This light brunch menu is full of first-of-the-season ingredients. It's perfect for Easter or a spring baby or bridal shower.
This sophisticated meal awakens the palate with first-of-the-season herbs and tender greens. In just a few minutes, scallops are seared and served over garlicky arugula and spinach; the satisfying pasta side dish uses only a handful of ingredients.
Warm up cool spring nights with hearty pork chops smothered in onions. A salad of sugar snap peas and radishes makes a refreshing addition and signals spring.
This spread of Spanish-inspired dishes creates a lovely yet simple departure from the norm with a saffron-infused potato omelet, asparagus with sherry vinegar, and roasted piquillo peppers -- sangria optional.
This menu is elegant enough for a celebration, but comes together easily. Everything but the drinks and the entree can be prepared a day in advance; all that's left to do in the minutes before the meal is some simple cooking and assembling.
This classic menu starts with a baked ham coated with a sweet yet tart citrus glaze, and ends with a lemon cake and bunny-shaped sugar cookies.
Trout Grenobloise is traditionally topped with a lemony sauce, capers, and homemade croutons. It is served alongside sauteed spinach and white beans and mixed field greens.
This quick, colorful spaghetti supper showcases the season's first peas, zucchini, and basil; garlicky sauteed shrimp and a last-minute sprinkle of Parmesan complete the meal.
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