Sandwich with Homemade Mayonnaise
Great for simple sandwiches like roasted chicken, avocado and tomato, or as a dip for steamed artichokes. Also use it as a base for adding garlic, blue cheese or fresh herbs. You can store it in the fridge for 2 to 3 days. 
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I have been bringing this serious side to potlucks, and it’s built up somewhat of a cold salad following, if you will. All three salads blend seamlessly into one delicious dish that is more of a meal than a co-star. I make all of them with almost the same ingredients independently, so an all-for-one approach just seems right. The focus is on fresh, spring flavors like dill, green onion and celery, and we’re going to take it up a notch with an edible arrangement, so to speak.  Click here to see 15 Great Grilled Chicken Recipes.
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Svelte Green Goddess Dip
Those of you with an herb garden will find this summertime dip easy to make—the recipe turns a bundle of fresh-clipped herbs into a delicate green, creamy sauce. Because the dip is light and refreshingly herbaceous, the perfect dippers to go with it are garden-fresh vegetables such as asparagus spears, baby carrots, radishes, and cucumber. Skinny Dippers: Crudités, Baked Pita Chips, Baked Wonton Crisps, Baked Bagel Chips, Steamed Baby Artichokes
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Using and fresh and flavorful ingredients, this recipe proves that catfish can be more sophisticated than just a deep-fried sandwich.Click here to see What Fish Should You Be Eating Now for Flavor, Health, and Environment.
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Fava bean salad
If fava beans are in the market, you know it’s spring, or spring somewhere nearby. Their giant green pods look like something strange and juicy, perhaps from another planet. In fact, they are the original Mediterranean bean. Early favas are small and tender; they get starchier as the season progresses. Favas are more than a little fussy to peel, but peel you must to appreciate them fully. Fresh fava beans are so good, though, they are worth the effort.  I usually try to enlist help and I always wish I had a houseful of kids or a couple of resident grandmothers… peeling favas makes a nice multigenerational chore. For this salad, the fava beans are removed from the pods, cooked briefly, peeled, and combined with thinly sliced raw fennel (or you could use raw artichokes or asparagus). 
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Sweet and Sour Shallots
This amazing condiment can enliven grilled, fried, steamed, and raw foods. It enhances and amplifies the shallots’ inherent qualities. Since the shallots are cooked with vinegar, the condiment keeps for a long time and is a great homemade preparation to brighten all sorts of dishes, such as fried oysters.V Is for Vegetables recipes courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright © 2015 by Michael Anthony and Dorothy Kalins Ink, LLC.
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Summer entertaining should be simple and easy. This recipe allows you to serve a favorite summer appetizer, antipasti, easily on bamboo skewers, so your guests can dig in without any fuss. 
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Spinach Frittata
A delicious spinach frittata recipe featuring Almond Breeze milk. 
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Kale, Avocado & Ricotta Pie
This is a very simple dish, as good for dinner as it is for brunch. You can play around with the ingredients a bit, adding more artichoke or avocado, or substituting spinach for kale or sausage for bacon. You can't go wrong — unless you forget to garnish with a delicious ripe avocado. Click here to see 6 New Ways to Use Avocados.
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Preserved Lemons
While it may seem like a shame to pack Meyer lemons in jars of salt and spices, once cured they serve a wealth of purposes. Traditionally, preserved lemons are a condiment in Morocco for tagines or couscous with green olives and root vegetables. I love to stuff them in chicken breasts with goat cheese and fresh herbs or blend them with artichokes and basil for a flavor-packed pesto. If you wanted to toss one into a margarita or michelada, I wouldn’t blame you.  Click here for Recipe SWAT Team: Condiments
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The spring staple asparagus finds its way into a cold-weather dish in this recipe, combining artichokes and mushrooms with smoky spices and Cheddar cheese. Click here to see more casserole recipes.
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Roasted Vegetables
Sometimes you just need a good, straightforward recipe for roasted vegetables to go with a quick weeknight dinner of pan-roasted chicken or fish. Well, here it is.
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