Served over white rice, the rich, savory Andouille sausage and smoky, salty ham play off of the red kidney beans to produce a harmonious whole in this traditional Creole red beans and rice dish.
Want to serve up some citrus kissed, grilled seafood that’ll really wow your bbq guests? With this recipe for octopus, do some prep ahead of time and you can just whip these tentacled beauties out when you’re ready to grill. Presto! Tentacular spectacular!
Seafood stock, like bone broth, is a unique mix of of seemingly strange ingredients, a devotion to wasting nothing, and a rich result. Packed with umami, seafood stocks are fast to make, use few ingredients, and those ingredients are ones that are not only cheap, but would normally be thrown away or disregarded by our modern Western food culture.
Although associated with health risks and low-class eats, there’s nothing that can rival the crispy outside, juicy inside, and intense flavors frying offers.
This recipe is all about highlighting the natural flavors of really good ingredients. Good olive oil, fresh lemon juice, and the essential oils of freshly chopped herbs infuse the chicken legs, which are then grilled, topped with fresh basil leaves and mozzarella, and finished off quickly in the broiler. Easy, delicious, and a perfect summer recipe that won’t heat up your kitchen!
Coated in a savory mixture of cornmeal and Cajun spices, deep fried to perfection, catfish is both delicious AND a sustainable option for dinner!
Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and coated in a succulent crab-caramel glaze is sweet, salty, and just a tiny bit funky—an amazing, fresh new take on your classic wings.
Who doesn’t love moist, flaky salmon wrapped in the warm embrace of dill pesto, topped with a crisp, rich crust of panko and parmesan? This is a delicious, no-fuss recipe that is even easier to make if you’ve already got the pesto in your pantry.
This recipe gives you juicy pork chops and mushrooms in a
sweet, tangy sauce; it’s ridiculously delicious and takes very little effort.
Although dandelion greens are known for their bitterness, this dish is only slightly bitter–a nice counterpoint to an entrée with sweet notes. It’s taste is wholesome and complex, green with a kick of that peppery bitterness and bathed in the richness of the bacon fat.