I can't think of a better way to celebrate World Coconut Day than with a moist and fluffy coconut cake from I Heart Recipes.
For those people who say vegetarian cuisine is boring, I say you've never had tofu coconut curry with peanut butter and noodles from Amuse Your Bouche.
This recipe for Hattie B's Hot Chicken, from Lee Brian Schrager's Fried & True: More than 50 Recipes for America's Best Fried Chicken and Sides, packs the heat and is quite possibly my favorite recipe in the book. Burnished a deep, hell-fire red with a finishing coat of cayenne-amplified oil, the bird is emphatically crunchy with juicy and flavorful meat.
YouTube Link: Scallion OilMore Videos: Helen's Kitchen Channel Other dish components in this video: Seared Fish Quinoa Cakes Sliced Raw Fish (make sure you understand how to serve raw fish safely)
What should you do if your dinner date always orders pretty much the entire menu to share?
Simple handheld versions of our favorite dishes are not really what the art of sandwich-crafting is all about. A perfect sandwich occupies only one culinary niche—its own. We've rounded up a wide variety of sandwich recipes—from casual sliders to meaty bread-bound mains—making it easier to enjoy great sandwiches all the time.
Sri Lankan food is not for the timid eater: the fiery curries, sweet caramelized onion in seeni sambal (onion relish), and sour lime pickle are all powerful flavors that startle awake senses dulled by the thick, hot island air.
A staple for breakfast and lunch in many Asian countries, and a mainstay at the dim sum hall, congee is rice and water (or broth) cooked down into a thick porridge. Everyone does it slightly differently. It can be cooked using different grains of rice, different kinds and amounts of liquid, and different cooking times. Show More Summary
Chiang Mai easily makes the list of my top five favorite cities in the world. Culinarily, it's one of the least familiar regions of Thailand. The local dishes, influenced by Burma to the Northwest, and China's Yunnan province and Laos to the north, don't really make it far beyond Northern Thai borders. Show More Summary
Sometimes the happiest cooking is also the easiest, and in the case of beans, taking the easy route can produce something damn delicious.
As the author of highly popular food blog How Sweet Eats, Merchant chronicles her kitchen mess-ups and successes to a large, and deservedly adoring, audience. Now, she brings her infectious zest for all things edible to an honest-to-goodnest book. It's called Seriously Delish, and that's exactly what's inside.
With schools back in session, the lunchbox dilemma has started again. It's daunting to think of new lunch ideas that your kids will actually eat. Ditch the traditional sandwich and chips, for the new lunchbox craze; bento!
Meatless country biscuits and gravy from The Egg Farm is a genius recipe that every vegetarian should make.
On the days I know my schedule is jam packed, I pull out my favorite slow cooker recipes to help me get through the week. The beauty of the slow cooker is that you can dump all the ingredient in a pot and forget about it while you occupy yourself with work and family.
If you love sweet and sticky grilled chicken, these honey lime grilled chicken thighs and legs are an amazing dish to serve at your Labor Day barbecue. Chicken legs and thighs are seasoned with a homemade dry rub made with chili powder, cumin, and coriander.
During the summer, I like to grill and eat outside as much as possible. It’s always nice to be outside on a warm evening with friends, family and good food. This weekend is Labor Day weekend, and that generally serves as the unofficial end of the summer grilling season. I keep grilling just about year...
Zucchini has gotten a bad rap from people far and wide.
Bread and butter pickles are more than just a sweet pickle. They have a tangy flavor from the seasoning and the onion slices. My grandmother used to make these so thinly that you could see through each slice.
This Labor Day weekend we’re celebrating the bounty of summer’s produce!