A fusion of the fresh, bright and zesty flavors of Japanese and Mexican cuisine This is SUPER easy, and SUPER good. Wash it down with a couple of Mexican or Japanese light, crisp, dry lagers spiked with a little lime juice, and you’ve got dinner.
Infused with the sweet, smoky aura of cedarwood, this salmon and asparagus preparation makes for a killer presentation, and is easy to put together! Ingredients 4 fresh salmon portions, approximately 4-6 ounces each 1 lb asparagus, divided into 4 portions (see note*) 1 lemon sliced into 8 thin rounds 1/4 cup mayo 1 teaspoon Aleppo […]
This dish is a celebration of the very best flavors of deep summer. Make it soon – grilling season is almost at an end, and the ingredients which imbue a bright, earthy flavor to each bite are in prime season
This version of curry hails from Northern Thailand and is all at once warming, comforting and deeply flavorful.
Depending on how many different types of pizza you want to make, this can either be a relatively quick endeavor or part of an afternoon. I like to make several types of pizza, baking them one or two at a time during a football game or Sunday afternoon get together.
This grilled shrimp is summer on a plate.
These fresh, vibrant tacos are perfect for a warm summer evening. Named for the drink, these tacos are brightened up by the flavors of rum and mint – and it totally works.
Bright, piquant, light and refreshing; the perfect weeknight summer dinner. Serve with a roasted green vegetable and a glass of dry white wine and you’ve got yourself a real treat.
Tiger Prawns, Sambal, Lime, Cilantro, Garlic Butter Sauce I call this “Midnight” Shrimp Scampi because it comes together in 10 minutes, is light enough for a late night snack, and filling enough to call dinner. Garlic, butter, Indonesian hot sauce and lime create the perfect balance.
It’s that time of year again! Fire in the fireplace, pets curled up on the rugs, presents under the tree… and the general terror associated with totally f*#&ing up an $80 piece of meat. Fear not! I bring you good tidings of great joy – the Perfect Holiday Roast
These wings are a riff on classic buffalo wings – perfect for game day, or any day for that matter!
I vaguely remember my mom attempting to make this St. Patrick’s Day classic one time during my childhood. As I remember, it involved braising the corned beef by itself in beef broth in the slow cooker, all while every burner on the stove was taken up cooking each ingredient – carrots, potatoes, cabbage, onions – […]
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. Here’s to soups and stews and savory, soul-warming food.