Susannah Briggs
Susannah Briggs
Susannah Briggs

Susannah Briggs

Graphic designer based out of Philadelphia. Check out my work at susannahbriggs.com

Crab, Avocado & Corn Salad with Cilantro & Lime — The Fountain Avenue Kitchen

Iron Skillet Cornbread -- Ultrarich and almost custardy in the middle, this is the kind of appetizer you should serve before a dinner of celery sticks.

These chipotle shrimp tacos are the perfect balance of sweet and spicy. Flour tortillas topped with tangy broccoli slaw, shrimp and gochujang mayonnaise.

Roasted Kale with Black Beans, Goat Cheese & Sriracha | Real Housemoms

Orecchiette ("little ears" in Italian) are the perfect shape for cupping the kale and breadcrumbs.

Fava beans most likely require a trip to a farmers’ market and take a while to peel. Sugar snap peas cut into bite-size pieces are a fine alternative.

Baked Minty Rice With Feta and Pomegranate

Roasted Garbanzos…and other roasted beans — The Fountain Avenue Kitchen

Salting the radishes keeps them crunchy, and keeps the yogurt dip from turning pink.

With sweet potato as a binder, quinoa for protein, and meaty mushrooms for depth, this veggie burger beats anything in the frozen foods aisle.

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Chef Nemo Bolin at Cook & Brown Public House in Providence, RI, turned us on to the technique for this streamlined, no-knead gnocchi dough.

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We wanted a recipe that was a better expression of “primavera,” literally "spring" in Italian. We swapped the oft used tomatoes and angel hair pasta for sturdy linguini and the first of spring’s green offerings.

This is the kind of healthy, satisfying food that we all wish would simply materialize at home for dinner. But making it in parts is easier than you might think!

This is the kind of healthy, satisfying food that we all wish would simply materialize at home for dinner. But making it in parts is easier than you might think!

These could be served for dinner along with a salad—though everybody in the BA Test Kitchen ate them for breakfast.

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