Cooking Indian food at home can seem daunting because of the number of spices involved, but in truth, the process of cooking this luxurious korma is not more complicated than any soup. If you don’t have the spices on hand, look for a spice shop that sells spices in bulk. You can buy smaller amounts […]
Even a quick marinade can do a world of good in bringing robust flavor to a speedy and simple meal like this. If you want to give the marinade more time to work its magic, toss the fish in the marinade in the morning.
If you’re a lover of beef burgers, enjoying your passion while being smart about nutrition and sustainability can be a tough balance to find. These burgers are worth a try. Using mushrooms to make a little meat go further, they are still very much a meat burger. Keep in mind too that the nutrition difference […]
Any sturdy fish will work in this recipe: swordfish, trout or salmon would all make reasonable replacements. If you can get fresh pineapple, you’ll love the end result. Cut the slices thick. Handy tip: Ripe pineapple is primarily yellow and smells obviously like pineapple even before cutting.
Chicken and mango, mango and chicken–is there a better combination for the grill in summertime? Serve this dish up with a side of brown rice and some beautifully kebabed summer veggies for a colorful, flavorful al fresco meal.
Homemade tzatziki elevates this recipe from basic, good sandwich to basic, great sandwich, but if you’re in a hurry, storebought will do the job.
You will love this variation on pizza any night of the week. If you’re looking for something fun and different to throw on the grill, this recipe is perfect! Cook the veggies in a cast-iron skillet and use the grill instead of the oven to toast your breads and melt the cheese.