bread and a loaf, but there is no flour in the recipe. It makes for great gluten-free “toast” because it holds its shape really well. You can find psyllium husk powder in City Market’s Wellness Department.
Muhammara is a Middle Eastern dip that originates from Aleppo, Syria. It is traditionally made with breadcrumbs, but can easily be made without.
This Maple Bacond Bread Pudding was featured on our 2017 Vermont Restaurant Week menu and was instantly a customer favorite!
The perfect chicken tortilla dish to cook for your next family party of backyard BBQ!
Life is just better with condiments — especially exciting, homemade condiments that can be eaten by the spoonful alongside meats, vegetables and grains, or added to sandwiches and pizza. Vary the flavor of this onion jam by adding rosemary or sage instead of (or in addition to) the thyme.
The toasted sesame oil and garlic add depth to this simple vegetarian dish. This meal makes it easy to get greens in your diet. Try using broccoli for the kale when broccoli’s on sale. Or leave out the pasta and top the kale with poached or fried eggs for a high protein breakfast option.
For a thicker smoothie, use frozen pineapple chunks as well as the sliced, frozen banana. Make your own frozen fruit for smoothies by cutting up fresh pineapple and bananas and freezing the pieces on a baking sheet; then transfer to a zip-close bag for storage. Drained canned pineapple freezes just as well as fresh.
Keep a bag of frozen ravioli handy and you can have a delicious dinner on the table in minutes. Made with meat- or cheese-filled ravioli and sliced deli ham from the co-op, this dish will be fast and flavorful either way. Serve with a green salad or steamed veggies for a complete meal.