Roasted High-Season Vegetable Sauce

Roasted High-Season Vegetable Sauce

When I make this roasted veggie sauce, I do a holy load. We sometimes pick up as many as eight bags of booty this time of year and need to use it or lose it. I freeze most of it, but I give a lot of it away as a smooth sauce. My friends’ faces light up when I walk...
Taste of the Tropics Melon Soup

Taste of the Tropics Melon Soup

This divine soup is pure refreshment on a hot summer day, with its fragrant melon, creamy coconut, aromatic basil, and zingy mint, pepper, and ginger.
Raw Corn Summer Salad with Apples and Jicama

Raw Corn Summer Salad with Apples and Jicama

We don’t often think of eating corn raw but—especially in the height of summer when quality is high and quantity abounds—it can be a sublimely sweet, crisp, juicy treat. This salad abounds with crunchy textures, contrasting flavors, and wonderful color. Besides...
Baked Chicken and Zucchini Gratin

Baked Chicken and Zucchini Gratin

This is one of the easiest recipes you’ll ever make—a tempting combination of chicken, zucchini, tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella. It’s summer embodied in a satisfying main...
Kahumana Café Pasta with Macadamia Nut Pesto Sauce

Kahumana Café Pasta with Macadamia Nut Pesto Sauce

This is the signature and most popular dish served at Kahumana’s farm-to-table café on Oahu, Hawaii. Traditionally you would add Parmesan cheese to the pesto, but Kahumana does not, to make it more versatile to meet our customers’ diverse dietary needs. We make...
Salade Niçoise

Salade Niçoise

Do not toss this salad; it should look arranged. This Riviera favorite goes best with vinaigrette dressing. You don’t have to cook much—just boil the eggs and potatoes and steam the green beans (or pick them up at a salad bar for a no-cook meal). Then open a can and a...
Rosemary or Basil-Infused Oil

Rosemary or Basil-Infused Oil

Olive oil infused with fragrant fresh rosemary or basil makes a delicious addition to all sorts of Italian or Mediterranean dishes. Drizzle it over pasta, soups, and salads; use it as dipping oil for bread or fresh vegetables; add it to salad dressings; and stir a...
Marinated Zucchini

Marinated Zucchini

Garlic whistles (also called “scapes”) are the garlic plant’s immature flower buds, borne on whimsically curving stems in early summer. Chopped, these whistles taste delightfully of garlic without the harsh pungency of the mature bulb. This recipe is courtesy of...
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