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.
Smoky Cola Duck is an easy but super effective barbecue go-to for the warmer months, yielding crispy skin and succulent, flavorful meat with almost no effort.
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.
These Argentinian-style beef ribs are tender and juicy, their robustness mouthwateringly complimented by the bright, complex acidity of the chimichurri. It’s an unapologetically indelicate dish—it’s carnal, demanding that you pick up the bones and tear every last bite off with your teeth, licking the chimichurri from your fingers.
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.
With its complex, warming flavors, this Goan Shrimp Curry with Vegetables is a beautiful taste of coastal Western India.
These deep-fried pig’s ears are salty, tender yet crispy, and super indulgent; the lemon vinaigrette arugula salad brings a fresh and acid element to the dish that balances the decadence of the pig’s ears.
While this recipe is amazing with pork belly—spicy, nuanced, with tender meat and vegetables—and my new favorite way to eat it is with tripe. Regardless of the protein you choose, this makes for a fabulous and authentic taste of Sichuan.
This easy, summery recipe uses pesto and the heat of jalapeños to makes a rock star out of simple chicken wings.
This recipe channels the traditional flavors of the Peruvian anticuchos de corazon. The accompanying skewers feature zucchini, tomatoes, shallots, and queso de frier to create an array of flavors ranging from tangy to sweet to buttery, unified and brightened up by the acidity of lemon juice.