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Zucchini Carpaccio with Ricotta-Mint

Zucchini Carpaccio is a dish made from very thin slices of raw zucchini drizzled with a good olive oil and a contrasting vinegar or lemon juice. In this recipe, quenelles (oval dumplings) of fresh ricotta are added.  A healthful dish that can be served anytime of the year you can find zucchini. It takes minutes to prepare and requires no cooking. It can be served as an appetizer or a side dish. Chef Alba

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Yogurt Mint Sauce

It’s not just for lamb! Yogurt and mint sauce is ideal for Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, or Indian influenced grilled meats, fish dishes, salads, falafel, and pita dipping. This sauce is prepared in 5 minutes, keeps well in the fridge for a few days and lends itself to enriching and accompanying many dishes. Contingent on which country, there will be some variations of ingredients. For best flavor be sure to use a whole milk yogurt, the freshest herbs, and don’t...

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Mint Chutney

Mint chutney is a classic East Indian dish that can be prepared fresh and can be made ahead of time and refrigerated. It is a staple of East Indian cuisine because of the digestive properties of mint. There are many variations of mint chutney depending on area or family recipe. This chutney can be used with many types of dishes such as Indian snacks, as a dip with chips, samosas, as a dressing on tacos or in sandwiches. Try this unique and complex...

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Wild Nutted Rice

During the summer season we generally look for simple and fresh recipes to make. Join us while we create fresh dishes prepared quickly with the freshest ingredients including Secolari oils, balsamic and delicious sea salt. Here are some appetizing recipes we will be making especially suited for a hot summer such as Honey Dew and Crispy Prosciutto, Shrimp with Fresh Oranges and white Wine, and Wild Nutted Rice.

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