Meal-Plan Problems Solved!
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My summer is very much in flux right now. Every single person in our family has several things that they might do if this, that, or the other thing falls into place. And then some of the plans are contingent on a first layer of plans locking in. So what I'm saying is that I have a slim grasp on what my summer holds, beyond some work stuff that is, in fact, booked. I’m trying to look at it as spontaneous and fluid, rather than a hot mess of uncertainty. I just had breakfast with a friend who will ship her three kids to camp for seven weeks and then head to Spain with her husband for two weeks. Meanwhile I’m trying not to lie on the floor in a ball of envy.

I may have no idea what June 1 through Labor Day holds, but I do know what I’m making Wednesday night! (Unless plans change . . . and I go out . . . or there’s a sale on lamb chops . . .)
A simple less-than-30-minute stir-fry featuring one of the nicest vegetables of spring.

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A great ramp pasta to make the most out of this ultra-seasonal ingredient.

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One of the amazing dishes that appears on the table during Ramadan is Fattoush, a salad with a flatbread (like pita), tomatoes, and cucumbers. We all need to bring this into our lives.
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You won’t believe how flavorful this shrimp stir-fry is. Plus it's ready in the blink of the eye.

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This 20-minute dish is so easy to make, with a wonderful savory-sweet glaze coating the thinly sliced steak.

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