Filled with tangy, juicy chicken and fresh veggies, this Orange Chicken Pita Wrap is delicious and easy to make at home! John Soules Foods’ crispy Orange Chicken is pre-cooked, so you only have to heat them up to enjoy—get the recipe here!
Berbere spice is integral Ethiopian cuisine and adds a hot, tangy and smoky flavor to all kinds of dishes! If this isn’t something you typically have in your house, it’s easily made with a blend of tons of dried spices found in most households, like cayenne, paprika, cinnamon and garlic powder. Eighteen Ninety shows us […]
Fudge brownies that pack a certain freshness! Just in time for the holidays…
For an easy, delicious taco night, try these Shredded Chicken Tacos. The chicken filling, also known as Tinga de Pollo in Mexico – especially the Puebla region – is made by slowly cooking chicken breasts in a seasoned tomato-and-chile-sauce to make them super tender and extra tasty. Wrap the chicken tinga filling in warm corn […]
I’ve seen people almost get into fistfights over who has a better pimento cheese recipe. Southerners don’t mess around when it comes to their cherished “pâté de Sud.” We slather the stuff on everything from celery stalks to saltine crackers, and some people won’t even consider eating a hamburger without a half-inch layer of pimento […]
Courtesy of the one and only Giada De Laurentiis…I met with her at Metro Cooking in Houston. She’s great! And so is her tiramisu…
If you love chicken wings, you’ll love this version from Rosella at the Rand in San Antonio. Their version is extra juicy thanks to their special brine. These beauties are also baked before their fried. You’ll want to start 24 hours in advance. Believe me. It’s well worth the extra effort.
This south of the border remake from Rosella at the Rand in San Antonio takes French toast to new heights. Chef Devin Galarneau sourced fresh concha (pan dulce) from a local panaderia. It’s crispy on the outside, light as a feather on the inside and one of the most unique and delicious French toast we’ve […]
This spiced red snapper from Navajo Grill in Fredericksburg is loaded with flavor. Red snapper has a sweet, nutty quality with a firm texture (and the skin is edible). It’s an excellent source of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. You can substitute other types of snapper in this dish, such as mutton, vermilion, mangrove, […]
San Antonio’s Pinch Boil House owner Andrew Ho learned how to make this coconut curry on the streets of Saigon from a street vendor. It’s aromatic and has just the right amount of heat. It works well with all types of seafood, chicken and veggies.
In this recipe from El Toro in Houston we call for chicken, but you can also use shrimp, beef fajita meat or a combination of your choice.