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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 Sarah Steimer

Grilled skirt steak with tomatoes

Bill and I had one of those great, lazy Sundays where we just wandered around a few Chicago neighborhoods until we were ready to eat dinner. He decided on this recipe and we had a little kitchen/grill collaboration on a gorgeous late afternoon — complete with some hoppy brews from Ohio left by a friend.

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by Sarah Steimer

Blueberry balsamic vinaigrette

Looks like a smoothie, right? I served this vinaigrette over spicy greens and grilled salmon. What to do with the rest? I’m thinking a salad with chicken and goat cheese, or perhaps even as a dip with a cheese and baguette plate?

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 by Sarah Steimer

Miso and sriracha deviled eggs

These might be my favorite deviled eggs of the group. I love the saltiness of the miso and soy sauce complimenting the easy smoothness of the egg white. Definitely something that could make your Easter table a little more exciting.

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by Sarah Steimer

naparadish

Do try to find watermelon radishes if you can! The bright splash of pink looks gorgeous in this green and gold slaw.

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by Sarah Steimer

Sauerkraut deviled eggs with thyme

The best parts of your deviled eggs don’t have to be tucked into the filling — they can be sprinkled on top like the thyme and smoked paprika on these eggs.

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by Sarah Steimer

Kale and Brussels sprouts salad

This may look like a boring salad, but it’s surprisingly complex. The original recipe called for Tuscan kale, but I used a more traditional curly kale that I found at the farmer’s market. Tuscan may be a milder version, but the Dijon dressing in this recipe helps tame any kale’s bitterness.

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