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Vegetarian salads and spring sides!
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Early April Meal Plan

I’ll start off by saying, oh my gosh, is this not the most welcome spring in the history of springs? The temperature bounces up and down, and there is a significant amount of precipitation where I am, but the daffodils are poking their little yellow buds out as we head into warmer weather, and I am trying to be as optimistic as they are.
 
Let me quickly add that if you are in Easter mode and missed last week’s newsletter, you’ll find a bonanza of Easter-suitable recipes there, so click here if you want to check those out.
 
But you might still be planning your Easter menu, or just looking for some spring sides, and so let’s dig into it. And note that these are all vegetarian, so if you are like me and always looking to make sure the vegetarians at your table have plenty to choose from, this newsletter offers a nice smattering of choices.

This cheery, fresh green-and-white orzo salad features asparagus and sugar snap peas.

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The nicest thing that can happen to spring vegetables (and stupidly easy).

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Slathering herby and scalliony salsa verde between pieces of baguette—a delicious and cheerfully green take on garlic bread.

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When you want to bump up your asparagus a notch. The sauce is easy peasy, but it changes the game.

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This dish is like spring decided to have a party in your mouth.

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More asparagus, because asparagus. These become downright magical when drizzled with a sauce made from creamy crème fraiche and herby pesto.

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Squash is nestled in a beautiful green sauce made with chard, cream, and gruyere cheese for a flavorful and unusual side dish.

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Adding grains to green salads gives them a definite level of oomph.

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What's green and white and red all over? This perfect little side salad.

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BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE . . .
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