We’re here for you again with deliciously doable dinners for every weeknight. The recipes take less than an hour of mostly hands-off time, many cook much quicker than that but may require constant stirring. Yes, there will be pasta. Come the weekend, we’re breaking out the grill and frying some chicken -- it's a holiday after all! Visit us every week for dinnertime inspiration.
Monday: Late-Summer Vegetable Soup
Make some for now and freeze some for later. This chock-full-of-summer-bounty soup is so delicious it'll also brighten chilly evenings.
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TUESDAY: Chicken-Mozzarella Melts with Cherry Tomatoes
Who doesn't love tomatoes and mozzarella? Here we pair cherry tomatoes with their favorite cheese but cook the tomatoes with piquant peppadew peppers and also invite quick-cooking chicken paillards to the party.
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WEDNESDAY: Pork Rib Chops with Sweet Peppers and Basil
Build a meal around three basic components, protein (pork), vegetable (bell peppers), and an herb (basil for another blast of summer). This dinner makes for fast-track shopping and cooking -- it takes less than 30 minutes. Serve with polenta or rice.
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THURSDAY: Tuna and White Bean Salad with Eggs
Because every week needs a super salad. Because every week needs a dinner that comes together in 20 minutes or less. Streamline this meal further by cooking the hard-boiled eggs ahead of time.
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FRIDAY: Campanelle with Corn, Scallions, and Arugula
Start the weekend well and also end the week in style with this luscious dinner that's part corn chowder and part pasta salad. Campanelle is a short fluted pasta, shaped just right for catching sauce. If you don't have any on hand, use orechiette.
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SATURDAY: Spicy Grilled Shrimp
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SUNDAY: Fried Chicken, Wyebrook Style
For a holiday weekend, what is more apt than a big platter of fried chicken? This fabulous version, from our friends at Wyebrook Farm, is soaked in buttermilk, onion, and garlic before being battered and fried. A light touch of lavender flowers and local honey makes a smashing garnish. Potato salad is optional, grilled corn compulsory.
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