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Barramundi Ceviche

Barramundi Ceviche

Have you ever tried making ceviche at home? If not, this is the recipe to start with. Commonly found in seaside towns in Latin America, it’s just as easy to make a refreshing, colorful, and healthy ceviche at home in under an hour. Although the fish is not cooked over heat, the acidic juices from… Read More »

Thai Fish Cakes with Barramundi

Thai Fish Cakes with Barramundi

It’s not every day that an occasion comes around to splurge on making crab cakes at home. But when you venture out into other types of seafood, you’ll come across the humble, yet just as delicious fish cake. In this recipe, Carolyn makes her patties out of meaty barramundi, ginger, garlic, cumin, and coriander. With… Read More »

Thai Coconut Soup with Barramundi

Thai Coconut Soup with Barramundi

This soup is somewhere in between a traditional East Coast fish chowder and the authentic Thai coconut-milk based tom kha. In her desire to create a dairy-free variation on a fish chowder, Lindsey infused the the broth in this dish with the intense flavors of ginger, garlic, Thai basil, lemongrass, and kaffir lime leaves. Along with… Read More »

Hummus Crusted Barramundi

Hummus Crusted Barramundi

So you thought hummus could only be used for dipping and snacking? If you think outside the box (or tub, should we say), like Dara did, a simple tub of hummus can be transformed into another delicious, healthy, and nutrition-packed recipe. While most “crusted” fish recipes call for a handful of breadcrumbs, Dara first spreads… Read More »

How to Make Bubble Tea (Boba) at Home

How to Make Bubble Tea (Boba) at Home

Floating with mini globes of tapioca pearls, Bubble Tea isn’t your childhood version of tapioca pudding. It’s sweet, chewy, and hits the spot. If you have a sudden urge for Bubble Tea, and don’t feel like paying upwards of five dollars for one, then we’re here to help! The sweet beverage was born in the… Read More »

Really Good Ribs in the Oven

How to Make Really Good Ribs in the Oven

Ribs are no longer exclusive to sunny summer days. Tender and juicy meat is possible in your oven, given a little patience. Wrapped in foil and cooked at a low temperature for three hours, these ribs have a flavor that can hold their own against any classic outdoor recipe—the rub is a perfect combination of savory… Read More »

How to Make Really Good Ribs in the Oven

How to Make Really Good Ribs in the Oven

This week, we found that this summer-time luxury, known for its smoky flavor, is actually very possible—and very delicious—when made inside an oven. The trick is to cook St. Louis style pork ribs low and slow in foil packets, followed by a short but crucial blast of heat from the broiler. This technique allows the… Read More »

New Cookbook: Delicious Probiotic Drinks by Julia Mueller {Plus a Giveaway}

New Cookbook: Delicious Probiotic Drinks

Scan the shelves of any bookstore, and you’ll find books and cookbooks alike touting the health benefits of fermented foods and drinks. Debuting her first cookbook this month, Delicious Probiotic Drinks: 75 Recipes for Kombucha, Kefir, Ginger Beer, and Other Naturally Fermented Drinks, Julia Mueller debunks home brewing and fermentation myths. With a passion for… Read More »

Homemade Strawberry Kefir

Homemade Strawberry Kefir

A probiotic drink that’s been flying off shelves in recent years, kefir (or “milk kefir” to be more specific) is a fermented milk beverage similar to yogurt. It’s tangy and creamy on its own, and it can easily be blended into smoothies for a boost of healthy probiotics. Here, we’ve featured a recipe for Strawberry… Read More »

Clementine Margaritas

Clementine Margaritas

Seasonally appropriate citrus fruits evoke sunshine and warmer times- a definite contrast to the blustery cold days of winter! National Margarita Day on February 22nd comes at a pretty dreary time of the year, when everyone has had quite enough of winter storms and the woes they bring. Let’s be honest, there’s no better moment… 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 »

Roasted Broccoli with Parmesan Cheese

Roasted Broccoli with Parmesan Cheese

Broccoli is one of the vegetables that has the ability to evoke visceral reactions from many people, usually tied back to childhood memories of your parents telling you to “eat your veggies.” Well, if they had made broccoli like this, we probably wouldn’t have resisted! While you typically see broccoli steamed or lightly sautéed, these… 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 »

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 »