We’re making crispy-skinned sea bass today with the most irresistible spicy tomato butter. It’s a simple summer recipe that hopefully becomes a staple in your kitchen.
In celebration of a “Summer of Sauvignon Blanc” with Geyser Peak Winery, I’m making a rustic herb marinated tomato panzanella salad to pair with a crisp glass of Sauvignon Blanc!
This creamy corn fettuccine is a summer dream! Minimal ingredients, sweet summer corn, fresh thyme from the garden, and lots of parmesan cheese. As for a slightly indulgent summer meal, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Because every party needs a quick, last-minute appetizer…I’m bringing you pan-fried halloumi cheese with olives & hazelnuts. It’s the perfect dish for everyone to nibble on before the main event.
Sharing an easy summer appetizer today – a grilled pepper tart with goat cheese & honey. It’s unique, yet so delicious…the perfect quick bite to start off any summer meal.
Combining two of my favorite summer produce staples: zucchini and strawberries. The result? A large platter of charred zucchini with pickled strawberry vinaigrette. Topped with shaves a parmesan cheese, fresh basil, and some toasted sunflower seeds. It is such a fresh + vibrant recipe that is easily thrown together for any summer gathering!
The essential summer recipe: grilled fish tacos. Making them once (or hopefully many, many times) during these hot months is absolutely necessary. They’ll transport you right to the California coast right in your own backyard. I’ve kept this recipe simple, yet super flavorful. They’re topped with a grilled pineapple salsa and a vibrant chile mayo, made with Spice Tribe’s smoky chile blend.
The very best grilled shrimp in a bold, spicy coconut milk broth. It’s a beyond simple, yet really impressive recipe that I think you’ll want to be grilling up all summer long!
Sharing one of my favorite breakfast dishes today: baked eggs with parsnips & walnut pesto. It’s healthy, satisfying, and has a “straight from the market” feel to it. Crispy parsnips mixed with lots of greens on the bottom, eggs baked until set and runny right on top, and then a vibrant, earthy toasted walnut pesto spooned over it all. I add a little goat cheese and more herbs right on top, too.