Summer dishes should be all about fresh ingredients with little effort - like a pie bursting with fresh berries or vibrant pea pesto crostini. Salads filled with bright flavors that require no cooking pretty much top my list and this tomato and peach salad with corn and feta is no exception. We've yet to have any days that have required the use of our air conditioner, but still in the late afternoon, our kitchen is usually warm, so any excuse to avoid the oven works for me. I picked up all of the ingredients at the farmers' market, tossed them together, and served it alongside a charcuterie plate for a light and simple meal.
Blood Orange, Beet, and Fennel Salad
I usually find winter produce to be a bit bland in comparison to the fruits of summer (like watermelons, strawberries, and peaches). However, when I saw this recipe in the lastest issue of Bon Appetit, it instantly changed my mind. It's such a vibrant dish - the bright citruses ...read more