You don't need to till a big plot of land or even live near a farmers’ market to enjoy the lively flavors of a summer garden. With a mere pot or two, fresh herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers are just a snip away.
In Season: Like other hard-shelled winter squash, spaghetti squash is harvested in the early fall. It keeps for months in cool storage, so it's available in markets throughout the winter and spring.What to Look For: Mature spaghetti squash is oblong in shape with a creamy-yellow shell. Choose firm squash that's free of soft spots and feels heavy for its size.How to Store: Uncut spaghetti squash keeps well in a cool, dry place for up to one month.
It’s easy to serve a leisurely summer meal to a big group of friends when you employ our make-ahead strategies for this sumptuous spread of meze dishes. These recipes are so easy, you can make all of them for your dinner party -- or simply pick and choose your favorites.