Baby Artichoke Linguine Recipe

By Matt Essert | August 18, 2011

This is a very easy recipe that is both light and flavorful. Make sure you cook the artichokes for a while so that they become nice and tender. The added lemon zest and juice add a great freshness to the dish that you’ll love.

Photo: madichan

Pasta is one of my favorite things to cook. It’s extremely versatile and can be flavored all sorts of different ways depending on what you’re craving, what you have in your pantry, or what time of year it is. During the summer, a nice light pasta is a great thing to have a on a hot day. Not only will the minimal cooking time keep you away from too much heat, but the smooth and light flavors won’t weigh you down. Read More


Cornmeal Casserole with Black Beans, Swiss Chard, and Parmesan Recipe

By Madeleine Ignon | July 11, 2011

Photo: Madeleine Ignon

Photo: Madeleine Ignon

101 Cookbooks is among my favorite cooking blogs. Heidi Swanson’s vegetarian recipes are always inventive and the photography is beautiful. I found this recipe-a sort of polenta casserole cake-when I searched for things to do with cornmeal (besides make cornbread), and I made it for a dinner party. With only a few ingredients and a relatively short baking time, it falls under my favorite category of Easy/Cheap/Delicious. Read More

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