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Homemade yogurt, kimchi and other fermented foods are cheaper than store-bought—plus they're higher in active cultures and free of sugar and added ingredients. Plus, they're easy and fun. Here, we share a recipe for a simple, creamy vegan yogurt recipe you'll make again and again.
Distinguished by their woody pits, summer's juicy jewels — peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, and cherries — alternate with ease.
What's better than a bowl of pasta? We can't think of much. Take a bite out of these pasta comfort food recipes for a cozy night in.
Roasting concentrates the flavor of tomatoes, meaning you can make this soup with less-than-stellar, out-of-season tomatoes, and it’s still fantastic. (But make it when local tomatoes are at their best, and you’ll knock your own socks off.)
This spicy pasta dish makes a quick-and-easy weeknight dinner.
When I first heard the term “finishing salt” I rolled my eyes—must we have yet another chi-chi, gourmet term for yet another superfluous ingredient? No sooner had I had that thought than I sheepishly shrugged my shoulders. You see, I regularly use finishing salt in my cooking, though I’d never thought to call it that. Ever since I lived in Brittany, France, and learned about fleur de sel from my Bretonne apartment-mate, Soizic, I’ve done as she showed me and sprinkled the flaky, white salt crystals over foods just before serving them. Soizic never thought of fleur de sel as a finishing salt. She'd always pulled the one-two seasoning punch, using plain sea salt while cooking, then the locally harvested (from Guérande in southern Brittany) fleur de sel as a final flavor adjustment.
Peppery watercress and creamy cannellini beans team up for a light and luscious one-dish meal. If watercress is unavailable, 8 cups of fresh arugula or spinach may be substituted.