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by Caitlin Saniga

Masala peanuts

I never would have thought of nuts as a whole side dish, but these peanuts are up to the task. I served mine with bowls of coconut curry corn chowder.

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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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by Sarah Steimer

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The original recipe called for fennel at the bottom of the pan, but fennel isn’t always my favorite. I loved the fish with the onions (which also picked up the glaze beautifully) and would even suggest adding broccoli as well.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Kale and roasted cauliflower salad with lemon-tahini dressing

As Sarah has advised in the past, if you want tender kale, give it a little massage. Or if you’ve had a stressful day, wad it up in your palm and squeeze it with all your might. The pressure beaks down kale’s tough cellulose structure. But be good to your food. Whisper “thank you” to your greens when you’re done.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Gingery heirloom tomato salad with watermelon, mozzarella and arugula

This is an upscale restaurant-quality dish, made especially wonderful by the umami ginger dressing. You’ll have fun creating new flavor combos with each bite and want to lick the plate clean when you’re done.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Grilled tenderloin

The mustard-curry sauce formed a nice crispy crust on the grill, but the center of the meat stayed moist and tender. Next time, I might serve this dish with saffron rice and mint or mango chutney. And grilled peaches for dessert is a must.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Barley salad with corn, red beans and black-eyed peas

This salad has a nice mix of healthy ingredients: grains, proteins and fresh vegetables. It’s definitely feel-good food.


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