Bursting with flavor, this versatile spread keeps well in the fridge for about a week, and you can use it on toast (Grilled Toast with Whipped Lemon-Thyme Feta and Summer Squash) , with pasta, added to eggs and frittatas, or in salads. Start with good quality feta and crumble it just before processing. (Don’t buy pre-crumbled feta).

Susie Middleton

Corn-off-the-cob sautés are always a hit with family, and a sure bet for entertaining, too.

Susie Middleton

Just because you cook pasta doesn’t mean you have to cook the pasta sauce.

Susie Middleton

For this all-in-one sheet pan dinner, give the vegetables a head start, then add the fish towards the end of cooking. Though the fluke has a crumb topping to keep it moist, it will still cook quickly, so don’t be tempted to add it to the pan until the veggies are well on their way. This recipe will work with thin (less than an inch thick) cod or halibut filets, too. 

Serves 2

Susie Middleton

Here's a cool, refreshing salad to serve with grilled steak or just with naan bread.

Susie Middleton

The prep is quick, the cooking even quicker: there’s a lot to love in this fresh, summer stir-fry.

Susie Middleton

Pair this dressing with Bibb, Pea and Bacon Salad, or use it in a fresh cucumber salad.

 

Yields 1 cup

 

Susie Middleton

Beautiful Bibb lettuce paired with fresh peas and bacon makes a classic salad. Homemade herbed buttermilk dressing keeps it light.

Susie Middleton

Pages