Brunch and Beyond: 11 Easter Recipes

Spring Vegetable Ragout

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Photo by Maria Robledo

This vibrant ragout is made of spring vegetables whose flavors have an extraordinary affinity for each other—asparagus, peas, fava beans, spring onions, artichokes, morels, tiny new potatoes. This ragout would also be terrific with rendered bacon or pancetta fat instead of olive oil. View recipe here .

Brunch and Beyond: 11 Easter Recipes
Break out of your ham rut and try something new from our archives, featuring everything you need for a memorable Easter gathering.

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