Put all that fresh produce to good use in this summer corn and zucchini soup. It's thick, creamy and full of veggies. This soup freezes well, so make sure to freeze some so you can enjoy a taste of summer once the weather gets a little cooler.
First and foremost, a tian, is not a recipe, but an oven-proof earthenware baking dish. By extension, everything baked in that dish is called a tian. The Provencal tian is certainly the best known: It consists of vegetables, often zucchini, tomatoes and eggplants.
This recipe comes from our May Book Club read called Delancey by Molly Wizenberg.These dates are a great back pocket trick to make because they are quick, elegant and endlessly adaptable. Serve as an appetizer with warm olive oil and a good amount of crunchy Maldon salt to offset the sweetness or as a delicious dessert after a meal. Try adding them to a salad involving with orange segments, pistachios, some good French cheese and soft buttery lettuce. For a final option, they are delicious at breakfast in a puddle of cold, plain yogurt.
These vegetable fries make a perfect side dish and will convert any non-root vegetable eater. You can substitute other vegetables like zucchini, but just be careful of your roasting time, since they take less time to roast than the root vegetables.