Recipes

Sonchereé McCampbell
Chickpea & Fennel Tartine

Chickpea & Fennel Tartine

On its own, the salad is lovely, and a nice beginner to any summer entree. Piling it on top of toasted bread transforms it from an appetizer to a substantial main course. Perfect for lunch or a light, but filling, dinner. Good quality bread is key here. Think sturdy, too, along the lines of country bread, something that can hold the topping when you pick it up. (And not to add to your To Do List, but this recipe is perfect for this recipe, or any other recipe you might be considering!) Grilling the bread adds a nice charred flavor to...

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Sonchereé McCampbell
A Summer Breakfast Salad

A Summer Breakfast Salad

Have you ever wondered why salads are reserved for lunch and dinner only? Me, too. That’s exactly what was on my mind last week, as I set out to make breakfast. It all started with a craving for poached eggs. Toasting up some bread was the obvious, and easy choice, but I didn’t want to feel weighed down from carbs so early in the morning. My mind wandered to the bag of baby lettuce I’d picked up at the farmers’ market earlier in the week. Bingo. A breakfast salad was the perfect answer. I’m sharing the recipe as I made...

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Sonchereé McCampbell
Grilled Mediterranean Pizza

Grilled Mediterranean Pizza

Pizza is a year-round regular at our house. Once the temps heat up, I swap in my BBQ for the oven, and take my pizza-making habits outdoors. This Grilled Mediterranean Pizza is hearty, filling, and perfect for hosting a crowd, but also comes together quickly for a fast weeknight dinner. Get the recipe here.

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Sophia Maroon
Roasted Yams (or Sweet Potatoes)

Roasted Yams (or Sweet Potatoes)

 Serves Prep Time Cook Time  Total Time 4 10 20 30   This one couldn’t be easier and is a perfect winter side-dish. It takes seconds and leaves everyone happy and satisfied.   2 Yams (or Sweet Potatoes) 2 Tablespoons DRESS IT UP DRESSING Apple Cider Vinaigrette (enough to brush both sides)   For this recipe you can easily use Champagne Vinaigrette or Red Wine Vinaigrette in place of the Apple Cider. I know yams and sweet potatoes are different, but I have difficulty telling them apart and both work equally well in this recipe. Pictured is both Sweet Potato, and Delicata...

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