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Vegetarian Greek Stuffed Peppers

Greek Stuffed Peppers

Waffle cones, taco bowls, bacon cups…When you can eat the dish that a meal is served in, it just make things a little more fun. In this case, red bell peppers are destemmed, deseeded, and sliced horizontally to create an incredible, edible base for this easy and healthy millet salad. Ashley at Edible Perspective favors… Read More »


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 »


Jalapeño Corn Cakes

Jalapeno Corn Cakes

Nothing says summer more than juicy sweet corn and we can’t get enough of it! Skip the cob just this once and throw together these jalapeno corn cakes that work as an easy lunch or filling snack. The heat of spicy jalapenos is tempered by sweet corn and melty cheese, and pan-fried for a satisfyingly… Read More »


Heirloom Tomato Soup

Heirloom Tomato Soup

Twilight purples, emerald greens, electric oranges – all the colors of a flower garden can be found in a bursting-at-the-seems heirloom tomato, and if you take a bite, you’ll only taste that hot, July sun. The holiday season of the summer has arrived, and those days of grainy, pink disappointments you find in December grocery… Read More »


Cuban Pork Sliders

Cuban Pork Sliders

In this creative recipe, Lauren takes all of the components of the classic Cuban sandwich and reinvents them into a handheld slider that’s perfect for your Game Day party. Pork loin is coated with a cumin and oregano spice mixture then seared and braised until full of flavor. Coat slider buns (store-bought or homemade using… Read More »


Acorda de Mariscos (Portuguese Bread & Seafood Soup)

Portuguese Bread Soup

Sometimes the simplest foods in life are the most delicious and this bread soup is proof. Throughout the Mediterranean and extending into Spain and Portugal, it’s very common to thicken and “beef up” soup with leftover bread for a hearty, filling, and satisfying meal. This Portuguese version slow simmers bread with onions, garlic, tomatoes, and… Read More »


Provencal Winter Squash with White Beans

Provencal Winter Squash with White Beans

Provence is highly regarded as one of the most bountiful and beautiful regions in the world. With the abundance of freshly-grown, local produce available year round, it’s no surprise that the cuisine is largely vegetable and fresh herb focused. What is surprising, however, is the combination of sweet, salty, and savory flavors that is very… Read More »


Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos with Chipotle Crema

Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos with Chipotle Crema

Fresh fish tacos remind us of sitting beachside at a small shack on the coastline of Mexico. Even if you don’t have the opportunity to skip away for vacation as summer comes to a close, you can recreate those flavors in your own kitchen with this recipe. Mahi mahi is coated with a generous blend… Read More »


Puerco Asado with Homemade Mojo

Puerco Asado with Homemade Mojo

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 »