Alexa Weibel

Tomato Butter
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The uses for this herby, garlicky, tomato-y butter are endless: Melt a pat on a steak, fish, or scallops, or serve it with crusty bread and watch it disappear.
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Toasting the walnuts brings out their rich, nutty flavor and adds more crunch to this healthy side.
Sundae Breakfast Waffles
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Treat yourself to this indulgent breakfast.
Seasoned, baked chicken skin is the crunchy snack you didn't know you needed in life.
Sweet nectarines pair with slightly spicy steak for a refreshingly bright taco.
Crispy Fried Poblano Tacos
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Packed with veggies and cheese and topped with store-bought salsa and queso, these tacos will satisfy everyone—especially the chef.
Never find a shriveled up piece of ginger root in your fridge again.
Who knew you could enjoy the vegetable part of a salad more than the meat part?
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Go Green!
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The season's first peas. Handfuls of herbs. Allll the asparagus. This spring, we're leaning into all things green.
Enjoy this classic Italian treat with vanilla ice cream and fresh tarragon leaves for a real treat.
Keep boiled eggs on hand to make this an even quicker dish to throw together. Just chop, toss, and enjoy!
This nutty, Thai twist on pasta is pretty and delicious.
Garden Mojito
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Lime, rum, and allll the leafy green herbs. Cheers to that!
Toss together a salad. Cook up a fillet. Voila! Dinner is served, and it's deliciously fresh.
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Forget pizza dough. Chard is the new way to serve sausage, cheese, and marinara. Roll 'em up for a delicious, in-season dinner.
They're delicious and expensive, but to avoid eating them hard or mushy, follow these tips.
Who needs a stock pot when making soup is this easy?
Tomato-Beet Borscht
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For a fun party starter, serve this soup in little glasses. (Unless you have white carpet.)
Corn-Saffron Soup
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A healthy pinch of saffron bumps up the flavor—and color—of this sunny soup.
The most delicious use for that can of pumpkin puree in the back of your cabinet. (Yes, that one.)
You probably have everything you need to make this delicious soup right now. Except for chorizo. Go buy that, then come back and make this. Immediately.
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Spinach-Pea Soup
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Make a big batch of this soup at the beginning of the week for an easy grab-and-go lunch option.
Bourbon-Cranberry Smash
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This holiday cocktail has got it all: bourbon, cranberries, rosemary, and a whole lotta spirit!
In his latest book, Middle Eastern food master Yotam Ottolenghi gives you permission to be lazy.