Italian Wedding Soup I
Coming from Rhode Island, a very ethnic state, this soup was traditionally served at Italian weddings. Serve with grated Parmesan cheese.
Escarole and Beans
This is a creamy concoction of escarole and beans. It's rich, and it's divine! It's also best served with a warm crusty Italian bread.
Midwinter Greens Tonic
Prefer to drink your greens? Try them in this easy blender tonic with apple, honey, ginger, and lemon--no juicer required! For more fiber, skip the straining. Garnish with celery and lemon curls.
Fall Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette
This is a great starter for Thanksgiving dinner that is both delicious and festive.
Chef John's Beans and Greens
Beans and greens has it all: it's very easy and inexpensive to make; it's highly nutritious; it's soulful and comforting; and it can be served as a main course, side dish, soup, vegetable stew, or my personal favorite--as an appetizer. This is my new favorite home version, and uses delicious, beautiful escarole.
Greens and Beans
We serve this along with steak and a baked potato. You can drizzle some extra-virgin olive oil on top before serving. Serve with crusty Italian bread. Navy beans work in this, also.
California Italian Wedding Soup
This is my variation of a standard recipe. I like fresh basil and a little lemon rind, so those are basically my only changes. This is a quick and easy soup with flavors that impress all.
Italian Leafy Green Salad
Grapeseed oil is the secret to this salad. If you cannot find it, use olive oil. Preparation time is 15 Minutes. This recipe is from The WEBB Cooks, articles and recipes by Robyn Webb, courtesy of the American Diabetes Association.
Healthier Slow Cooker Beef Stew I
This hearty and delicious stew is perfect for the rainy days of fall. By adding more vegetables and using reduced-sodium beef broth I make this recipe extra healthy for my family. Increasing the amount of garlic also helps ward off any colds!
Belgian Endive au Gratin
Belgian endive (called 'witloof' in Dutch or 'chicon' in Belgian French) has an ivory-white head with pale yellow-edged, closely wrapped leaves, a mildly bitter flavor, and tender juicy texture.
Dad's Escarole and Bean Soup
This is a very easy and delicious soup recipe that my father started making and has since become a favorite of family and friends! You can add more or less garlic depending on your liking. Serve with Italian bread and Parmesan cheese.
Old World Escarole and Beans
After searching high and low for a soupy escarole and beans recipe, I finally created my own version. It tastes just like the appetizer I order at one of my favorite Italian restaurants in New York. It has a soupy consistency so best served in a bowl with a crusty bread for dipping. My husband asks me to make this every week. I promise you will love this recipe. The cooking technique removes the bitterness from the escarole while maintaining the firmness of the beans.