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by Caitlin Saniga

Pasta with roasted red pepper sauce, kale, and chickpeas

I’ve been making this little sauce and pouring it on everything I can think of: grains, legumes, salads. It’s all good.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Artichoke-red pepper flaky pastry pies

A recent trip to a Middle Eastern grocery store in my neighborhood has had me thinking about seasonings like dill and sumac — a deep maroon-colored spice with a sparkly, citrusy flavor. I sprinkled a bit of each into this lovely mix of marinated artichoke hearts and smokey red peppers, and the combination was dynamite — made even better when folded inside flaky, golden puff pastry.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Mmm. This is one of my favorite salads of late. Is it just me, or does the dressing kind of soften the kale when the two are tossed together? I also love the variety of textures: leafy kale, crunchy almonds, crisp onions, soft feta, plump farro — so wonderful together.

Mmm. This is one of my favorite salads of late. Is it just me, or does the dressing kind of soften the kale when the two are tossed together? I also love the variety of textures: leafy kale, crunchy almonds, crisp onions, soft feta, plump farro — so wonderful together.

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by Sarah Steimer

Chickpea, quinoa and feta salad with dill

The original recipe called for barley, not quinoa, but I was aiming to use what I already had in the pantry. You could also probably use rice or another available grain.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Cantaloupe gazpacho with cucumber salsa and feta

Gazpacho can be so refreshing this time of year — and I don’t know about you, but it’s been about 90 bajillion degrees in Providence lately. This version incorporates cantaloupe in the mix. I’ve also dried a gazpacho with watermelon.

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by Sarah Steimer

Greens with pasta, artichokes, salame and beans

I grabbed a beautiful bag of greens (grown in the city!) at a farmer’s market recently and wanted to highlight it beyond just throwing them in a bowl. The salame can be optional here, I honestly just had a craving! It could certainly be made meatless and have the same impact.

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by Sarah Steimer

Mediterranean chickpea salad

This is based off a side salad Bill and I often order at one of our favorite burger joints, The Bad Apple. I mostly guessed blindly, but it turned out quite well.

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