Saltimbocca means “jump in your mouth,” and these miniature versions of the Italian classic certainly will. Makes about 18 appetizers
A few well-positioned cuts turns a regular quesadilla into something special. Make sure you layer your cheese between the whole (uncut) tortilla and the meat, which will keep it from oozing out. Makes 1
This Paleo-friendly riff on the classic Italian dish comes together in less than 30 minutes. Serves 4
By definition, a panini should be neat and elegant—just a slice or two of cheese and a wisp of savory meat, all tucked between thin slices of good bread. We love the sweetness that a smear of fig jam adds. Note: If you do not have a sandwich press, cook the sandwiches in a skillet and press down...
We put quite a bit of thought into all of our recipes to get just the right combinations of tastes. As a result we find out things like this … Dandelion greens taste earthy and pleasantly bitter and are the perfect foil for Applegate Natural Prosciutto. Serves 4
Bright, colorful, cool and crisp, this salad makes a festive starter to a hearty meal. Serves 6.
So, you have probably asked yourself many times, “Where can I find a delicious sandwich recipe that lets me use my favorite ... Genoa salami, and and rBGH free cheese?” Well, here it is! (And if you haven't asked yourself that, you'll wonder why once you try this one.) Serves 2-3
This springy number is elegant enough to serve as a party appetizer and breezy enough for a quick afternoon snack. Makes 12