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While deliciously sweet Tango Mandarins can be peeled and eaten straight out of your hand, they are also exceptional additions to both salads and cooked dishes. In this recipe, we’ve paired them with Brussels Sprouts, Balsamic Vinaigrette, and roasted nuts. Their bright acidity and toothsome sweetness go perfectly with the smokiness of the Brussels Sprouts, the richness of the Balsamic Vinaigrette, and the salty crunch of the nuts. If you’re looking to take Veganuary into February, or searching for that perfect meatless-Monday meal, this dish is a quick and hearty option!
Pumpkin season is upon us! Now that it’s officially Fall it’s time to start making all your favorite pumpkin recipes! Instead of buying store-bought pumpkin purée, we suggest making your own homemade pumpkin pureé! We love making pumpkin purée because it’s super easy to make and adds a deeper, more interesting flavor to recipes than using canned pumpkin.
We’re getting into the last few weeks of the local summer produce season, which includes fan favorites like Brentwood corn and Hollister tomatoes. This summer dish combines some of the best flavors of summer into a light, colorful, and tasty side dish. It’s great to take along to picnics and barbecues because it’s perfect to serve cool or at room temp, and easy to scale up for larger parties.
Summer is berry season, and all four main varieties are sweet and delicious. Blackberries are the fourth most popular berry in the United States and can often be overlooked. But trust us, the sweet-tart taste of blackberries make a fabulous addition to many dishes, but our favorite right now is this blackberry goat cheese salad.
Hello, summer! We're all about watermelon lately and we aren't stopping yet! This vodka watermelon cocktail is the perfect drink for a warm, summer evening. This recipe is per cocktail, but it's super easy to adjust to make in a larger batches.
We’re loving watermelon this summer! It’s juicy, sweet and perfect for a hot day. While it’s great eaten on its own, especially as a side at a barbecue, it also makes a great ingredient in salads! This recipe combines the great flavors of summer watermelon, cucumbers, plus some added pepper flavor from the arugula.
Looking for an easy weeknight meal? Look no further than this insanely delicious roasted asparagus with barley and herb salad! This dish can be made as a main vegan/vegetarian dish or as a side and perfectly highlights the delicious flavor of the fresh, local California-grown asparagus that we’re getting right now. This recipe comes from the Martha Rose Shulman at NYT Cooking.
We love artichoke season and grilling might be our new favorite way to cook and devour them! This recipe is simple and requires only a few ingredients. The key to this recipe is using fresh lemon and locally grown artichokes from the "Artichoke Capital of the World!", Castroville, California. The mild, coastal temperature and Mediterranean climate in Castroville are similar to this Italian vegetable's native home across the Atlantic, which is why it is the home to most of the California artichoke farms. At Sigona's, we source our artichokes from Pezzini Farms and Ocean Mist Farms, both of which have been in business for decades and take great care to grow best-in-class artichokes.
This recipe will make anyone love a raw kale salad. This salad comes together quickly and uses simple, fresh ingredients that complement each other seamlessly. The recipe comes from our favorite author Joshua McFadden when he was on the hunt for a delicious seasonal winter salad.
Pot roasts are great Sunday night dinners. You may have some extra time to spend cooking, the dish is warm and filling, plus, you should end up with leftovers to last an extra day or two - perfect for lunches or to revisit the following evening.
Time to make crispy potatoes for your next Sunday breakfast with the family. These potatoes are crispy on the outside and perfectly tender on the inside. One of the best parts of this recipe is that it’s very hands-off so you can prep other delicious food along the way. We used fresh rosemary but you can substitute it for dill or any of your favorite herbs.