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Guinness Beef Stew

Guinness Beef Stew

Few dishes are as easy to put together and as comforting as stew. Meat and vegetables are slow cooked to create a wholesome, hearty meal that warms the soul. Stews are a great way to stretch ingredients, tenderize tougher cuts of meat through low and slow cooking, and reduce dishes and clean up time by… Read More »

8/21/2014#GlutenFree

Summer Succotash with Lima Beans and Corn

Summer Succotash with Corn, Bacon, Lima Beans, and Okra - the quintessential summer side dish!

This savory side dish got its roots from the Narragansett tribe who named it sohquttahhash, meaning “cooked corn kernels.” As the season steadily slows to its end, a few ears of fresh corn are just the thing to prolong the sunny vacation months. Traditionally made with lima beans in addition to corn, succotash has evolved… Read More »

One Pot Clam Bake

One Pot Clambake Recipe

Summer is amazing. We’re all busy soaking up sun, flip-flopping around in shorts and sundresses, catching colorful fireworks displays, and splashing around with our favorite people. All this summer fun works up an appetite, and there’s no better reason to gather around the picnic table than for the traditional flavors of this One Pot Clam… Read More »

5/30/2014#Healthy

Cold Cucumber and Avocado Soup

Cold Avocado and Cucumber Soup Recipe

As a popular agent for warmth and comfort, soup gets the most love and attention during the winter months. However, we don’t believe that any one season should lay claim to such a broad category of cuisine, and, rather than shutting off the soup spotlight, we like to shed light on all of the low-temp… Read More »

5/13/2014#Meatless

Creamy Spring Vegetable Soup

Creamy Spring Vegetable Soup

Spring’s alternating sunny days and surprise rain showers mean a lot of us are carrying umbrellas and sunglasses on our trips to our local farmers’ markets. Whether you live in LA, UK, or anywhere in between, there’s no better time than spring to enjoy this light, creamy vegetable soup. Packed with probiotics and protein, this… Read More »

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 »

Spicy Tomato Barramundi Bisque

Spicy Tomato Barramundi Bisque

This is what happens when tomato soup and grilled cheese grows up. On a night when you’re craving comfort food but don’t want to spend the timing making something that takes all day, Carolyn has created a healthy and spicy twist on traditional tomato soup. To make it even more hearty, she cooks pieces of… Read More »

Barramundi Fish Chowder with Old Bay Sourdough Croutons

Barramundi Fish Chowder with Old Bay Sourdough Croutons

Imagine your favorite New England chow-dah, lightened up, seasoned with Old Bay, and filled with hearty, meat chunks of tender fish. That’s what Laurie creates in this Fish Chowder recipe. As many recipes do, she starts with bacon as the base, layering in onions, potatoes, clam juice, and old bay to create a delicious broth…. Read More »

Broiled Barramundi with Puttanesca Sauce

Broiled Barramundi with Puttanesca Sauce

Puttanesca has become one of the iconic sauces to come out of Italy, partly for its fervent combination of salty and spicy flavors, and partly because it can be made nearly entirely using just pantry ingredients, making it an ideal weeknight sauce. Most often tossed with pasta, Lindsey uses it here as a sauce for… Read More »