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Recipes containing Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Fish Piccata with Barramundi

Fish Piccata with Barramundi

You’ve heard of veal piccata…and chicken piccata…but fish piccata? Yes! While you have to be selective about what type of fish to use in this preparation, a mildly-flavored, firm-fleshed white fish like barramundi can rise to the occasion. Amy lightly dredges the fish in flour before sautéing it in olive oil. In the same pan,… Read More »

Classic Risotto

How to Make a Classic Risotto

Hesitant about cooking risotto at home? Ditch the stigma that risotto can only be ordered at restaurants or tackled by professionals. So, there’s no time like the present to jump right in! We’ve developed a recipe that gives you all of the secrets to make it at home. It has just the right proportions of… Read More »

Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Herbs and Parmesan

Whole Roasted Cauliflower With Herbs And Parmesan Recipe

Cauliflower is one of those hearty vegetables that helps us endure the heart of winter. A tender addition to any roast, a crunchy, raw ingredient in many salads, and a common agent in many an Indian cuisine (so flavor absorbent!), we praise the cauliflower for its versatility. Almost every preparation of this lovely veggie involves… Read More »

Thai Fish Yellow Curry with Barramundi

Thai Fish Yellow Curry with Barramundi

Red curry? Green curry? Massaman curry? When you look at the variety of different types of curries available at Thai restaurants, each one is made from its own unique spice paste. Some are spicier, others are more mild. Some are smooth and balanced, others are bright and punchy. For this recipe, Amy chooses to use… Read More »

Pan-Seared Cumin Lime Barramundi Rice Bowls

Pan-Seared Cumin Lime Barramundi Rice Bowls

As you’re trying to incorporate more healthy, sustainable seafood into your diet, one of our favorite ways is to make fish tacos. But if you want to go one step further, turn your tacos inside out into a rice bowl. Just like a DIY taco or burrito bar, Lindsey creates this recipe in a way… Read More »

1/24/2014#WorldCuisine

Spaghetti Aglio e Olio

Spaghetti Aglio e Olio Recipe - Classic Spaghetti with Garlic and Oil

Sometimes the best things in life are the most simple and this recipe shows how to make one of the most basic yet authentic of pasta dishes. Commonly found across all of Italy, spaghetti aglio e olio (garlic and oil) creates a glistening sauce from just 2 simple things – extra virgin olive oil and pasta… Read More »

8/12/2013#Meatless

Heirloom Tomato Pizza

Heirloom Tomato Pizza

One of the few foods that deserves endless hype are heirloom tomatoes. Juicy and flavorful, these bad boys have dazzled diners with their vibrant colors and surprising sweetness for centuries. We’ve noticed that the recipes that let this showstopper wow the crowd tend to succeed more often than recipes that hide or shroud the heirlooms… Read More »

7/30/2013#Healthy

Grilled Portobello and Peach Sandwich

Grilled Portobello and Peach Sandwich

Defying the simple sandwich stereotype, Swati’s masterpiece packs an intense punch of fresh flavors while delivering all the health benefits of the bounty of vegetables involved. A rosemary, thyme, and lemon marinade gives sweet peaches a savory twist and highlights the earthy taste of portobello mushrooms, both of which are quickly seared for added flavor…. Read More »

7/24/2013#WorldCuisine

Salmorejo – Cold Spanish Tomato-Bread Soup

Salmorejo - Cold Spanish Tomato-Bread Soup

At this point in the season, stove or oven avoidance can be the key to pleasant summer cooking. It’s hard not to love cold soups right now, and gazpacho is often the first thing that comes to mind. But gazpacho’s not the only simple, no-cook soup the Spanish have in their repertoire. Salmorejo hails from… Read More »