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Pozole de Frijol

Pozole de Frijol

Pozole is a traditional Mexican stew with historical significance, dating back to the Aztec times when this spicy combination of chiles, corn, and sometimes meat was served during special occasions. Although some ingredients might have changed over the years, pozole still includes dried chiles and corn (specifically hominy) and is typically enjoyed on weekends or… Read More »

Mom’s Stuffed Grape Leaves

Mom's Turkish Stuffed Grape Leaves

When we first reached out to Samantha to feature one of her recipes, she knew that she wanted to create something special and this recipe for her Mom’s Stuffed Grape Leaves (which she’s never made before!) is living proof that sometimes, simplicity cannot be overrated. Samantha’s mom is Turkish so this recipe comes with tradition,… Read More »

Kimchee Latkes

Kimchee Latkes

When families infuse their different cultures into their food, beautiful (and delicious) things happen. And this unique latke recipe from a part-Korean, part-Jewish household is just that! With latkes being one of the quintessential dishes of Hanukkah, Sarah takes a traditional potato pancake recipe to the next level with some Korean spice by adding chopped… Read More »

Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Moussaka

Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Moussaka

Moussaka is a classic Greek comfort food dish that’s most similar to lasagna, traditionally made with layers of roasted eggplant or potatoes, spiced lamb or beef, and a thick, creamy bechamel sauce on top. Katie’s version puts a seasonal spin on the dish by substituting slices of sweet potato and pumpkin for the eggplant for… Read More »

Acorda de Mariscos (Portuguese Bread & Seafood Soup)

Portuguese Bread Soup

Sometimes the simplest foods in life are the most delicious and this bread soup is proof. Throughout the Mediterranean and extending into Spain and Portugal, it’s very common to thicken and “beef up” soup with leftover bread for a hearty, filling, and satisfying meal. This Portuguese version slow simmers bread with onions, garlic, tomatoes, and… Read More »

6 Internationally Inspired Turkey Recipes

International Turkey Collage

Most people stick with their tried-and true approach to flavoring their turkey with traditional herbs like rosemary, time, and sage. But much like chicken, turkey is a great vehicle for exploring cuisines from around the world because adding bold flavors only enhances the meat. Why not mix things up this year and start a new… Read More »

Grilled Pork Banh Mi

Grilled Pork Banh Mi

This sandwich is special to us. Why, you ask? As many of you know, we’re based in Boston, Massachusetts, where we have access to delicious cuisines from around the world. One of our favorite go-to spots (as-in, more than once a week) is a Vietnamese stall at an Asian food court where they create the… Read More »

Oven Baked Scotch Eggs

Oven Baked Scotch Eggs

Traditionally, Scotch Eggs were a made-at-home British picnic staple that have now come back into style in restaurants and gastropubs around the world. The composition is all about layers of flavor and texture. A tender, perfectly hard-cooked egg is wrapped in a layer of sausage, then breaded and baked until crispy. A bite through starts… Read More »

Classic French Onion Soup

Classic French Onion Soup

Let’s face it. Most of the stuff labeled as “French Onion Soup” out there is pretty terrible, mediocre at best. That’s because most restaurants don’t take the time needed to build and extract the layers of flavors that come from low and slow cooking of simple ingredients. Well, this recipe gets it right (and with… Read More »

Korean-style Steamed Eggplant

Korean Steamed Eggplant

Steaming is a staple technique in Asian cuisines, from dumplings and buns to whole fish and vegetables. Cooking long and slender Japanese eggplants in a bath of steam allows them to become tender and velvety without turning into mush. After being cut into batons for easier eating using scissors (so you don’t tear them apart… Read More »

Beef Rendang

Beef Rendang

In a 2011 CNN Poll, Beef Rendang was voted by readers to be the Most Delicious Food in the World so we absolutely had to seek out a recipe to recreate this Indonesian specialty at home. Lucky for us, blogger extraordinaire Marc Matsumoto of No RecipesĀ breaks down this complex, intensely-flavored dish into easy-to-follow steps. A… Read More »

Persian Saffron Rice

Persian Saffron Rice

If you’ve ever had authentic Spanish paella, you know that the best part is the crispy rice that forms on the bottom of the pan. This Persian-inspired rice achieves the same irresistible crunchy exterior through its unique cooking method. Delicate basmati rice is first soaked for several hours, par-cooked, then stirred with yogurt for a… Read More »

Cuban Coffee

Cuban Coffee

Every culture has its own unique take on coffee. In Cuba and across restaurants and cafes in Miami, Cuban-style coffee is a staple. Essentially a sweetened espresso, it’s sometimes served with steamed milk (for a cafe con leche) and sometimes taken down black in a few sips for a quick morning boost. Either way, the… Read More »

Piri Piri Shrimp

Piri Piri Shrimp

The cuisines of Africa are as diverse as its ethnic groups, making it a wonderful culinary destination. But even if you can’t make the long trek there, you can still re-create many of those flavors in your own kitchen. This particular dish comes from Mozambique and is named after the fiery Piri Piri chili which… Read More »

Bulgogi Burgers

Bulgogi Burgers

Bulgogi is the name for Korean BBQ, traditionally thin slices of meat marinated in a sweet and salty combination then quickly seared for a smoky and charred exterior and perfectly cooked interior. Instead of using sugar, the marinade is sweetened by grated apple and pear, which also helpsĀ tenderize the meat. Kevin takes these flavors and… Read More »