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Barramundi with Fruit Salsa

Barramundi with Fruit Salsa

Sunny days, warm sand between our toes, and rolling waves crashing against the shore. Unless you live on the beach, you’re probably not enjoying the luxury of this kind environment every day. But, that doesn’t mean that you can’t eat like you are. Whether you’re eager for spring or prepping for swimsuit season…or just looking… Read More »

4/8/2014

Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza

Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza

Everyone knows to make a perfect pizza it’s crust, then sauce, cheese, and finally toppings right? Not so, cry Chicagoans, doing a switcheroo to what most people consider the “traditional” pizza layering order. Classic Chicago-style deep-dish is inches deep and lovingly layered with mozzarella, marinara, and your favorite toppings. A thick layer of fresh mozzarella… Read More »

Blackened Barramundi

Blackened Barramundi

Cajun food is known for its bold use of savory spices to create complex, deep flavors. Carolyn uses her own homemade blackening spice mixture with oregano, thyme, and smoked paprika to coat pieces of barramundi, a firm-fleshed white fish that’s now become widely available in the U.S. With its hearty texture, barramundi is strong enough… Read More »

10/21/2013#Meatless

Lentil and Mushroom Meatballs

Lentil and Mushroom Meatballs

This isn’t any of that fake-meat nonsense. This is simply a creative use of the heartiest and most nutritious ingredients that the vegetarian world has to offer put together to create a perfect “meat”-ball with the texture and satisfaction of the real thing. Instead of using ground meat, Kate cleverly creates a meaty, hearty mixture… Read More »

10/9/2013#WorldCuisine

Cioppino – Fisherman’s Stew

Cioppino - Spicy Fisherman's Stew

This recipe takes us on a journey from one continent to another. Commonly known as one of the signature dishes of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf, cioppino is a seafood stew that actually has its origins in Genoa, Italy. When Italian immigrant fisherman (many from Genoa) settled in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood in the late… Read More »

9/5/2013#DrinksApps

Margherita Pizza Popcorn

Margherita Pizza Popcorn from 479 Degrees

Founder Jean Arnold started 479° with the mission of creating high-quality, organic, and healthful popcorn inspired by flavors from around the world but using local, organic, and natural ingredients whenever possible. The result is a line of utterly delicious flavors like Heirloom Popcorn & Sea Salt, Sea Salt Caramel, Toasted Coconut Caramel, and Black Truffle &… Read More »

5/20/2013#Meatless

Arugula Pizza with Caramelized Onions

Caramelized Onion Arugula Pizza

We all have our favorite neighborhood pizza joint for a quick and easy delivery meal. But, it’s about time that we realize how easy it is to make even better pizza at home! Next time you’re thinking about picking up the phone, consider making it yourself. In this recipe, Jennifer shows us how to make… Read More »

4/17/2013#WorldCuisine

Slow Roasted Marinara Sauce

Slow Roasted Marinara Sauce

Every Italian household has their staple “red sauce” recipe, perfect for tossing over pasta, spooning over meatballs, or just dipping bread into. Even if you didn’t have Nonna showing you her secrets, this recipe is our new go-to. Usually, developing deep and complex flavors in a tomato sauce requires hours of simmering but Emily solves… Read More »

4/15/2013#Meatless

Individual Eggplant Parmesan

Individual Eggplant Parmesan

Eggplant parmigiana is one of those dishes that seems impossible to re-invent. How can you achieve a combination greater than breaded eggplant, sweet tomato sauce, and tons of rich, melty cheese? Anita, from Confessions of a Foodie, has found a way to turn this classic dish into a simple yet delicious weeknight meal. First, she… Read More »

4/1/2013#Meatless

Mushroom Bolognese with Gremolata

Mushroom Bolognese with Gremolata

Fooled you! What better way to celebrate April Fool’s Day than with a hearty plate of meatless Bolognese. Bolognese is a classic Italian meat sauce typically made with red wine, garlic and, yes, beef brisket or ground chuck. Instead, Colleen replaces the beef with dried porcini and fresh cremini mushrooms, making the dish meatless without… Read More »