This chilled pea soup is so simple and clean tasting. Pancetta, croutons, raw peas and creme fraiche are the perfect toppings to compliment this soup.
Recipes for a Spring Soirée
A refreshing strawberry and avocado salad with candied pepitas is the perfect way to enjoy spring produce, alongside a glass of crisp Pinot Grigio.
This simple, rustic strawberry galette is made extra special with a basil butter crust.
Crisp zucchini noodles are tossed with Italian dressing, topped with charred corn, pungent red onions, juicy tomatoes, fresh basil and creamy burrata.
Loaded with grilled steak, fresh watercress, blackberries and a vinaigrette, this whole flatbread is assembled on the grill and tastes like a delicious spring salad served on a crust.
Refresh with a scoop of this easy, two-ingredient spring strawberry sorbet that pairs perfectly with a glass of Pinot Grigio on the back porch.
Let’s head outside! Whether that means to the balcony, back porch or down the street to the park, grab a friend, a good book, a bowl of one of our favorite hummus recipes and enough pita or fresh veggies to dip away the afternoon.
Tossed in a warm red wine vinaigrette, celebrate spring with this easy meal of charred spring onion linguine. Plus, it can be ready in just 20 minutes.
A simple and elegant dish, this watercress and shiitake risotto is made with fresh ingredients and can be served with scallops to make a complete meal that is perfect for spring and summer.
Looking for an easy but elegant breakfast in bed recipe for Mother’s Day that’s perfect for little hands to make? Try this prosciutto, brie and apricot preserves on a toasty baguette.
Check out these four flavorful guacamole recipes just in time for Cinco de Mayo weekend.
Serve this bright-tasting pasta dish tossed with a peppery watercress pesto made with lemon and spring peas.
Surprisingly hearty, this peppery watercress salad is loaded with sweet golden beets and quinoa for a delicious flavor combo that reminds us that salads are anything but boring.
If you’re not familiar with sunchokes (aka Jerusalem artichokes), they’re essentially a cross between a potato…
This bright, easy red cabbage salad can be your go-to for crunch this spring. Serve it next to your favorite protein, like salmon, for a delicious pair.
Crescia is a tall, golden Pecorino Romano Easter cheese bread hailing from Umbria.
As we transition from winter to spring, don’t leave soup behind! These recipes feature fresh spring produce, and many can be served warm or chilled to suit your fancy—and the weather.
As the weather warms, throw these mini hasselback potatoes studded with cheese on the grill for quick and easy cooking. Top with bacon, sour cream and more for an extra special bite.
This beet-cured gravlax is made with horseradish and dill to give the salmon a stunning hue that is a perfect transition food with the root vegetables of winter and into the bright colors of spring.
With fresh-squeeze Meyer lemon and zest in the batter, these poppy seed pancakes have a bright flavor that make us think of the coming spring. Layer your cakes with sweet lemon and cream cheese filling for a divine brunch treat.
Spring has almost sprung! Get in the spirit with refreshing ingredients to create a stunning spring cheese board complete with pickled fennel.
Fluffy vanilla cupcakes are frosted with silky smooth strawberry swiss meringue buttercream for a delightful spring treat.
A true spring meal, with refreshing trout, a rich truffle and pea sauce plus plenty of potatoes to mop it all up.
Pretty toasts are great for a spring party or Sunday brunch. Don’t forget the lemon zest to add a burst of freshness to the creamy and rich appetizer.
Welcome in the new spring season with spring lamb roasted, grilled, whole, or ground. Lamb 10 ways.
Filled buns with currants and cinnamon, topped with icing in the shape of a cross for a delicious, traditional Easter treat that is enjoyed around the world..
Easter is around the corner and Honest Cooking has your guide to planning the perfect spring meal.
A lovely asparagus pesto breakfast tart – perfect for that lazy Easter brunch.
Eric Isaac with some tips on how to dye easter eggs with natural dyes.
Welcome spring with a healthy strawberry salad from Nancy Lopez-McHugh.