This fried rice recipe uses kimchi and Gochujang to create a delicious twist on traditional fried rice recipes. Kimchi and Gochujang, which is a Korean chili paste, are both fermented and a bit spicy, so they bring depth and heat…
The strawberry habanero margarita is a sweet-spicy take on a traditional margarita made with strawberries, habaneros, and agave nectar. This margarita recipe utilizes agave to highlight the fresh, clean flavors of the tequila.
The Old Fashioned Cuba Libre is the result of a tawdry little affair between a classic Cuba Libre and a much younger mid-century Old Fashioned. Like all good affairs, this one has some nice muddling, a little rum, and a…
Combining vanilla and bourbon make an exceptional ice cream. This bourbon vanilla ice cream recipe is reminiscent of classic vanilla ice cream with just enough bourbon to make it stand out.
Bourbon and brown sugar create a scrumptious sauce that is a perfect addition to ice cream, cookies, cakes, crisps or just about anything you want to add sweet caramelly goodness too.
Having a homemade creamy ranch style dressing recipe at one’s fingertips helps make sure everyone eats their veggies. This ranch dressing recipe takes 10 minutes to make and keeps for a couple of weeks in the fridge.
This simple frittata recipe is easy to make for a quick weekday breakfast or brunch. Once you learn the technique for making frittata you can use any combination of ingredients you like.
This Pan Fried Trout with Lemon and Capers recipe is a delicious way to prepare trout or any other mild, white fish. This piccata-style recipe also works for chicken, veal, and pork scallopini.
This chicken curry recipe has my favorite elements of Indian takeout along with the benefits of home cooking and comfort food. This curry combines chicken, potatoes, and chickpeas in a sauce that balances the spiciness from the curry seasonings with…
Apple Galette is a free-form apple pie with a flaky pie crust that gently encircles tart apples, brown sugar, and walnuts. This galette is less sweet and more of an everyday dessert, versus something for a fancy dinner party.