Pork rinds folded into the salad and sprinkled on top provide a pleasant crunch while field peas bring an earthy sweetness to this creamy side dish.
To make a family-size cobbler, keep the sausage filling in the cast-iron braiser and dollop the biscuit dough all over the top. Bake as directed.
Store-bought gnocchi makes for an easy weeknight dinner that’s packed full of fresh tomato flavor.
We didn’t think we could like succotash any more—until we fried it. We recommend covering your skillet with a mesh splatter guard, as the moisture in the corn can cause the oil to lightly pop.
A hybrid of ratatouille and grilled cheese, this pimiento cheese and vegetable layered tart is excellent served with a side of leafy greens or a fried egg for brunch.
Caramelizing onions takes a bit of patience, but they’re easy to make and their sweet flavor is worth the time.