Non-boring ways to cook with spinach

Remember, green is good.

Gnudi with wilted bitter greens
Spinach is good for you, so the literature says. But this green leafy vegetable has so much recipe potential, too. Raw, it adds a vibrant verdant hue to our recipe for linguine with green sauce, or the green-is-good smoothie with avocado, banana and almond milk. Cooked, we love it wilted in soups and stews, stuffed into ricotta and rotolo, or steamed and tossed through with a miso dressing à la René Redzepi and Nadine Levy Redzepi. And as for a spankopita, the flaky spinach and feta pie just can't be beat.