Quesadilla stuffed with squash blossoms, mushrooms, tomatoes, serrano chile and cilantro.
White wine-honey sauce is infused with basil, then drizzled over grilled nectarines. Crumbled ricotta salata is then sprinkled on top for a creamy, slightly-salty finish.
Delicious alternative to maple syrup on Pancakes, waffles or French toast, or as a topping to drizzle on ice cream.
Crunchy and delicious, as granola should be, with a hint of coconut. For a breakfast that feels as good as it tastes.
A pillowy little bundle of creamy eggs encased in a soft eggy shell. Best of all, it's a meal in 3 minutes flat that's so delicious you just can't stop eating it.
A simple ground beef and macaroni casserole Infused with the flavors of the Sonoran Desert, topped with melty cheese and the crunch of breadcrumbs.
One of the quickest and simplest ways to make a truly nice dinner, any night of the week.
Golden-fried zucchini spears served with a savory marinara dipping sauce.
Potstickers served with Sriracha sauce and Hoisin sauce. Plus, make Asian meatballs with any excess filling.
Coconutty and tangy, the perfect frosting for coconut cake or cupcakes.
Creamy, lemony frosting with a hint of basil for added complexity. Created for Raspberry Cupcakes (but would be great with many other things as well!).
Coconutty rolled oats topped with blueberries and bananas make for one of the most delicious (and healthiest) ways to start your day. Best of all, it cooks in 5 minutes.
Nubby steel-cut oats spiked with cinnamon, drizzled with maple syrup, and topped with fruit and nuts of your choice. Morning perfection in a bowl.
Chicken thighs and potatoes, poached in an white wine herb broth with a hint of lemon.
Simple but flavorful green beans, sauteed with onions and garlic.
Chocolate pudding with a hint of chile and cinnamon for a delicious twist. Perfect for any Mexican celebration, or anytime you're in the mood to take chocolate in an interesting new direction.
Super chocolate-y, decadent pudding. Sure, you can serve it to the kids. If you can keep yourself from eating it all first.
Tomatoes, capers, anchovies, roasted garlic and kalamata olives make a deliciously complex sauce for pasta.