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Stir-Fried Beef and Asparagus with Flat Rice Noodles

Stir-frying is one is the fastest ways to get dinner on the table, especially if you have a smoking hot skillet and a plethora of fresh vegetables at the ready. This recipe for stir-fried beef and asparagus with flat rice noodles (from Uyen Luu’s new cookbook, Vietnamese) is ready to eat in 35 minutes, and that includes marinating the meat.
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Food & DrinksSouthern Bite

Pickle de Gallo

I have some seriously great friends. After my recent string of pickle themed recipes (Dill Pickle Coleslaw, Dill Pickle Tartar Sauce), one of those great friends messaged me and said, “Hey, have you seen the Pickle de Gallo on TikTok?”. Now, I’m not exactly a big TikToker. Is that a...
Food & DrinksDad Cooks Dinner

Throwback Thursday: Quick Green Chili

There was a sale on ground pork at my local store…a while ago. And I just realized how long that pack of ground pork has been sitting in my freezer. Time for some quick green chili, loaded up with salsa verde and pinto beans. Recipe: Instant Pot Quick Chili Verde.
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Delectable apricot cobbler

Delectable apricot cobbler, great for Father's Day.Virginia Watkins/Desygner. What's almost as delicious as a peach cobbler? A fresh delectable apricot cobbler. This would be a perfect cobbler to make for Dad's on Father's Day. Y'all this cobbler can be made with peaches if preferred, but today I had a bunch of fresh apricots that needed to be used.
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Peanut Butter Poke Cake made from scratch with a delicious peanut butter drizzle and a light peanut butter frosting on top! Tons of peanut butter flavor in this amazing poke cake recipe!. WHAT IS PEANUT BUTTER POKE CAKE?. Poke cakes are cakes that are baked and then (literally) poked, usually...
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Gordon Ramsay brought to tears over 'ruined' recipe

TV chef Gordon Ramsay is not one to shy away from honesty when it comes to food. Often reducing his trainees to tears with his brutal opinions, the talented chef has earned his Michelin stars for a reason. The tables turned last week when it was Gordon who got emotional...
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Ancho Tomato Baked Feta

Experiment with different dried Mexican chili peppers in your dishes. Instead of ancho, other options, each with different heat levels and flavour nuances, include pasilla, guajillo, or morita. Look for them in Latin markets and some supermarkets. For leftover lovers. Because the flavours in this dish only deepen with resting...
Food & DrinksThe Guardian

David Atherton’s dressing recipes for summer salads

All salad dressings require a balance of texture and flavour, but you’ll be surprised with how peanut butter, avocado, mango, tahini and miso may transform your repertoire. A good salad dressing adds new dimensions to a dish even with a single spoonful. It’s usually made with an emulsion of oil, but there are many other ways to get a thick and glossy dressing: whizzed mango or pureed sweet potato, say, deliver body while reducing calories, but my biggest tip is to add a teaspoon of white miso to your favourite dressing to give it an unctuous lift. Spring-into-summer salads are a staple, but whether they’re robust or light, a good dressing is a must.
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Rigatoni Pasta with Bolognese Sauce

Rigatoni Pasta with Bolognese Sauce is loaded with tangy, sweet, rich hearty flavor and makes for an incredibly satiating meal. This easy to make healthy pasta recipe is gluten-free, packed with protein, and an incredible celebration of carbs. 😉. Is there anything more satisfying than a big bowl of saucy...
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Spicy and Crunchy Garlic Tofu (Kkanpoong Tofu)

I came up with this Spicy and Crunchy Garlic Tofu recipe because it needed to happen. Like, there was a gaping maw in the universe that could only be filled once this recipe was created. OK, putting to one side my illusions of grandeur, let's just say that this recipe was borne out nostalgia. Growing up, my family and I would go to this Korean-Chinese restaurant in K-Town called Great Seas. Great Seas was absolutely famous for its chicken wings, or kkanpoongi. Their walls were covered in photos of happy diners who set and broke the "how many wings can you eat in one sitting" challenge, and it was no secret why. Their sauce was so good, it was jarred, labeled and sold by the gallon. My family would go to Great Seas for all sorts of special occasions — birthdays, graduations, the day after a juice fast. When I went vegan, I knew I would basically never be able to eat anything at Great Seas again, so I set out to veganize it. And boy, was I elated with the results!
Food & DrinksFood Beast

You Gotta See This Next Level Scotch Egg Recipe

So a deviled egg and Scotch egg walk into a bar... It starts off as a joke but gets deliciously serious once we realize that their combined goodness translates into some next level Scotch egg action. Chef Michael Ponzio, executive chef at Union League Club Chicago, has managed to give this dynamic duo a collective glow up with his own recipe that creates a silky egg mixture using mascarpone, mayo, Tabasco, and salt. The creamy affair is then enrobed in Italian sausage for one smooth makeover.
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Country Terrine (Terrine de Campagne) Recipe

Baked in an ice bath, this Terrine de Campagne or country terrine makes an elegant starter made with chicken liver and minced pork for a French pate. 300gstreaky bacon,diced, or diced pancetta or lardons. 4garlic cloves,crushed. 2shallots,finely chopped. 1tbspthyme leaves. 1handfulparsley leaves,chopped. 2dried bay leaves,crushed. 1handfulpistachios,shelled. 1glugbrandy. 1pinchcloves,ground. 1pinchmace. 1small...
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Jeff Hertzberg's Deli-Style Rye

Mix the yeast, salt, and caraway seeds with the water in a large bowl or container. Mix in the remaining dry ingredients with a spoon until they are thoroughly combined. Don't worry about kneading, but you want to mix until there are no more lumps of dry flour. Use wet hands to do this, if necessary.
Food & DrinksBon Appétit

The Secret to Foolproof Seafood? Steep It, Don’t Cook It

I’m a dad and a chef, which means I’m busy and, truthfully, a little absent-minded. So whether I’m cooking at home for my family or at work in my restaurant kitchen, I gravitate towards simple techniques that are forgiving and hard to screw up. Steeping fish is at the top of that list.
Food & DrinksMindBodyGreen

A Healthier Homemade BBQ Sauce You'll Want To Put On Everything

Summer means barbecues, and while you could stick to other condiments, there's almost always a place for a good barbecue sauce. While healthy pre-made options are becoming easier to find, making it from scratch is a surefire way to know what you're eating. And if you reuse packaging, it can be more mindful for the planet, too.
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Cool Off with This Gorgeous Honey Lavender Ice Cream

When the weather starts to heat up, a frozen dessert is the perfect way to cool down. In this week's installment of Chefs at Home, Salt & Straw co-founder (and head ice cream maker!) Tyler Malek offers three-honey lavender ice cream, boysenberry oat milk sherbet, and, finally, birthday cake and blackberry ice cream. The honey lavender and birthday cake ice cream both use the same base, while the boysenberry sherbet is actually vegan, getting its creaminess from an oat milk base. No matter which one you choose, (better yet, all three!) you're only a few steps away from the creamy, cooling summer treat of your dreams.