California Prunes add a sweetness to the BBQ sauce, which complements the tangy and spicy gochujang paste, and creates a rich, velvety flavor and texture. With its fresh Kimchi slaw accompaniment, this Korean Style BBQ Beef by Chef Peter Sidwell fits the bill for all occasions, whether for dinner with friends, a lunchtime treat, or a family dinner.

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Recipe by Meg van der Kruik for California Prunes

Why order takeout when you can have Chicken Teriyaki Bowls on the table in under a half-hour? Make the teriyaki sauce ahead of time and keep it on hand to create a variety of quick and easy weeknight meals. Since the chicken and broccoli both cook on a sheet pan, there’s less clean-up, too. What more could you ask for?

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Created by Daniele Uditi, Executive Chef, Pizzana West Hollywood and Pizzana Brentwood, Los Angeles, this simple prune jam adds a sweet and tangy hit to a pizza studded with bacon and mint in this dinner recipe. La tur is a French cheese that’s rich and creamy yet mild enough to let the subtle flavors of the prunes come through. If you can’t find la tur, feel free to substitute brie.

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