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Southern Shrimp and Grits

How to Make Classic Southern Style Shrimp and Cheese Grits

Among the American South, comfort food reigns supreme and Southern shrimp and grits are at the top of the list. As a child growing up in the American South, I spent the majority of my time at home in the kitchen, cooking, eating, and chatting around the kitchen table. In nearly every Southern household, family and… Read More »

6/5/2014#GlutenFree

Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Cherry Salsa and Quinoa

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Most of us think of summertime grilling in terms of juicy steaks and skewered chicken kebabs, but grilling vegetables is an awesome way to brighten up your picnic spread. Go ahead and fire up an incredible variety of flavors to compliment all that beautifully charred protein. Sweet potato wedges grilled over a flame take on… Read More »

5/6/2014#Meatless

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry Recipe

Go meatless one night this week and sub in soybean-based tempeh for a protein source that may surprise you. Although tofu (which is also made from soybeans) is an excellent meat alternative, tempeh provides a bit more substance for a heartier dinner. The fermented bean cake is dense and chewy, with a slight nutty flavor,… Read More »

Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Chicken Lettuce Wraps

These family-friendly lettuce wraps are not only ready in under 30 minutes, but they also require fewer than a dozen ingredients. Cubed cucumber and chopped green onion add crunch while simple mint and cilantro complement the garlic, red onion, and ground chicken combination. It wouldn’t be a wrap without the lettuce, so selective eaters get… Read More »

Asian Style Barramundi in Foil Packets

Asian Style Barramundi in Foil Packets

This isn’t the first time that we’ve lauded the benefits of cooking fish in packets. First, each person can personalize their own serving, it’s a one pot (well, packet) meal with both fish, veggies, and sauce in one, and the enclosed space of the packet keeps the fish meltingly moist. If you don’t have parchment… Read More »

Thai Coconut Curry Poached Barramundi

Thai Coconut Curry Poached Barramundi

We’re always looking for ways to incorporate more healthy seafood into our diet in interesting, inspired ways. With this recipe, you can recreate the flavors of a Thai curry at home to create a dish that looks and tastes elegant but is actually quite easy. By poaching the barramundi (a sustainably raised fish similar to… Read More »

10/30/2013#WorldCuisine

Char Siu Bao – Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Char Siu Bao - Chinese BBQ Pork Buns

Dim sum is a traditional Chinese meal, often eaten by families perched around a large table on weekend mornings. As carts of steamed and fried items roll by, you simply choose what you want and fill the table with your favorites. For us, a true dim sum trip isn’t complete without a few steamed BBQ… Read More »

9/11/2013#WorldCuisine

Lumpia – Filipino Spring Rolls

Lumpia - Filipino Spring Rolls

Every country in Asia has their version of the spring roll and in the Phillipines, these finger food friendly fried snacks are known as lumpia. Unlike the gargantuan Chinese-American egg rolls you get for takeout, lumpia are traditionally smaller and thinner because they have more meat than veggies. In this traditional version, Laura fills hers… Read More »

8/14/2013#WorldCuisine

Hawaiian Salmon Poke

Hawaiian Salmon Poke

You don’t have to leave the mainland for a taste of island cuisine! As the newest state in the Union, Hawaii has a rich cultural and culinary past as a crossroads of East and West. Poke (pronounced poh-keh) is one such delicious result. Love sushi, but don’t love the effort involved? Get your raw fish… Read More »

7/29/2013#Meatless

Black Bean Tacos with Radish Salsa and Feta

Black Bean Tacos with Radish Salsa and Feta

Arguably second only to the beloved ice cream sundae, tacos rank high in the list of the “funnest” foods to make. When a little thought is put into the way the spread is set up, it’s like a free-for-all buffet and an arts and crafts project all rolled up into one. The ultimate goal when… Read More »