The combination of creamy avocado with the crunch of crisp beets and the snap of green beans is a real palate pleaser. The colors are as startling and varied as the tastes. Key to this easy-to-prepare salad is avoiding overcooking the beets; they should still be crunchy. Cook in salty water until your fork just pierces them and the skin is easy to remove.
Strawberry paired with rhubarb is the quintessential combination for spring. Tuck this slightly tart, lightly sweet dessert into a picnic basket or school lunch bucket. Bring it to your next cookout - or simply enjoy it, feet propped up, with some late afternoon tea.
Root vegetables are a fall staple in New England cuisine and over time can become ordinary. We've combined carrots with our creamy, tart Stonyfield Greek yogurt, sharp and spicy turnip and the perfect seasonings to make this side dish a main feature. No matter what region of the country you call home you'll love it.