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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 »

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 »

Fava Bean Timbale

Fava Bean Timbale

Fava beans have a short season, meaning these “peas of the giants” could be gone for the year before you know it. But just because they’re here and gone lickety split, doesn’t mean favas are a flash-in-the-pan fad food. In this salad, Anya lets fava beans shine, pairing them with fresh sweet corn and dressing… Read More »

How to Make: Classic Spanish Flan

How to Make Classic Spanish Flan

We are so excited to welcome the lovely sister duo — Vicky and Ruth — behind May I Have That Recipe, who have shared this original recipe and tutorial for this popular Spanish dessert. Flan, also known as crème caramel, is a traditional custard dessert served with a thin layer of soft caramel that has… Read More »

Classic Spanish Flan

How to Make Classic Spanish Flan

Flan, also known as crème caramel, is a traditional custard dessert served with a thin layer of soft caramel that has become ubiquitous in Spanish-speaking countries. The egg-based concoction dates back to Roman times, when both sweet and savory variations were popular. An easy, yet elegant dish, flan can be prepared in a bundt pan… Read More »

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 »

Curry Spiced Barramundi with Tomato Ginger Sauce

Curry Spiced Barramundi with Tomato Ginger Sauce

Pack your passport away because the flavors of this recipe will transport you to India in just about 15 minutes. Fillets of meaty, hearty, omega-3 rich barramundi are coated with curry powder and baked until flaky and tender. While the fish cooks, Lauren prepares a sauce out of ginger, shallots, and fire-roasted tomatoes to compliment… Read More »

Moroccan Fish Skewers with Barramundi

Moroccan Fish Skewers with Barramundi

It’s time to fire up the grill for a taste of Northern Africa in your own kitchen. Instead of using traditional chicken or lamb on these kabobs, Emily threads chunks of spice-coated barramundi onto skewers with vegetables then grills them until charred on the outside yet falling apart and tender. Barramundi is meaty enough to… 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 »

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 »

8 Fresh, Healthy, and Inspired Barramundi Recipes

Getting fresh with fish and 8 healthy and inspired barramundi fish recipes

With spring in the air, it’s time to start thinking about fresh and healthy meals that are still inspired and, of course, delicious! And for us, that includes putting aside some of the heavier meats (at least until prime grilling season comes around) and looking towards more fish and shellfish. Have you ever seen a… Read More »

Shakshuka

Shakshuka Recipe

Tunisian in origin and a staple today in many cuisines throughout the Middle East, “shakshuka” translates roughly to mean “a mixture,” a fitting name indeed for a dish that serves as the harmonious meeting point of several subtly different tastes and textures. Because it appears on the breakfast (and dinner) tables of so many cultures… Read More »

Porcini Crusted Lamb Loin Chops for Spring

Spring Lamb Recipe

Thanks to the saying, “March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb,” we know what to cook for dinner!  Many people eat lamb in honor of Passover and Easter Day. But seeing as spring is prime time for enjoying this special-occasion meat, sunnier weather seems reason enough to celebrate with an oven-roasted… Read More »