Fresh summer flavors are Provence in a pot. This recipe will transport you to the bright, light Mediterranean. Cold tomato soup is made from garden tomatoes, then served with gluten-free toast layered with black olive spread. While I had this dish in southern France, gazpacho hails from the Andalusia region of southern Spain.
Subtle flavors combine with a super-easy cooking method to create a simple but savory pot of flageolet beans that can be eaten alone, as a side, or as the base of any bean dish. The bright flavors of parsley, lemon, and garlic combine in a topping called gremolata, waking up this comforting dish.
Sweet corn is still in season at San Diego’s North Park Farmer’s Market, so enjoy these hearty corn cakes, which take a minimum of time on the stove. You can use frozen corn the rest of the year. The original recipe is my mom’s “thick fritter batter” for tuna fritters. The renovation: I don’t cook […]