Baked in individual ramekins and served with grilled bread on the side for dipping, this classic French breakfast dish is also referred to "oefs en cocotte" or shirred eggs. It is a dish that may look super fancy, but is very simple to make.
Hatch peppers, also known as New Mexico chilies, add a little kick and flavor to the quesadilla. These peppers typically available only in August and September and are prized for their rich smoky and unique taste.
This vegetarian (and vegan) recipe uses beluga lentils, little black legumes that get their name for their resemblance to caviar. I combine the lentils with mushrooms, kale, sweet potato, and coconut curry sauce and serve them over a bed of jasmine rice.
This particular blended cocktail with a catchy name consists of rosé, vermouth and some pureed strawberries, which add just the right amount of sweetness. It's basically a rosé slushie with a cooler name.
Shishito peppers are interesting because when you eat them you play a game of Russian roulette: one in ten peppers are spicy and the rest are sweet. They are often served blistered as in the recipe here and they could not be easier to make.