Deviled eggs are a popular dish to serve around Easter festivities. Anyone can tweak the classic mayonnaise-based recipe to spice it up a little. But if you’re looking for a whole new flavor, I’ve got just the recipe for you. With tuna, olives, tomato, and mustard mixed with the hard boiled yolks, not only will the taste of these “Confit Tuna and Olive Deviled Eggs” impress, but the colorful presentation will be a welcome sight this spring!
June is a month of transition: the height of spring slowly creeps towards the heat of summer. Flowers are in full bloom as the sun shines brighter for longer days and shorter nights. There are some flavors and combinations of flavors that epitomize this shift in seasons perfectly. A few of my favorites are citrus and floral notes, which are both in abundance in this delicious vodka-based cocktail recipe: Bloomin’ June.
Take a gander at all the seasonal produce in the grocery stores this May! Stone fruits and berries are beginning to make their grand appearance, and some delicate greens are thriving in these springtime months. Before we get to the full list of fresh vegetables, fruits, and herbs in season, enjoy this meditation from Thomas Hardy entitled “Growth in May”:
We’ve wrestled ourselves from Old Man Winter’s wispy and withering grip! In the coming month of April, we are firmly in Springtime territory. Thank goodness we’ve got some more produce to work with; it’s time to freshen up our meal rotation. Here’s what’s in season in the mid-Atlantic region:
Today is the first day of spring! If it’s still cold and snowy where you live, surely you’ve noticed the daylight lasting longer, and that alone is a cause for celebration. The recipe below, called salmagundi, is the perfect recipe to ring in spring on a full belly.
After the Mid-Atlantic got some very weird, late-springlike weather in February, I bet some produce will be coming in a little early. No matter where you are, the vernal equinox is approaching and the bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables is growing larger every day! Here is what’s in season in the mid-Atlantic region: