Hot honey is our newest obsession and we’re drizzling it on everything. Here we harness its spicy-sweet magic and brush it on chicken wings as they’re charred up on the grill.
Creamy and crunchy, these chilled peanut noodles are one of our go-to weeknight meals!
This gorgeous pasta salad is the epitome of summer! Juicy grilled peaches, fresh herbs, colorful vegetables, mozzarella and cavatappi pasta are tossed with John Soules Foods’ Grilled Chicken Breast Strips. The result is a healthy grill side that comes together quickly. Serve as a light summer dinner with a chilled bottle of wine or bring to your next backyard cookout.
Print Recipe Chunky Avocado Salad with Kimchi Vinaigrette The star of this colorful, crunchy summer salad is the kimchi blender dressing. When you have good kimchi, this dressing doesn’t need much else. We like to use Small Town Cultures’s turmeric kimchi for its bright acidity, pleasant funk and the lovely yellow color that the turmeric […]
This quick-and-easy grill recipe delivers the flavors of a classic shrimp boil in a convenient summer-ready skewer.
These chile rellenos get their name because they’re roasted and stuffed before baking in a smoky tomato sauce. No breading, no frying. The result is a lightened-up spin on one of our favorite Mexican dishes where the chiles really get to shine.
Print Recipe Sweet & Spicy Big Red Baby Back Ribs Using soda as a sweet profile for meats is nothing new, but picking the right flavor (and color!) combos can give you incredible results, like this Big Red BBQ Rib Glaze. There’s an entire 20oz bottle that has been reduced and cooked down to just […]
These over-the-top sliders come together in under 30 minutes thanks to John Soules Foods’ Sliced Beef Steak. The extra-thin, tender beef is piled on cushy buns and topped with all of the fixins of a Chicago-style Italian beef hoagie.
This is a delicious dish! Don’t think it’s just for breakfast – it’s great for any meal. Chef extraordinaire Mary Martini at Central Market’s Cooking School gave me this recipe. You can use whatever combination of ingredients you like, and you can make it ahead of time and pop it in the oven the day you want to serve it. Enjoy!
Everyone needs a blockbuster way of preparing the iconic big shrimp, all rosey with tails still protruding, to star as an appetizer, to dress up soups and salads, or to just fill the entrée bill with high style. Here’s the way Los Angeles Dame Zov Karamardian – restaurateur, chef, and cookbook author – prepares them. […]
John Soules Foods’ crispy orange chicken tastes just like your favorite Chinese take-out! Here we turn them into a healthy weeknight dinner with a crunchy smashed cucumber and orange salad and steamed brown rice.
Inspired by one of our favorite late-night slices from Artichoke in New York City, in this version, we lighten the toppings a bit with a garlic-olive oil base, gooey cheese, lemon zest and marinated artichokes, plus a fresh salad of peppery arugula and tender green herbs piled on top before serving.
“One of my best memories is watching my mum flipping her perfect blueberry pancakes on the griddle as we lounged by the table reading the paper. For the freshest, fluffiest pancakes and waffles, prepare batters just before cooking. If the batter sits too long, it will start to ferment, giving these breakfast goodies a sour […]
Take all that you love about hamburgers and apply it to a hot dog! Chef Rico Gomez does just that with his Swiss Mushroom Hot Dog. The layers of Swiss cheese, and mushrooms over a plump hot dog are the perfect summer lunch. Sauté sliced mushrooms and red cooking wine in pan. In separate pan, […]
vietnamese braised pork belly, pickled daikon carrot, sriracha mayo, cilantro Pork Belly: Set oven to 350 degrees. While oven is coming to temp, set your stovetop to high heat and heat vegetable oil in cast iron skillet. Mix Chinese 5 spice, brown sugar, salt & pepper into a dry rub and cover pork belly piece. Make sure […]