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With flavors ranging from peppery to sweet, many common flowers can add flavor, color, and excitement to salads; edible decoration to cupcakes and desserts; or an unusual twist to drinks when frozen in ice cubes or turned into simple syrups! There are many lists available of edible flowers on the interwebs (just a few are pictured here), as well as recipes and tips for identification and use.
One of the first recipes I made as a newbie vegetarian, this dish has become a go-to comfort food and a roommate favorite. Rich in healthy fats and vitamin E, avocados are a healthy and playful alternative to traditional pasta sauces!
*If you do not have a blender or food processor, you can mash the avocados with a fork, mince the garlic, and combine with the oil and herbs in a bowl to create the sauce.
** This recipe is best enjoyed upon preparation.
"Torta pasqualina" (Easter savory pie) is one of the most famous traditional Easter dishes in Italy.
In the original Ligurian recipe, the pie is filled with classic spring ingredients: chard or mixed herbs (sometimes wild), ricotta cheese, Parmesan and eggs. I illustrated a different version, with artichokes and quail eggs: very tasty, try it for your Easter lunch or for your Easter Monday picnic!
Hi, CCAD student here!
This is a Boston favorite, right along with Dunkin' Donuts and the Boston Red Sox.
I had clam chowder served to me in mug like this at the Boston Sail Loft, which I would highly recommend. This recipe is a recreation of that and other Boston clam chowders. Serve with oyster crackers, if you'd like.