Eating what's in season is the best way to ensure your meals will be super fresh and flavorful. A bonus is that in-season produce will save money on groceries. Some of the fruits and vegetables coming into season now (or soon!) are avocados, asparagus, leeks, kumquats, mango, peas, radishes, and rhubarb. Bring spring's bounty to your table with these scrumptious recipes, and shop our favorite picks to get cooking.
Cook and serve these delicious brunch recipes from the pages of Country Living magazine. Choose from Potato Manchego Casserole and Almond Cinnamon Buns, or keep it light with Citrus Salad with Hazelnut-Dijon Dressing. Prep Times: Ranging from 10 minutes to 2 hours (including cook time)
Quiches are the perfect springtime food. The weather is cool enough that turning on the oven doesn't seem like a burden, and it makes use of the lovely vegetables that are starting to appear at the farmer's markets.
This cocktail is a splendid way to celebrate the end of winter and the start of a new growing season. The sweet and sour kumquats lend a tart citrus flavor to a simple syrup, along with some lemongrass, for a perfectly balanced zing.
Greek yogurt infused with creamy honey is folded into sweet whipped cream and comes together as an elegant dessert that takes hardly any effort at all. The best part is that you can do this days in advance, so if you are entertaining, that makes one less thing to worry about.
Healthy, tasty, and in taco form? You bet. These tacos are delicious as a post-workout meal, or if you just want to take a break from meat or fish. The best part, like with any taco, is that you can customize it any way you wish.
Here's a recipe for a thick and creamy smoothie that is packed with nutritious, seasonal produce and some seriously satisfying coconut milk (hello, healthy fats!). It will keep your hunger at bay for hours.