Keep things simple for the end of summer with crunchy fresh vegetables tossed with quinoa, almonds, and an easy sherry vinaigrette.
A cookie bar made with homemade rhubarb jam, bright tangerine juice, spices and a dose of brown butter complete with a shortbread crust.
Throw early spring berries and rhubarb into a simple cobbler or crisp served warm with a scoop of ice cream.
A strawberry tart with graham cracker crust has it going on-it’s fresh, fruity, light and sweet. Make it in less than an hour, chill, and serve for dinner.
What’s better than a slice of this chewy, chocolate tart? We aren’t sure, but we do know the walnuts add some crunch to make this dessert sinfully rich.
An Italian-style tart filled with fresh strawberries and an rhubarb-orange jam. Top the bubbling tart with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you are in business.
Sweet brittles are the perfect snack to keep around your house during the holidays for hungry guests to munch on.
These individually-sized cakes cook in the microwave in under two minutes for nearly instant gratification of a sweet and seasonal craving.
A dense nutty cake gets a sweet brown sugar glaze and a sprinkling of crunchy walnuts.
The earthy flavors of the vibrant beetroot soup are perfectly punctuated by spicy horseradish dumplings.
These tartlets are the perfect seasonal pairing for an afternoon cup of tea or coffee.
Try these sweet, subtle cookies that are perfect for pairing with afternoon tea.
The earthy flavors of these fall farmers’ market finds are given a stage on which to shine with crusty French bread.
Labor Day may have come and gone but tomatoes are still ripe. Take advantage of the final weeks of summer with this rustic savory pie.
The citrusy crunch of lemon sugar adds a new dimension to this classic breakfast favorite.
Summer corn and rainbow chard make for colorful fritters that will appeal to the whole family.
Turning on the oven to quickly roast eggplants with spices for this earthy flavored eggplant lentil soup for an easy to prepare Summer soup is so worth it.
Besides finding tender greens for the salad, you will want to find ripe sweet cherries, a soft delicate flavored fresh goat cheese and good quality walnuts.
These cookies are incredibly good, definitely new favorites for your cookie jar, if they last that long.
The lavender sugar topping comes out crunchy on the bottom and serves as a good contrast to the soft baked fruit on top of the upside-down muffins.
With a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side, this upside-down cake is delicious.
As good as rhubarb is paired with strawberries, it’s also pretty good baked in a bundt cake flavored with buttermilk and lemon.
You can also serve this colorful berry filled Napa cabbage salad with grilled chicken for dinner or maybe with a slice of quiche.
A spinach salad with a light dressing, plenty of veggies and with the addition of fresh sliced oranges.
Every mom has to have a few tricks in her bag, and a bag of cinnamon honey graham cracker hearts will go a long way to make the family happy.
Patty Price shows us how to make a peanut butter and raisin bran pie that will blow your mind.
When your sweet tooth is feeling neglected, this white chocolate ginger cookie recipe is the perfect savior.
These gorgeous butter cup brownies have a sunken peanut treasure in each piece.
This delicious cake recipe uses that last spoonful from the bottom of your Nutella Jar.
As the weather warms up, Patty Price finds herself turning to the blender to whip up a fresh cooling smoothie for breakfast.
Celebrate the beginning of apple season with a simple pound cake filled with chopped apples.
Fresh corn is the primary ingredient in this pureed corn soup garnished with a lively raw salad of tomato and sugar snap peas.
Patty Price makes a batch of cookies with an unexpectedly delicious combination of flavors.
These Padron peppers literally melt in your mouth with a small amount of salty heat chasing a lingering pepper flavor.
Patty Price is easily distracted when it comes to cooking, so it’s no surprise that her original plan for some peaches was replaced by this great recipe.