This simple salad makes the most of spring and summer’s fresh produce but you can enjoy it year-round by replacing the fresh corn with thawed, frozen corn. The crispy bacon adds a nice crunch but omit it for a vegetarian treat. No fresh herbs on hand? No problem, use a teaspoon of your favorite dried → Hungry for more?
Tomatoes are a great edible joy of summer. I know I’m a little early here, but with farm markets opening across the country you might be able to find a few perfect previews to put to use in this salad. Look for plump tomatoes with smooth, shiny skin and no blemishes. They’re available in → Hungry for more?
Making a vinaigrette is more technique than recipe. Once you know the basics, you’re free to mix up the ingredients (pun intended) to suit your tastes. Vinaigrettes consist of a fat and an acid. The fat is typically oil. Acids include vinegars and citrus juices like orange, lemon and lime. Oil and vinegar don’t → Hungry for more?