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4/16/2014#WorldCuisine

Homemade Gyros

Homemade Gyros Recipe

Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch or need to satisfy those late-night hunger pangs, gyros are the perfect portable meal. Gyro meat is usually made with lamb or beef, slow-roasted on a turning spit and then shaved off in slices. Since we all don’t have a roasting spit lying around, Rebecca shows us how… 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 »

10/7/2013#Meatless

Celery Root Soup with Caramelized Apples

Celery Soup with Caramelized Apples

The knobby and lumpy root out of which celery stalks grow may not be the prettiest package. But hiding inside this bulbous root is a tender white flesh that is crisp when raw, and silky smooth when cooked. Celery root tastes like the fusion child of a potato, carrot, and celery stalk, with a hint… Read More »

6/12/2013#WorldCuisine

Jamaican Jerk Chicken with Coconut Rice and Beans

Jamaican Jerk Chicken

If there’s a dish that is quintessentially Jamaican, it has to be jerk chicken. Originally derived from the word “jerky” referring to the multitude of spices used in the marinade, jerk chicken is now commonly sold along the street throughout the Caribbean from roadside grills. In this traditional recipe, Barb combines a mixture of ingredients… 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 »

2/6/2013#WorldCuisine

Red Beans and Rice

Red Beans and Rice

With Mardi Gras coming up next week, it only seems fitting that we share a classic Cajun recipe. Red beans and rice is a longstanding tradition in the deep South because it’s hearty, spicy, filling, and inexpensive to feed a crowd. Red kidney beans are soaked overnight then simmered in a broth infused with smoked… Read More »