Just gazing at the selection of nut butters on the store shelves these days can drive you nutty with indecision. But if you’re looking for omega-3, almond butter is the one to toss into your cart, thanks to its naturally high levels of the fatty acid.
Heating whole, unpitted olives with vinegar, oil, herbs and spices wakes up their flavors and makes them soft and plump. A mix of buttery green Castelvetrano and Kalamata olives is lovely, but you can substitute whatever plain, unmarinated olives you have on hand.
This fiery hot sauce is fantastic served as a dip for oven-roasted chicken fingers, on the side of broiled or grilled steak, spread sparingly on sandwiches and burgers or mixed with whole-wheat couscous studded with chickpeas, chopped dried apricots, tomatoes and scallions.
If you find cooking fish intimidating, this recipe is for you. Simply add fillets to a baking dish with olive oil and a few flavorful staples. Drain and refrigerate the fish for up to 3 days to use in meals throughout the week.