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by Sarah Steimer

Beet ravioli with goat cheese and pesto

These ravioli are so simple to make and, clearly, very beautiful. It just takes a little patience to create each ravioli, but the result is visually stunning and quite delicious.

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by Sarah Steimer

Grilled chicken salad with garlic confit

I’m so glad a neighbor gave me two very packed bags of arugula, because it gave me an excuse to make this salad! I also now want to put garlic confit on everything. I’m sort of hoarding the rest of the dressing in my fridge right now.


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by Sarah Steimer

Nettle pesto

I tried nettle pesto for the first time last year at a yoga retreat in Indiana. I don’t know if it was the full day of down dogs and warriors, but the nettle pesto tasted amazing at dinner one evening. It also only traveled a matter of yards from the grounds to our table. I spotted a bunch of nettles at the farmer’s market late this spring and immediately whipped up a similar batch. It was just as satisfying as the first time I tried it.

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by Sarah Steimer

Moroccan-spiced lamb kebabs

Bill was in the mood for some kebabs, and he landed on this well-spiced lamb recipe. He found the recipe, cooked it up and let me snap photos — and claim at least a teensy bit of credit. We had these kebabs with the chickpea salad I posted Monday, and it was the perfect complement.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Peanut noodles with celery leaves

This was a fantastic recipe — simple, fast and super-flavorful. One note: When shopping for celery, look for bunches with dark green leaves. Pale or bright green leaves can be bitter.

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by Sarah Steimer

Guacamole deviled eggs

Guacamole is taken very, very seriously in my apartment. Which means I was both excited and a little nervous to add it to eggs. The result? Pop-in-our-mouth good.

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by Sarah Steimer

Cauliflower and red pepper balls over polenta, spinach and caramelized onions

These nonmeatballs are so full of flavor and really relatively quick to whip up. I really love cauliflower and am always happy to learn another way to prepare it. This recipe is getting filed away for later use, for sure. I an even see them being used in a pita (sort of like falafel) or over a salad.

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by Caitlin Saniga | photo by Joel Hawksley

Lemon-ricotta campenelle with toasted walnuts

This pasta is a great make-ahead meal for work lunches. I packed it as a lunch for a week straight: Each day I’d bring one large container of pasta and one small container of extra olive oil for drizzling. I mixed the walnuts in with the large original batch, so they softened over time, but I didn’t really mind it because they maintained lots of toasted flavor. If you prefer your walnuts to have some crunch, pack them separately.

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by Sarah Steimer

Simple beef meatballs with a white wine and chive tomato sauce

This is the meatball recipe my mom has always used. It’s simple enough to whip together in a hurry — and one of the first meals I think I remember mom letting me “make” (i.e. mush the ingredients together and roll into balls). I probably also made these meatballs for all of my roommates. The only difference today? I created a new sauce.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Mushrooms always reduce in size when they cook. This recipe could easily be doubled for larger portions or for larger parties.

Mushrooms always reduce in size when they cook. This recipe could easily be doubled for larger portions or for larger parties.

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