Start with fresh, frozen, or shelf-stable packaged gnocchi to make this cheesy recipe doable for a weeknight dinner. Think of this bubbly baked casserole like an upgrade on mac and cheese.
These pretty shortbread cookies get a double dose of viola beauty and flavor. Stir in chopped blooms, and adorn with whole violas on top.
Fire up your grill, indoor or outdoor, to get these succulent marinated pork skewers on the table in just 20 minutes.
Use a vegetable peeler to shave thin asparagus ribbons to toss into this light and refreshing spring pea pesto-dressed salad.
Our riff on this Italian dinner favorite calls for just five fresh and healthy ingredients, plus staples like olive oil, salt, and pepper, for an easy and approachable take on the original.
Update classic cream cheese tea sandwiches with a stunning garnish of chopped violas. These will be a hit at your next brunch party!
This crispy asparagus-stuffed sub is like a gourmet version of the fry-loaded sandwich you can find on some bar menus.
Scatter edible violas atop melted chocolate for a dessert that looks as amazing as it tastes. Feel free to start with either dark or milk chocolate.
Boost your brunch with this 20-minute spread of crunchy asparagus, smoky lox, zippy red onions, and salty capers.
Crunchy cucumbers and sliced radishes team up with chewy pistachios and Israeli couscous (itty-bitty round pasta) for one supremely satisfying grain salad.
For a spring twist on creamed spinach, try this rich vegetarian skillet recipe. Just add garlic toast to make it a meal.
Have you ever dreamed about eating cheesecake for breakfast? This buttery cracker-crusted, cream cheese-base brunch recipe makes it perfectly acceptable to do just that.
Use watermelon radishes for a vibrant-color quiche to serve at brunch (or as breakfast for dinner).
You'll want to make this seasonal soup the moment fresh asparagus hits the market. Pair it with toasty goat cheese baguette slices to soak up and savor every last drop.
Tired of salads that lack substance? Try this fresh seafood recipe for lunch. Shrimp, beets, and potatoes make this a substantial meal.
Garden-fresh green asparagus works just as well as white in this easy, cheesy spaghetti dinner.
Whipping cream, chocolate, and egg yolks magically transform into a Mexican dessert masterpiece with the addition of a dash of cinnamon.