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by Caitlin Saniga

Sauteed squash with kale pesto and walnuts

Droopy kale leaves and a bunch of small squash were my inspiration for this dish. It turned out lovely — flavorful and filling.

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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

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

Pita pizzas with mint-arugula pesto

In the mood for pizza, but don’t quite have the time to make dough? Use some pitas! I used whole wheat for this recipe, which made for perfect little personal ‘zas.

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by Caitlin Saniga

All of my favorite things in one dish! If raw zucchini isn't your thing, I suggest a quick, hot saute with a small splash of olive oil. Either way — delish!

All of my favorite things in one dish! If raw zucchini isn’t your thing, I suggest a quick, hot saute with a small splash of olive oil. Either way — delish!

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by Caitlin Saniga

Carrot soup with dill pesto

Carrots, dill and (usually) butter are a classic combo, but puree the carrots and dill separately and you’re on to something new.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Roasted sweet potatoes with chickpeas, dried cranberries and pesto

I love all of the opportunity a plain roasted sweet potato presents. The addition of pesto, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, quinoa and chickpeas make it magical.

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