Fresh pasta dough with chickpea flour

Making fresh pasta with different types of flour is quite thrilling… and this pasta, made with fresh chickpea flour, is fun to make and absolutely delicious! The pasta acquires the slightly nutty, mild flavor of chickpeas, and turns out to be incredibly light.

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Scrambled eggs with chives and Chanterelles

These French-style scrambled eggs are the creamiest, most luxurious eggs you’ll ever eat! The secret? Cooking them in a double boiler at a slow simmer. This dish is actually extremely simple, and so is the list of ingredients. But when you make it with care and use farm-fresh eggs and just-picked Chanterelles, it’ll transport you to heavenly realms.

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Broccoli and clothbound cheddar torta

A torta (not to be confused with a tortilla, which is an omelet) is the Spanish version of a crustless quiche, although it’s a bit lighter. It is easy to prepare, looks like a showpiece, and of course, it’s marvelously delicious.

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Frittata with fingerling potatoes and roasted tomatoes

This humble frittata is so delicious and satisfying that you don’t need to wait for Sunday brunch to indulge. Indeed, it makes for a wonderful light dinner!

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Goat cheese soufflés with fresh thyme and lemon

Whether you’re making a sweet soufflé or a savory one, the occasion is always memorable. For some reason, these light-as-air treats lift your mood as soon as they pop out of the oven… especially if you’ve been worried sick about them rising at all!

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