Recipes

Fried seafood tastes better in the summer and a little spice in your cocktail sauce will cool you right down on a hot night. Set up your breading station with a bowl each of flour, lightly scrambled ...

I have to confess, I attempted to make Vietnamese summer rolls this week, but the rice paper didn’t cooperate. Talk about a frustrating experience. However, the Route 100 noodles I recently had at ...

Even if you don’t make the cucumbers, the spicy peanut cilantro mixture alone is worth doing and works amazingly well on salads, meats and veggies. To make the topping simply throw 1 teaspoon of ...

Grilling season is here and sometimes simple is best and this combination of a perfectly grilled steak with fresh basil and tomatoes can’t be beat. Especially when you use local ingredients, all of ...

This spaghetti pie is the bomb. And just the thing for this hectic time of year when you can never have enough leftovers for last-minute dinners. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees and then boil a ...

Why wrap when you can stack? Preheat your oven to 350 F, warm up some enchilada sauce and then cut the cod into 4-inch pieces and season liberally with chili powder, salt, pepper and a few pinches of ...

I’ll take a chicken thigh over a breast any day, but if you do prefer breasts, braising gives you your best shot at keeping them moist. Liberally season your chicken with salt and pepper, dust with ...
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