Feta tapenade tarte soleil – smitten kitchen. Fully preoccupied with coming up with fun new shapes for my favorite cookie a few weeks ago, I went deep into a YouTube cooking show rabbit hole and emerged somewhere in France, where a twisted pastry that goes by the name tarte soleil stopped me in my tracks, and zipped itself right to the top of the Must!
Cook! Now! List. It looks like it would take tweezer-level pastry cheffing to pull off, or at least some advanced mathematics. You’d imagine that this recipe would begin with a bracket of instructions labelled “Day One:” and you’d close the tab immediately. Which is the other reason this, to me, is the fitting-est thing to make this week as it’s both great party food (you get to grab those radiant beams by the crunchy ends and sweep them through a bowl of whipped lemony feta before chomping down, yess) and an upbeat celebration of the sun itself, which as of last week’s solstice, we’re finally going to see more of again as we tilt towards the light. Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Cauliflower and caramelized onion tart – smitten kitchen. I realize that — short of admitting that I dislike most flourless chocolate cakes and hamburgers generally don’t do it for me — this is going to be one of the most ridiculous things I have ever said but here it goes anyway: sometimes I forget to taste all of this delicious food.
I get busy, you see. Mushroom and farro soup – smitten kitchen. Barely two weeks ago, I used the following phrases to describe soup: “vegetables boiled to death,” “assaulted with too much cream,” “whatever healthy things in there cannot be tasted,” and even “what must have been a practical joke” about an especially awful one I’d ordered recently.
I admitted that I found soup boring, and my relationship to it has been on especially unstable terms this year after repeated disappointments. We then proceeded to eat soup for dinner for the next 14 days. What happened? It turns out that baked potato soup is a gateway drug, in that when we finished it, we wanted more soup. Different soup. After the potato soup, we moved onto a tomato-y cabbage soup that we enjoyed, but I can assure you that the recipe isn’t ready for prime time and black bean pumpkin soup, one of our all-time favorites from the archives. Quick and Easy Pressure Cooker Black Beans With Chorizo Recipe. Peperonata (Sweet Bell Peppers With Olive Oil, Onion, and Tomatoes) Recipe. No-Waste Tacos de Carnitas with Salsa Verde. Italian Chicken Pasta Salad Recipe : Geoffrey Zakarian. The Ultimate Rich and Creamy Vegan Ramen With Roasted Vegetables and Miso Broth. The Best Barbecue Beans.
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At a good Italian delicatessen, you will be able to find the peppers and sliced meats as well as a crusty loaf that will hold all the fixings. Prep Time: 25 minutes Cook Time: 0 minutes Servings: 8 1/4 cup red wine vinegar 1 tsp. dried oregano 1/2 tsp. dry mustard Salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 loaf Italian bread with sesame seeds, about 24 inches long, cut in half lengthwise 1/2 cup seeded and chopped pepperoncini 1/2 cup seeded and chopped cherry peppers 2 cups finely shredded iceberg lettuce 4 tomatoes, thinly sliced 5 oz. thinly sliced salami 5 oz. thinly sliced cappicola 5 oz. thinly sliced salami cotto 5 oz. thinly sliced mortadella 5 oz. thinly sliced provolone cheese In a small bowl, combine the vinegar, oregano, mustard, salt and pepper.
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