The smell of fall is in the air and soon, brussels sprouts will be abundant. The little cabbages are first caramelized on the stove and get a crunch from rosemary-scented candied walnuts, which are easier to make than you think. And, with the incorporation of apples and honey for a touch of sweetness, it’s the… Read More »
Filipino food hasn’t yet hit the mainstream but if you’re like us, after trying this recipe you’ll seriously wonder why. The pungent flavors of garlic, ginger, and lemongrass are ground together with salty (soy sauce) and tangy (lime juice or the traditional calamansi fruit) and the whole marinade gets a beautiful red hue from the… Read More »
Puerco asado, also known as lechon asado, literally stands for “roast pork,” but this dish is much more than just that. Ubiquitous among the Spanish-speaking islands of the Caribbean including Cuba and the Dominican Republic (where Michelle’s family is from), puerco asado is traditionally made by marinating a big hunk of pork in a sour… Read More »
Channa Masala (also known as Chole Masala) is a staple in nearly every Indian kitchen. Once you have a well-stocked spice cabinet (which you can put together easily by visiting an Indian grocery store), you barely need to go to the store to make this dish together on a weeknight. Indian food is all about… Read More »
Grilled corn on the cob is a must-have for summer BBQs around the nation but after a while, the same ol’ butter and salt topping gets a little boring. Jen felt the same way and came up with this delicious recipe for Taiwanese Grilled Corn, an item often found at outdoor night markets in Taiwan…. Read More »
Marc teaches us that enjoying sushi does not have to be saved just for restaurants. This recipe shows you step-by-step how to master the California Roll. And his pictures are drool-worthy. In this recipe, Marc shares the origins of the oh-so-popular California Roll (in the United States, nonetheless) and how it’s become a staple in U.S…. Read More »
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