Chowder makes us think of days by the sea. With the cold fall days just ahead, we’re bringing all of the october feels in the form of a warming chowder perfect for the cooler fall months. We’ve added mascarpone for extra richness and switched to shrimp for a touch of sweetness. Celery, potatoes, fresh thyme, and peas make this a chowder to remember.
The best thing about Vietnamese cuisine is that it’s full of flavor. They have mastered the 5 distinct types of flavors: spicy, savory, sweet, sour, and bitter.
Chicken lo mein is a simple stir-fried noodle dish packed with protein and yummy vegetables. If you add meat it quickly cooks in a wok or deep pan add some snap peas, scallions and shredded cabbage.
We are going to keep it simple with these dishes. This is a true Italian cuisine a perfect example of that beautiful simplicity. Tender potato gnocchi and hearty Tuscan kale are sautéed with bright,
Lemon and dill are a powerhouse combination, that goes amazing well when paired with crispy-skinned pan seared salmon filet. The acidity in the lemon brings a brightness to the fish, along with dill which adds a refreshing layer of flavor.
One bite of this meal and you’ll be transported to a Greek island. This recipe is simple, light, and full of flavor. Za’atar spice blend coats the shrimp before it gets broiled and served atop a bed of fluffy rice pilaf.
This recipe is a classic Italian-American dish for your kitchen table. Chicken Francese is a favorite dish for a good reason it tastes delicious! Tender chicken breast that is dipped in egg and flour, creating a perfect coating to soak up the buttery lemon goodness.
This Korean Steak recipe is inspired by bulgogi, which literally translates to “fire meat.” Marinated steak gets cooked close to a hot broiler (the closest we could get to an open fire!) for concentrated flavor and char.
Fish tacos make it easy to imagine that we are by the beach, basking in the sun’s rays, and sipping a cold one. So, December seems like as good a time as ever to conjure up warm and fuzzy beach feels with this dish!
There is nothing better than fried chicken, authentic, bone-in fried chicken like your grandma used to make. In this recipe we are talking boneless, skinless delicious chicken breasts into yummy chicken “tenders.” This meal is to die for, and the best part is chicken tenders are quicker cooking, less of a mess, and universally amazing