Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, these fritters are composed of pokeweed (fresh and green and mildly tingly on the tongue) and earthy puréed burdock root. Paired with the sweet, silky, and slightly spicy chipotle marinara, these crispy fritters are a treat during the warmer months.
South Indian Mor Kuzhambu features a slightly tangy, creamy sauce peppered with warm Indian spices coating your choice of greens. It’s fast and easy to put together, and makes for a simultaneously lush and refreshing side dish.
Tender chicken and crisp, herby salad drizzled with yogurt sauce, chicken shawarma is a healthy yet flavorful dish punctuated by warm Middle Eastern spices!
This pork and eggplant stir fry is easy and absolutely delicious—perfect for a hearty lunch or a weeknight meal. The sauce is a take on hoisin, with just the right amount of salt, sweet, and heat. Much yummier and healthier than takeout!
With just the right amount of spice and all the flavors I love in Mexican cuisine, this easy, low-carb Mexican cauliflower rice is a real winner.
Cucumbers are in season and it’s the perfect time to experiment with recipes for pickling. These pickles are inspired by flavors from around the globe, from India to New England, Poland to Africa.
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!
Liver is a nutritious, economical, and, most of all, tasty protein that takes almost no cook-time to prepare. In this recipe, the spices bring complexity and balance to the iron-y flavor of the liver, and the meat plays nicely with the textures of the eggplant and chickpeas.
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!
Celebrate the freshness of seasonal herbs and produce with this simple, flexible recipe! The acidity from the wine and the fresh, subtle flavors of the herbs gives it a real depth of flavor and the lightness of the final dish make it appetizing even in hot weather.