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. […]
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If Indian cooking is something you’re unfamiliar with, this is a great place to start! Plus, you can make it vegan friendly or not! Beyond Keema Curry features plant-based ground meat with green peas & red potatoes, seasoned with coriander, dried chilis & Indian spices and can be served with vegan sweet yeast rolls or […]
Turkey Soup for the soul, this recipe is the perfect way to use the whole bird in your thanksgiving plans, it takes as good as it did the first time- the turkey bones and carcass will simmer and then the buttery flavors will collect to make the most magnificent post Thanksgiving soup to feed the […]
If you’re looking for a new shareable appetizer or one just for yourself, the Crunchy Chicken Flatbread is the perfect option!
Dirty rice is a staple in Cajun country that’s been passed down through generations. Hailing from Southern Louisiana, dirty rice is made with white rice that gets its “dirty” appearance from the meat with which it’s cooked. Long ago, dirty rice was made with leftover organ meat (gizzards, livers, even chicken feet!). Many classic versions, […]
Craft Grill in Tomball serves up classic southern dishes with a Texas twist, check out their recipe for the East Texas Sawmill Gravy!
Stake your claim on a juicy Cowboy Ribeye at Badu 1891. This beautifully renovated bank building once owned by a mining magnate will have you shouting ‘Eureka’! Get the recipe here.
New York-style Italian meets New Mexico spice at Orlando’s Italian Restaurant, a beloved college town hot spot.
This recipe from our friends at El Tiempo Cantina in Houston is one we’ve lusted after for years! Simple ingredients make these Pork Carnitas tacos so irresistible but it’s the ease of cooking that we think you’ll love the most.
“Don’t break out your grill for this dish. Here in New Orleans, barbecued shrimp means sautéed shrimp in Worcestershire-spiked butter sauce.” Mr. B’s serves the shrimp with heads and tails on — and always with a bib!
This recipe comes from Tony Mandola’s in Houston! Mr. and Mrs. Mandola have always been fond of Roquefort. This recipe is one of the classic recipes that have been around since the beginning of the family being in the restaurant business.
A prime example of Executive Chef Johnny Hernandez’ Tex meets Mex…gargantuan beef ribs served family style with house ground, homemade corn tortillas and colorful condiments so guests at Tejas can make their own customized tacos!
This authentic Catalan dish is made with black rice, squid, clams, sepia squid ink, mortar allioli and fish stock 17/22. Yield is 4.