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Crispy Skinned Barramundi with Citrus Fennel Salad

Crispy Skinned Barramundi with Citrus Fennel Salad

Crispy Skinned Barramundi with Citrus Fennel Salad

If there was such thing as sunshine on a plate, this dish would be it. Instead of masking the delicate flavor of barramundi with a heavy sauce, Emily lets the fish shine by simply seasoning it then searing it in a blazing hot pan until the skin crisps. Alongside, she serves a sweet, tart, and… Read More »

Really Good Ribs in the Oven

How to Make Really Good Ribs in the Oven

Ribs are no longer exclusive to sunny summer days. Tender and juicy meat is possible in your oven, given a little patience. Wrapped in foil and cooked at a low temperature for three hours, these ribs have a flavor that can hold their own against any classic outdoor recipe—the rub is a perfect combination of savory… Read More »

Barramundi en Papillote

Barramundi en Papillote

One of the best methods to cook fish is en papillote, or baked in a packet made out of parchment paper. First, a piece of fish is placed in the center of a piece of parchment then topped with flavorful aromatics like citrus, herbs, and vegetables along with a small pad of butter. The parchment is… Read More »

Yankee Pot Roast

Classic Yankee Pot Roast

Here’s a secret – roasts may sound intimidating but they’re super simple – and nothing evokes memories of Sunday dinners at Grandma’s house quite like a pot roast. This inexpensive tough cut of meat may need a little bit of doctoring and a good chunk of time before it hits the table, but when it… Read More »

Quick Kumquat Honey Marmalade

Quick Kumquat Honey Marmalade Recipe

This year, we’re all about giving the gift of handmade goods. Whether bought or purchased, locally made (as local as your kitchen) gifts made with love are so much better than anything you can buy at a big box store. You might have friends who are canning connoisseurs but if you don’t want to go… Read More »

Savory Fig and Grape Tart

Savory Fig and Grape Tart

This tart is deceiving. It’s absolutely breathtaking to look at, delicious to eat, and yet so simple to make. By using pre-made frozen puff pastry (if you’re a pro, try and make your own) and the best fruit you can find, the dish comes together in no time. Lusciously sweet figs and tart grapes get… Read More »

3 Unique Chili Recipes for Game Day

3 Unique Chili Recipes for Game Day

  Football season has started and groups of fans everywhere are gathering in stadiums, parking lots, and around televisions to cheer on their favorite team. Chili is a Game Day staple because it’s easy and inexpensive to make for a crowd and the bottom of the pot never seems to end. Instead of your typical… Read More »

Grilled Honey Chipotle Chicken Wings

Grilled Honey Chipotle Chicken Wings from The Meatwave

It’s Labor Day weekend and grills around the country are being fired up to celebrate (mourn?) the end of summer and a well-deserved day off. Normal fried buffalo wings are kind of a pain to make at home but Josh’s grilled version is the perfect, and dare we say better, alternative to the original. Chicken… Read More »

Fig, Watermelon, and Prosciutto Salad

Fig, Watermelon, and Prosciutto Salad

This salad has the perfect balance of flavors and textures, from sweet to salty and crunchy to soft and silky. Using fresh, intensely-sweet Mission Figs (also known as Black Figs) along with juicy watermelon, salty prosciutto, and creamy burrata (mozzarella filled with cream), Chef Jason brings together a harmony that’s elegant and rustic all at… Read More »

Tomato Focaccia

Tomato Focaccia

Tomatoes are at their peak right now and this recipe is a perfect way to showcase them simply. Plus, Emily teaches us that making your own focaccia is quick, easy, and versatile.  Seasonal, simple, delicious. She recommends sun gold or cherry tomatoes but use whatever’s best at your local market.