It’s of­fi­cially spring!

Allrecipes - - Editors note - JEN­NIFER DORLAND DAR­LING Edi­tor in Chief

And I’m ea­ger to en­joy all that spring gar­dens have to of­fer: rhubarb, peas, spring gar­lic, radishes, beets, new pota­toes, and so many va­ri­eties of greens. I can’t get enough of sal­ads piled high with fresh pro­duce that ar­rives in my CSA box each week from lo­cal farm­ers. You’ll find a lot of these spring fa­vorites in recipes through­out this is­sue, along with sto­ries show­cas­ing a wide range of fla­vors. “Spice World” (page 82), for in­stance, in­tro­duces three very dif­fer­ent spice blends and ways to use them, and “Bowled Over” (page 90) of­fers great ideas to cus­tom­ize what’s for din­ner.

Speak­ing of din­ner, read­ers of­ten ask us for help in pulling every­thing to­gether into menus. We run sev­eral menus each is­sue (10 of them start on page 40), pair­ing our recipes with sim­ple sides or desserts. And now we can of­fer even more help: We just launched an All­recipes Meal Plans ser­vice that de­liv­ers a new menu ev­ery week, us­ing top-rated recipes se­lected by All­recipes food edi­tors. Our part­ner­ship with eMeals makes the menus and recipes avail­able both on­line and on your phone.

The app makes the shop­ping part of meal plan­ning as sim­ple as it gets. It au­to­mat­i­cally loads all your meals for the week into a smart shop­ping list that you can edit ac­cord­ing to what you need. You can even skip the gro­cery store en­tirely by send­ing your list to one of four re­tail­ers, then sched­ul­ing home de­liv­ery or curb­side pickup (depend­ing on lo­cal avail­abil­ity). For more de­tails about how the All­recipes Meal Plans and the eMeals app work to­gether, visit ar­

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.