Did you know that making your own body butters is relatively easy? Try making your own and customizing it to your liking! These make perfect holiday gifts for your friends, family, or even yourself.
Experiment with your favorite flavor combinations in this versatile brunch dish. Try diced jalapeño peppers with Mexican cheeses and picante sauce; minced prosciutto and Gruyere cheese; or tomatoes and fresh herbs. The baskets can be cooked for a shorter or longer time depending on whether you prefer a runny or set yolk.
This earthy dish works best alongside simple roasted or grilled meats and poultry. Omit the bacon and add a splash of balsamic vinegar for a perky, vegetarian option that pairs well with mac and cheese.
This Spanish sauce is also delicious with oven-roasted potato wedges, fries or even grilled shrimp or as a condiment for chicken, lamb chops, or meatballs. It makes a great alternative to pesto as well: stir it into soups and stews or toss with pasta.
This is a raw, crunchy, chutney-like riff on a classic cooked fruit compote. Add a pinch of freshly-grated ginger or a handful of chopped, fresh strawberries and serve it with pork, duck or chicken.
A nourishing and satisfying soup, high in healthy fats, to enjoy during the warmer months of spring and summer. To save time, use 2 cups of store-bought plain, unsweetened almond milk.
This recipe was recently taught in our Mosaic of Flavors Series, a partnership between City Market and The Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program. The instructor, Maha Akkeh, explained that traditional Syrian tabbouleh has far less bulgur wheat than what is typically prepared here in the United States. Couscous could be substituted for bulgur wheat, if desired.
The tart-sweet flavors of this salad and dressing complement rich and earthy main dishes and chewy hearth breads. Substitute baby spinach or mesclun mix for the baby greens or use feta in place of the goat cheese. Refrigerate any unused dressing for later use.