I'll be the first to admit--I'm typically not the biggest fan of kale. I'll eat it, but generally when used in other dishes, I find it to be overly bitter. Thanks to a class I was taking, that's when I found a great way to make kale much more enjoyable: marinating in sherry vinegar.
When you love the flavor of In-N-Out Burger but want to keep it up a notch and impress a party--give these a shot. The subtleties in this ingredient list will leave everyone thinking you spent two years in culinary school to perfect this.
Here's a great classic recipe for traditional hummus. There's plenty of things you can pair this with--or you can always just eat it on its own. Along with the hummus, tahini is a really versatile ingredient; you can use it in things like dips, dressings, soups--even brownies.