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The Art of Spring Cooking

Publish Date February 29, 2024 1 Minute Read
Author MyMagazine Staff

With the start of a new season comes the excitement over a new harvest of fruit and veggies. Spring produce boasts a vibrant array of colors, flavors and textures to be enjoyed, all of which can transform your meals into something really special. These four recipes celebrate the joys of spring produce and help you savor the season’s freshest offerings.

Roasted butter radishes

Butter-Roasted Radishes

This side dish is so unexpected and delicious, you may want to start always keeping its ingredients on hand.

Radish Smarts: Radishes can be eaten raw, cooked or pickled.

Roasted butter radishes

One-Pot Asparagus Pasta

The sun-dried tomatoes add a slight sweetness that pairs deliciously with earthy asparagus and bright lemon juice.

Asparagus Smarts: There are three colors of asparagus: green, purple and white.

Sushi Spinach Salad

Sushi Spinach Salad

Enjoy all of that savory sushi flavor without making sticky rice or perfecting your roll.

Spinach Smarts: During the 1930s, Popeye the Sailor Man made spinach so popular, its sales grew by 33%!

Buttery Mashed Potatoes with Chives

Buttery Mashed Potatoes with Chives

Butter and sour cream unite to make these mashed potatoes over-the-top decadent. Chopped chives add a perfect complement of fresh flavor.

Chive Smarts: They make a wonderful addition to both indoor and outdoor gardens.