Dig out that bunch of greens in your fridge that is threatening to wilt and make one of these recipes. In case you’ve been eating a lot of salads, here are a few ideas for using lettuce greens in a different way.
Most of us are so used to having lettuce on salads and eaten raw, but in Asia there are dishes where it is cooked like this dish – a simple scalded lettuce in garlic oil.
Knowing your farmer isn’t about distance, it’s about relationships. Talk to them at the local farmers market, ask them about the vegetables and fruits – where they are from and how they are grown/produced.
It’s fun to assemble your own food, especially when it calls for eating with your hands! Try grilled beef and spiciness rolled into one bite.
Grilled portobello mushrooms are first marinated in a zesty chimichurri and then served in a Bibb lettuce wrap with tomatoes and radishes. This is a easy summer meal that is light and refreshing.
Crunchy pecans, creamy blue cheese, and crisp apples, go beautifully together in a classic chopped salad for a cool summer dish.
Thinly sliced and quick to cook, Korean bulgogi is served in lettuce wraps with toppings to create a fun and flavorful meal.
Get to know your greens and celebrate the season with what to pair with spring’s bounty and recipes from cookbook author Molly Watson.
Roasted radishes, where have you been? These spicy little guys turn sweet when roasted and are quite the tasty pair with gorgonzola.
These wraps are easy like Sunday morning. Red onion, avocado, the chicken, and tzatziki sauce go in butter lettuce for a delicious swaddling.
This cranberry quinoa crunch lettuce wrap is a sure way to get you your proteins and satisfy a sweet tooth for lunch, dinner, or as a snack.
Lettuce seared a few minutes in butter, drizzled with apple cider vinegar, and topped with a few almonds. Absolutely delicious.
Riccardo Costa shares some high tech tips on how to impress your next dinner date, in the third episode of Date Night.
Before the arrival of the first frost, Valerie Harrison recreates a twist on a standard BLT.
In the search for sustainable ways to provide fresh and pesticide-free vegetables in big cities, Gotham Greens are pioneers.