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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 Caitlin Saniga

Carrot ginger dressing

This carrot ginger dressing looks and tastes striking with fresh greens, shaved zucchini, edamame, you name it.

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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

Grilled bread salad with sweet peppers and onions

A grilled bread salad might sound sort of dry, but this dish had the perfect amount of dressing. It was so easy to make, too! The hardest part was remembering what I had to pick up from the grocery store.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Two trends I've noticed with my summer cooking lately: It's super-colorful, and everything's topped with fresh corn kernels. I love the sweetness and pop of fresh corn, and have been adding it to all sorts of dishes — salads, salsas, chilled soups, rice bowls ...

Two trends I’ve noticed with my summer cooking lately: It’s super-colorful, and everything’s topped with fresh corn kernels. I love the sweetness and pop of fresh corn, and have been adding it to all sorts of dishes — salads, salsas, chilled soups, rice bowls …

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by Caitlin Saniga

Shaved candy cane beets and tomatoes with spicy oregano

I’ve always wanted to make something with candy cane beets because they’re so gorgeous. I knew that roasting and other heavy heat methods of cooking can mute the striped pattern, so I thought that if I sliced the beets thinly enough, they wouldn’t need to be cooked as much. The super-fine raw beets weren’t bad, but in the end I decided to steam them, which helped. Placing them in a single layer encouraged them to soften quickly and preserved the pretty red-and-white pattern.

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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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