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Grilled Sweet Corn on the Cob with Basil Butter Recipe

Grilled Sweet Corn on the Cob with Basil Butter Recipe 0

One of the many joys of summer is fresh, sweet corn on the cob. While always delicious steamed or boiled, we love it cooked on the grill and then slathered with a fresh basil  compound butter. So good!
  • Rebecca Sears
Fresh Pea Risotto with Mint

Fresh Pea Risotto with Mint 0

Fresh garden peas are a wonderful Spring treat, one of the first vegetables to arrive and the first to leaveThis risotto recipe provides creamy comfort alongside the freshness mint and the sweetness of the final pea harvest. Delicious.
  • Rebecca Sears
Beef Carpaccio with Arugula and Parmesan

Beef Carpaccio with Arugula and Parmesan 0

This recipe celebrates the texture and flavor contrasts between high-quality ingredients. The delicate texture of the thinly sliced beef is enhanced when enjoyed with the crunch of the arugula and pine nuts. The acidity of the lemon juice is balanced by the sweet cherry tomatoes, the peppery arugula and rich, salty cheese. 
  • Rebecca Sears
Vitamin and Antioxidant-Packed Fresh Spinach Smoothie

Vitamin and Antioxidant-Packed Fresh Spinach Smoothie 0

Popeye was really on to something! Spinach is a healthy green is full of vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. It's a good source of vitamins A, B2, C and K, and also contains magnesium, manganese, folate, iron, calcium and potassium. Here's a quick and tasty smoothie recipe to enjoy the goodness that spinach has to offer.
  • Rebecca Sears
Simple Radish Salad

Simple Radish Salad 0

One of the delights of Spring is the fast growing radish. While the radish looks small and sweet, it packs a real palate punch with its crisp crunch and peppery flavor. Here's an easy recipe that celebrates the radish rather than relegating it to a garnish.
  • Rebecca Sears
Haddock Florentine

Haddock Florentine 0

This is the time of year when warming days signal cravings for freshly grown vegetables, but cool nights still call for comfort food. This recipe combines cool crop spinach and fresh haddock with a piping hot and creamy sauce. The perfect Spring marriage!
  • Rebecca Sears