This quick stir-fry is really nicely seasoned, almost like your favorite Thai resaurant! Serve with basmati or jasmine rice for a perfect meal.
The great thing about this rub is that you can adjust it pretty much any way you like: add cumin, more paprika, more chile powder, or some orange peel.
What a perfect winter dessert! Seasonal citrus pairs up with pineapple and shredded coconut in a simple, not too sweet fruit salad. Note that it only takes a few minutes to prepare, but it's best when allowed to sit for a couple of hours to let the flavors develop.
The addition of rolled oats makes this an excellent smoothie for breakfast-time, and will keep your stomach from rumbling until lunch.
These sliders are real people-pleasers - they're not only fun to eat, but easy to make!
This is a simple, hearty, wholesome salad. You might try doubling the dressing so you have some left over - it would be perfect on a green salad as well as this one.
These cupcakes take just a few minutes to make, and their flavor is over-the-top, intensely delicious!
These indulgent sandwiches make a great weekend lunch. Try tempeh bacon if you want to keep it meat-free.
This smoothie is just the right amount of sweet, and makes a great breakfast.
Crispy potatoes and a sauce made from white wine, lemon, and herbs top this delicious, filling pizza.
This is the easiest home-made macaroni and cheese you'll ever make - just one pot, no baking, and no sauce-making!
We think of pesto as a summertime food, but this easy version uses kale with some parsley to give you fresh pesto, even when there's no basil in sight!
Baby spinach or butter lettuce would also go great in this unexpected salad.
Initially reducing the grapefruit juice by half will concentrate its flavor and give the curd's citrus taste more of a punch, as well as a deeper flavor. You can use regular sugar or honey here, but avoid maple syrup or brown sugar, or the curd will look muddy. In a pretty jar, this would make an excellent gift (if you can bear to part with it!)
Fondue is such a fun (and delicious!) way to get friends and family together! This easy recipe will get it on the table in no time.
This stewed chicken is cooked in a richly-spiced, citrus-y sauce. Be sure to leave yourself enough time to marinate the chicken!
This would be great served instead of a salad with pizza or pasta or other Italian meals. Omit the strips of salami for a vegetarian dish.
When mellowed by roasting, using two entire heads of garlic seems perfectly reasonable! This broccoli dish is a real crowd-pleaser.
Creamy and full-bodied, this soup is perfect ladled over chunks of day-old bread and drizzled with olive oil.
Cara Cara oranges are a variety of nevel orange, and they are less acidic and sweeter thatn typical oranges. They have ruby red flesh which make them a great ingredient to use during the holidays, adding a bright, festive flash or color to your table when you want it to look its best.
This is a cheery, filling salad, full of texture and bursts of flavor. A bonus is that it's a snap to prepare.
This crunchy, brightly-colored salad has a touch of spice from fresh ginger and shallot dressing. If you don't have any bulgur on hand, feel free to substitute rice, quinoa, or couscous, and if Cara Cara oranges aren't available, use navels.
This dish is almost like a tagine-style stew, and highlights persimmons wonderfully. Serve with some basmati rice to soak up the sauce.
You can make this tasty and unique salsa up to 4 hours ahead of time. Just keep covered in the refrigerator, and bring to room temperature before serving. Serve with tortilla chips or roasted chicken.
These easy fruit bars make wonderful use of late-fall fruits.
This is the easiest, moistest cake ever, and is endlessly adaptable. You can use regular lemons if that's what you have on hand, but Meyer lemons will lend this cake a lightly sweet and delicately tart flavor that's incomparable.
First made in Shaker communities, Shaker lemon pies use the entire lemon. This makes Meyer lemons, which are sweeter, less acidic and have thinner skins, the perfect lemon for this pie. If you enjoy candied citrus peels and the lingering bitterness of lemons, you will love this pie! Keep in mind, the lemons need to macerate for 24 hours, so plan ahead.
Incredibly versatile, this chutney can be used in dozens of ways. A few ideas: stir into brown rice, serve with sautéed greens, on top of a poached egg with a drizzle of soy sauce, spooned ont a baked potato... You get the picture! If Meyer lemons aren't available, use regular ones - just keep in mind it will turn out a bit more tart.
This is quite the cookie made as written, but is also a great candidate for add-ins. Imagine dried cherries, chunks of toffee, or peppermint candy pieces!
Tender, buttery, and not too sweet, these simple no-bake cookies will be welcome at any gathering!