To save time, start marinating the chicken the night before you plan to serve these delicious wraps. It can marinate up to 24 hours.
This is a quick but oh so delicious soba dish, perfect for a warm night when you don't want to spend a lot of time heating up the kitchen.
Equally delicious over rice or mixed baby greens, this stir-fry is really easy and really flavorful!
What feels better on a chilly evening than bright, vibrant and warming carrot ginger soup?
Really simple and packed with flavors.
Two fall favorites combine for a colorful dish that is sweet, pungent, and perfect for a fall evening.
This is not a fancy or refined macaroni and cheese; this is mac and cheese straight from childhood, just yummy and cheesy!
A perfectly light and fresh summer tomato sauce to serve over pasta.
This grain-free dish is a favorite in the Willy Street Co-op's Delis. If you prepare it with gluten-free Dijon mustard, the final dish will be gluten-free.
A tart and sweet twist on traditional chicken salad, and a great way to use leftover chicken.
Grapefruit, brown sugar, and spices coat pork tenderloin and turn into a caramelized, flavorful crust.
A tasty way to get kids--or anyone--to eat more veggies!
Fragrant, saucy lamb is ladled over orzo with loads of chopped parsley, then topped with generous amounts of feta and kalamata olives in this hearty, Greek (-inspired) meal. This crowd-worthy dish is easy enough to make (just two dirty pots!), but doesn’t taste that way.
A delicious meal in a bowl.
Thai-style food that is almost as easy as take-out!
A great recipe from Cynthia Lair’s fabulous book, “Feeding the Whole Family.”
An easy, family-pleasing favorite, or take it to your next gathering.
Green garlic is just young garlic, so the taste is milder and, depending on how young it is, usually isn’t encased in papery skin that needs to be peeled. Simply cut off the roots, and slice like an onion. You can eat the stalks as well, like scallions.
This golden, savory chicken cooked in a skillet with fresh herbs is a perfect spring dinner.
This sauce can be eaten as a cold or hot soup, or as a sauce over whole-wheat noodles or brown rice!
Originally this fabulous Luna Circle Farm CSA recipe called for sorrel, but can really be made with any flavorful leafy green. Experiment with your favorites! -SR
This hearty, delicious pizza, loaded with smoky grilled eggplant and provolone, can serve as a stepping stone for you into the exciting world of grilling pizzas!
This is a seriously fast meal. Throw some vegetables on the grill with the pork skewers, and you’ll have dinner on the table in 20 minutes.
Hearty portabella mushrooms are great for BBQs since they're sturdy enough to hold up on the grill. This version, served loaded with red onion, tomato, avocado, and Swiss cheese, calls for marinating the caps in a balsamic and soy sauce mixture for maximum flavor.
This meal-sized salad is summer on a plate.
Skirt steak is a great steak for grilling - it tastes great and is less expensive. Since it's a lean cut, be sure not to overcook it -- nothing past medium. Look for a thicker piece.
Skirt steak and sweet fried peppers are infused with garlic in this pasta dish. Makes enough for a crowd!
Using the Co-op's pizza dough makes this so easy! The following recipe is quite minimal, so use this as a starting point - try a more traditional one with tomato sauce, or pesto, and add meat if you like, or more vegetables. Once you've grilled pizza, you won't want to turn the oven on for the rest of the summer.
If you don't have a grill or the space for one, a ridged, cast-iron grill pan works great. Heat over medium-high heat, and cook the tuna for 4-6 minutes, turning once.
Adding a generous amount of shredded zucchini to these burgers ensures that they'll stay juicy on the grill.
Suggestions: Try all kinds of veggies like shredded carrot, minced red pepper, thinly sliced scallions. Top with a dab of chutney or your favorite sweet jam.
Gumbo z'herbes is a southern Louisiana dish that's traditionally served on Good Friday durning Lent. Traditional recipes called for seven different types of greens for good luck. This version starts wih a roux base that will add a lot of depth of flavor, and you won't miss the meat.
This breakfast casserole filled with cubes of ham and asparagus spears is easy to make, but looks elegant, and would be great for a weekend brunch.
Give this one a try--You will never miss the meat!
"Crusty, strong-textured ciabatta is the ideal bread. The holes drink in the juice, but the bread is strong enough that it won't fall apart. These big stuffed breads look great, taste great, and are invariably messy to eat. Tomatoes of choice are Brandywines, Striped Germans, Carmellos, and Costoluto Genovese." - Deborah Madison
Nicely spicy and vegan if made with tofu.
A Southern favorite that is a New Year's tradition.
Pot roast is typically a weekend dinner, requiring loads of time in the oven. Scented with rosemary and thyme, these delicious, individual-sized ones speed up the process to get dinner on the table in under two hours, most of which is hands-off time on the oven. This makes a great meal on its own, or with some good bread and a salad.
Try this sandwich spread for a change of pace at lunch time!
Irish tradition meets English in this recipe.
This is like a giant rolled dumpling, with a spinach filling. A potato dough reminiscent of gnocchi is rolled around the filling, then the whole thing is wrapped in cheesecloth, boiled in salted water, and served hot, in spiral-patterned slices.
This dish was created by Jeremy Johnson, Willy West's Meat Manager Extraordinaire. A nice hands-off recipe, this is great served with mashed potatoes or roasted sweet potatoes.
This salad combines the wonderful flavors of jicama and avocado with refreshing citrus. However, contrasting textures make this recipe really sing. Crisp and refreshing, this salad is a great light dinner on its own, but is also perfect paired with jerked pork (or tofu) for a tropical evening at home. Mango margaritas, anyone?
These tacos are so easy to make, they’re sure to become a weeknight staple. The chimichurri adds a bright, tangy, and garlicky flavor that complements the black beans and kale nicely.
Make this dish as mild or spicy as you like. Vary the type and amount of vegetables to your own taste as well.
Comfort food that's just a little spicy.
This one-pot meal is light and can be served hot or cold, great for spring. The rice is soft and subtly flavored with saffron.
Seared for just a few minutes in a hot pan, then spread with a quick, very good tapenade before going in the oven for just 5 minutes, these lamb chops will be on the table in less than a half hour! Throw together a salad, and dinner is served.
Delicious sun-dried tomato butter makes this easy meal extra-special.
Swapping out full-flavored lamb for the usual mild veal, this is a twist on the classic Italian stew with tomatoes, carrots, and onions.