Jessica Koslow’s popular restaurant, Sqirl, in Silver Lake is famous for several unique menu items. Eater named the ricotta toast with homemade seasonal jam one of the 20 most iconic dishes in Los Angeles, and Mark Bittman of The New York Times called the sorrel pesto rice bowl some “wickedly conceived breakfast food”. Another favorite, […]
As mentioned previously, I love Brussels sprouts, and usually find myself cooking them. This time of year, however, I love to enjoy them raw, and this incredibly easy and delicious recipe from Pamela Salzman is one of my favorite ways to do so.
I mentioned Pamela’s beyond delicious Roasted Delicata Squash and Apple Salad in my Holiday Dinner post, but I couldn’t help but feature it again. It was such a standout from the meal that I have been making it all winter, and literally cannot get enough.
I love finding dishes that, though light, are completely satisfying. Barrett from Valleybrink Road shared this winner with me and I was instantly hooked. Full of bright, beautiful flavors, and the presentation to match, it’s as gorgeous as it is delicious.
I am always on the hunt for light, delicious dishes, and Valleybrink Road’s Heirloom Tomato and Corn Salad definitely fits the bill. Super quick and easy, it’s the perfect go-to this time of year when corn is in season.
By now, you are quite familiar with my obsession with all things Valleybrink Road, and this recipe for Summer Squash with Pecorino and Lemon Vinaigrette is no exception. It is a beautiful combination of flavors and the perfect light summer dish. Enjoy!
As you all know by now, I love trying out recipes from Barrett of Valleybrink Road, and this Kale Salad with Serrano, Mint, and Breadcrumbs is no exception – it has become a spring staple in our house, and I absolutely can’t get enough!
Looking for the perfect summer salad? Pamela Salzman’s Watermelon and Tomato Salad with Feta and Mint is an absolute must. Light and refreshing, it is such delicious combinaton of flavors, and just the thing for the warm days and nights ahead.