There’s no alcohol in this refreshing recipe, but that doesn’t mean you can’t improvise.
These chewy flavor packed tomatoes can be used to top a pizza, tossed in with your favorite pasta, or blended into you favorite sauce with the help of a food processor.
This quick and easy rendition of an American Classic is sure to become a staple for last minute guests or party invites.
There’s no meat and no bun in this “burger” but it’s a great way to satisfying a craving if you’re a vegetarian craving the meaty, cheesy treat.
Serve this cobbler, which is cooked in a cast iron skilled, warm with vanilla ice cream.
This tart is the perfect way forum to feature fresh tomatoes before the summer fades into fall.
There are countless ways to spruce up the humble hot dog. Try some of these varieties at your Labor Day cookout.
Don’t forget your vegetarian friends this Labor Day. Veggie kebabs are a great way to get them in on the grilling.
Marinate chicken thighs in beer for tender, flavorful meat — and to clear out leftover beer from your fridge.
This is, without a doubt, the best way to start your day.
Simple and delicious. The greens are infused with the aromatic garlic and the chick peas give the dish some heft.
This drink is great on a hot day – and they are all hot this time of year.
This sandwich is so substantial it could easily be a lunch. You are definitely gonna need a fork to finish it.
This pizza has whole wheat dough, a pesto base, and is topped with artichokes, sundried tomatoes, and fresh arugula.
This sandwich contains several summer favorites.
This recipe is the ultimate mix of Southern and Italian cooking.
Sometimes you just look in the pantry and make something up as you go along. That’s what Jerri Green did with this recipe.
Kids rough housing can work up quite an appetite. This recipe will refill your kids tanks for another round in the rings.
You know all those Chicken Soup for the Soul books, well there should be a vegetarian version. And here it is.
Enjoy this recipe for an egg salad sandwich where, instead of mayo, you use cottage cheese.
Grilled cheese is always delightful. Try the recipe below for an Italian-inspired version.
This dish works great as a vegetarian main course, or as a delicious side dish.
The sweet figs and honey are balanced perfectly with the strong blue cheese and buttery crust. Plus, it is simple to make.
These plain shortbread cookies, are not so plain after all. The rosemary adds a whole new dimension of flavor to them.
Having vegetarians over for Thanksgiving dinner? Don’t panic – here’s a dish that will be a success all around.
Carnitas is traditionally made with pork. This delicious crockpot recipe, uses beef instead.
The sweet figs and honey in this pie, are balanced perfectly with the strong blue cheese and buttery crust.
Jerri Green serves up some grilled heirloom tomatoes with a lovely parmesan and garlic topping.
A simple and stunning heirloom tomato puff pastry from Jerri Green.
Jerri Green serves an updated version of her inner child’s favorite summer dessert.
If you find some purple yard beans in your next CSA bag, here’s a great way to use them.
A refreshing watermelon cucumber drink for those hot hot hot summer days.
A classic combo of cucumber and dill in a cool sandwich, perfect for those summer picnics.
Jerri Green with a wonderful vegetarian dish for your Cinco de Mayo celebration, or any other festivity.
Jerri Green with a deliciously crispy and comforting beer batter fish fry.
A comforting cake for a crazy day, a bad week, or just as a delicious treat.
This declicious layered portabella packs a lot of flavor and only dirties up one skillet.
A delicious vegetarian black eyed pea dip from the banks of the Mississippi.
On Valentine’s Day, the combination of peach, strawberries and bubbly wine, is destined to be successful.
An almost naked, and deliciously simple chicken appetizer.
A festive and filling quiche that can be served throughout the holiday season.
Jerri Green lines up a great list of cheap culinary Christmas gifts for this year.
Jerri Green with a great idea for the vegetarians at your thanksgiving dinner.
A vegetarian dish that keep pleasing your meat eaters years from now.
A simple but delicious vegetarian soup to warm you on a cold fall day.
Jerri Green turns her love for tiny things into cute and delicious little bruschettas.
Jerri Green serves a protein packed salad to give new moms the energy they need.
Fresh herbs and feta hot off the grill is a great appetizer or side dish.
On a trip down memory lane, Jerri Green sets out to recreate childhood memories with a lovely summer fruit salad.
Jerri Green serves up a patriotic snack for vegetarians and carnivores alike.
Vegetarians and their carnivores no longer have to venture outside their own kitchen in the morning to get their fast food fix.
At every Southern get together you will find one thing – potato salad.
This year, watermelons arrived just in time for cocktail-hour. Jerri Green tends the bar.
Jerri Green with an excellent Derby Day suggestion on how to have your whiskey and eat it too.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this simple marvelous and sophisticated take on a margarita.
A vegetarian about an event that can only be described as pork heaven, but where you can find a few un-oinked things to eat.
Is it at all possible to please vegetarians during Easter? Jerri Green with a few helpful tips.
Baseball season is here, and Jerri Green falls in love with the grub at the best Minor League stadium in America.
Even if you’re not a carnivore, there are plenty of reasons to break out the grill.
Jerri Green tricks her carnivore husband into eating spinach. Turns out he loves it