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Strengths of spinach stand out as adult

Slimy and swampy, with an aftertaste like the smell of the inside of a funky old tin cup – that’s my childhood recollection of sautéed spinach. Good thing palates change.

Summer stone fruits work well in tarts

When it comes right down to it, stone fruits rock. The soft, sun-ripened fruits epitomize summer, when children can rinse off sticky fruit juice from their faces and limbs or wherever else the sweet liquid has landed – in their hair, on their bellies, between their toes – by taking a few passes through the sprinkler.

Smitten Kitchen’s baked ranchero eggs; it’s what’s for dinner

Sometimes an easy dinner isn’t dinner at all – it’s breakfast. I love serving eggs for a fast, filling meal and it is also a great way to bust out of a dinner rut. I usually default to quiche because it gives you the flexibility to use up ingredients already in the house. Frittata is great, too, especially for those trying to steer clear of the extra calories (or the gluten) in crust.