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On board of our sailboat we keep our fruit and vegetables best in a little hammock. Fruit is the ideal ingredient for a refreshing dessert on a beautiful warm summer day.
You should use iced cava, champagne, sparkling wine or prosecco. The (small) children get their own "Sailors fruit soup" with 7-Up or Sprite.
And if you want the "light" version, replace the cava half with sparkling water.
A not-so-traditional Irish salad but made with the gorgeous original, Irish farmhouse blue cheese; Irish Cashel Blue. Hazelnuts have long featured in Irish folklore and were seen to represent wisdom and poetic inspiration. Add some pear and spinach and you have a salad worthy of a saint! From a series of recipes to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, gather your green shamrock, pin on your green badge and enjoy!
Moroccan Orange Salad with Cinnamon and orange blossom water, great for light desert. easy to do and always taste yammy
In a pinch: No spinach? Arugula or bib lettuce will work as well.
There are often fennel (aka anise) bulbs in our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box. Eating it raw in salads can be uninspiring. However, cooking fennel brings out its subtle flavor and blends well with spinach and apples. I hope this salad makes you a fennel fan, if you’re not one already!
Apparently, there is a distinction between male and female fennel. Males are round, less fibrous and best eaten raw. The female version is long and recommended for cooking. From my experience, either one is fine.
Growing up, salad often consisted of iceberg lettuce, a couple of slices of tasteless tomatoes that came out of a plastic container, with a spoonful of mayonnaise. In my teens, I started to cook and discovered vegetables like Romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes, and radishes! Radishes were never my favorite. I didn't include them in recipes. However, this Radish Salad puts radishes in the spotlight! Their crunchy, spicy flavor seems to shine through the other ingredients! Great on a summer day or a picnic!
In a pinch: No apple cider vinegar? Use white vinegar instead.
A Cherry Point Restaurant Recipe Collaboration~
Illustration by: Abbie Zuidema
Recipe by: Julian Calcott & Ed Szymanski
This recipe was inspired by Cherry Point Restaurant, a bright star in Brooklyn newcomer eateries. Dreamed up by Julian Calcott & Ed Szymanski of Cherry Point, this salad is deceivingly “simple”. It was a delight to illustrate all the elements of taste that make up this lips smacking dish.