Print Recipe John Soules Food Grilled Chicken Need an easy appetizer for your next holiday get together or a quick and simple dinner? This ultra-impressive Grilled Chicken Bruschetta comes together in a matter of minutes and is made extra easy with John Soules Foods ready-to-eat grilled chicken. Learn how to make it HERE. Votes: 1 […]
Print Recipe Hugo’s Huachinango a la Veracruzana Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 1 4-pound Red snapper scaled and gutted with fins clippedJuice of 2 limes1 teaspoon sea salt1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil6 cloves garlic chopped4 pounds roasted roma tomatoes peeled, chopped and seeded1/2 white onion finely sliced4 […]
Print Recipe Palmer’s Parmesan Crusted Fresh Catch with Tequila Braised Asparagus Votes: 5 Rating: 3.6 You: Rate this recipe! Occasion Casual, Formal Servings people MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Parmesan Crusted Fresh Catch 1/2 cup panko1 cup grated parmesan cheese1/4 cup chopped parsley1 tsp sea salt1 tsp Black Pepper1 tsp Garlic Powder1 cup buttermilkdash saltdash pepperdash Tabasco […]
Who says salads are all about the leaves? Beets are back, baby! This Roasted Beet Salad with Citrus & Tarragon Cashew Cream recipe from Austin-based Chad and Derek Sarno is from their new book, The Wicked Healthy Cookbook, featuring all plant-based recipes. We love this recipe particularly because several of the ingredients can be prepared ahead of time, making it a luxurious lunchtime option for the week.
These stunning new oysters from Chefs Chad and Derek Sarno are all about the plants! This recipe may seem complex, but the techniques are easy to master.
Pick up a few Texas grapefruits for this new Grapefruit & Elderflower Paloma from organic tequila maker Dulce Vita Spirits in Austin. Their grapefruit-infused tequila is so refreshing on its own, but so palate-pleasing when you pair it with St. Germain Liqueur and a bit of fresh mint.
Want to add a little more green for extra iron? Our friend Ali Miller, R.D., L.D., & C.D.E. in Houston has the right recipe for you! Her butternut and brussels sprouts hash is easy to whip up and packs a few extra vegetables to the mix.
This slow roasted pork belly recipe from Goya Foods is absolutely heavenly served over a bed of warm manchego polenta with a buttery rich butterscotch reduction sauce.
It’s one of the most popular appetizers on Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar’s menu and now, it’s all your’s to make at home! Zinc’s 2-Alarm Hummus is the creation of Executive Chef Daniel Ybarra.
This delicious recipe from Wheatsville Co-Op features traditional butternut squash with a savory and Vegan spin!
Make your favorite biscuits and gravy recipe with these Buttermilk and Black Pepper Biscuits by Emma Chapman, blogger for A Beautiful Mess. Yum!
Here’s one of the most popular entries in the He Won’t Know it’s Paleo cookbook – a #1 Best Seller on Amazon – by Bre’anna Emmitt.
Enchiladas aren’t difficult to make per se, but getting all the components prepared dictates some work before the final assembly can begin. For the best-tasting results, make the fillings and sauces well ahead of time and reheat just in time to assemble the final product when it’s time to eat. Share the fun by having an assembly line to put the enchiladas together!
Cochinita Pibil is the traditional pork barbecue of the Yucatan Peninsula, where for centuries it has been cooked in pits lined with hot stones and banana leaves. The achiote-based rub, which imparts a rich, terra-cotta color and an earthy flavor, is equally good on seafood and chicken.
Spreadable summer goodness from SIMI Executive Chef Kolin Vazzoler. His avocado toast topped with smoked trout on a rustic baguette sliced, drizzled with fresh olive oil. A perfect pairing with the SIMI Sonoma County Chardonnay!