If you have never cooked with amaranth, here is a delicious place to start! This highly-nutritious seed, which is a dietary staple in Mexico and South America, is a good source of protein, fiber and iron, and is filled with vitamins. Plus, it’s easy to cook (think: rice) and tastes great too. Here, we stir […]
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Have you ever had pizza for breakfast? We’re not talking about a leftover slice from the fridge, but a fresh pie topped with all of your breakfast favorites? This recipe from Chef Neil Doherty, Senior Director of Culinary Development in Sysco Houston, perfectly melds Middle Eastern and Italian flavors and tops it off with golden sunny-side-up eggs.
Preserve peak season strawberries by making this aromatic, crimson syrup. The basil adds a lovely herbal note and the slight bitterness of the peppercorns cuts through the sweetness of the syrup.
Stuck in a storebought hummus rut? Make this Hazelnut Hummus from My Name is Joe Coffee Company in Austin for your weekend gatherings. Hazelnut oil and smoked paprika give this heavenly hummus a unique twist. Serve it up with fresh vegetables (we love organic cucumbers and vine-ripened tomatoes) or fresh-baked pita bread from Central Market.
Chickpeas are a great source of protein and are rich in vitamins and minerals like riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, folate, and Vitamin A.
This tart and tangy cranberry compete from Frank in San Antonio is a must for your Turkey Day table! Just as good with fresh or frozen cranberries- your choice!