You can make the souffles a day ahead and refrigerate them, covered, in the ramekins. To reheat, unmold the souffles and place them right side up on a rimmed baking sheet. Pour one-quarter cup heavy cream over top, and heat in
a 375-degree oven until heated through and cream is bubbling, about 12 minutes. Prepare the vegetables while the souffles are in the oven.
This all-purpose brine yields lip-smacking pickles that are salty, tangy, and just slightly sweet. The pickles make great Father's Day gifts when placed in jars adorned with our clip art designs printed on clear decal sheets.
A mandoline is ideal for slicing radishes into perfect thin rounds, but a sharp knife also works. The vegetables can be trimmed and sliced a few hours ahead. To keep them crisp, wait to toss them with the other ingredients until just before serving.
Steaming fish on a bed of basil gives it a nice flavor without adding calories. If you have a large bamboo steamer or a multilayer steamer, you can multiply the recipe. (The vinaigrette makes enough for four to six servings.) Halibut also works great with this technique; just steam the fish for three minutes before adding the peas.