September | 2020

Cook your way through 75+ Mediterranean recipes that make the most of what’s in season—including easy crowd-pleasers like Herby Ricotta; weeknight meals like One-Pot Shrimp, Pepper, and Onion Bake; and desserts like Roasted Figs with Dark Chocolate.

Mediterranean Every Day embraces a style of cooking that celebrates flavor while embracing a relaxed, flexible attitude. It’s simple enough for a mid-week meal, but never out of place for a weekend gathering with friends. Beyond the recipes, this is a book that teaches how to build a pantry, shop in season, and it even provides casual wine drinking and pairing tips. Start off with an introduction to the Mediterranean style of cooking and then choose your own adventure:

  • Salads and Soups: Enjoy creative salads like The Easiest Arugula Salad, Smoked Salmon Caesar, Peak-Summer Panzanella, and a must-try Niçoise. Hearty soups include Parmesean Soup with Beans and Greens and Roasted Tomato Soup.

  • Beans, Grains, and Bready Things: This non-traditional chapter features a variety of main dish–worthy recipes that can also be served as sides. Celebrate the seasons with a Spicy Broccoli Rabe and Chickpea Skillet, Lentil Fritters with Herbed Yogurt Dip, a Zucchini Farro Bake, and risotto ideas for winter, spring, summer, and fall.

  • Pantry Pastas: Who doesn’t love a diet that lets you eat pasta? Enjoy Linguine with Clams and Fresh Corn, Caramelized Cauliflower Pasta with Capers and Anchovies, Paccheri with Burst Cherry Tomatoes, Israeli Couscous Salad with Green Olives and Pistachios, and a No-Cook Summer Tomato Pasta.

  • Everyday Dinners: The chapter’s name says it all! Whether it’s Tuesday or Saturday, you’ve got time for Salmon in Crazy Water, Thyme Pesto Roast Chicken with Crispy Potatoes, Roasted Cod Saltimbocca, and Baked Chicken Milanese.

  • Desserts: Seasonal and fresh is at the heart of this chapter. Recipes include Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta, Apricot Almond Clafoutis, Rosé-Soaked Peaches, and Blood Orange Crostata.