Succotash really came into its own during the Great Depression, thanks to its thrifty nature, and we think a clean version seasoned with dill, lemon juice and zest is the perfect accompaniment to our tender pink trout.
These spicy fermented beans are delightful chopped into a salad, served as a side dish or
simply eaten straight from the
jar. If you enjoy Bloody Marys,
try replacing the celery stick
garnish with a dilly bean.
In our twist on a traditional potato salad, a fresh and fragrant pesto brings the chicken, potatoes and green beans together. We’ve suggested poached chicken here, but you can use any leftover chicken you have on hand.