Snacks, Sides, and Starters
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Canal House's Marinated Zucchini Recipe on Food52
The marinated zucchini boats are bright and aromatic, and hang onto their fresh structure and sweetness. It's about the simplest, best summer recipe to make.
Roasted Tomatoes and Onions on Toast Recipe on Food52
This recipe involves sungolds and cherry tomatoes bathed in olive oil, spring onions instead of cipollinis, and husky cloves of garlic roasted.
Scalloped Potatoes With Caramelized Onions Recipe on Food52
This cheesy scalloped potatoes recipe is not your average potato dish, thanks to caramelized onions and a hit of bechamel. Make this for the holidays.
Rise and Shine Spiced Pink Grapefruit Brûlée
This recipe is delightful and my new go-to afternoon snack—easy, interesting, and healthy. And a slightly warm grapefruit is more satisfying and comforting than a chilled one on a winter day. Don't skimp on the sumac—it's delicious.
Banana, Coconut, Chocolate Chip Snack Bars Recipe on Food52
This Banana Coconut Bars recipe is moist, delicious and crumb-free, I can easily imagine it as a favorite "go-to" snack for travel. Note: This is a sweet recipe!
Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi's Basic Hummus Recipe on Food52
Most from-scratch ottolenghi hummus recipes involve simmering the chickpeas for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Ottolenghi and Tamimi's are done in 20 to 40 minutes.
Orange Blossom Candied Cranberries Recipe on Food52
This recipe makes bright, orange blossom candied cranberry gems that look beautiful in a glass bowl, and are so easy for your guests to pop in their mouths.
The State of Cheese
Wisconsin is home to some of the world's most-awarded cheeses, and the only Master Cheesemaker programs outside of Europe—meet the faces behind the magic (and grab some recipe inspo, too). #f52partner
Grilled Avocado "Guacamole" with Parmesan and Basil Recipe on Food52
Yes, the idea of grilling avocado seems really weird. But trust me: It's worth the risk. This "guacamole" is a warm, herby, cheesy spread that will make you think of avocados in a whole new light. Great for a backyard BBQ.
Grilled Marinated Tomatoes Recipe on Food52
Balance the inherent sweetness of summer’s tomatoes with piquant flavors of nuoc cham—lime, fish sauce, chili, and shallot—and a kiss from the grill. Because you want the tomatoes to soak up the marinade, it’s a good dish to prep before guests arrive. Serve alongside grilled fish, barbecued beef, and/or sticky rice.