Crispy crab fritters and the most versatile, vibrant dressing you could ever imagine combine into one delicious appetizer.
Mussels and fries (or moules frites in French) is a delicious dish that I’m serving with a rich black garlic broth to make it even better.
A beautiful summer menu with three courses, each one using and paring with a different DRY Sparkling soda.
An interesting take on risotto, plus some seriously good tips for searing scallops.
Healthy, delicious weekday meals that fit everything into one bowl are definitely the way to go.
Fried calamari is such a classic dish, and I find that most people only think about it when out at a traditional Italian restaurant. But once you see how easy it is to make at home, you’ll probably start to cook it a lot more often.
Once I tried Glory Kitchen’s Provence nut and spice mix for the first time, I was hooked. So much flavor is packed into one little perfectly sized container. The Provence blend contains cashews, dried currants, flax seeds, onion and an intriguing blend of herbs (thyme, marjoram, basil and savory) with just a touch of sea salt to bring out the other flavors.
This risotto is lemony, cheesy and the perfect base for sizzling hot scallops.
It’s been a goal of mine for awhile to start making more dishes with tuna. I never ate much fish when I was younger, and by the time I began to love it, tuna was always on the back burner. Sure it’s usually in sushi (which I LOVE and need to try making myself), but I have just finally realized the beauty of a perfectly seared, medium rare tuna steak.
Browsing through Whole Foods and seeing these beautiful jumbo shrimps, I knew I had to do a twist on the classic “shrimp and grits”. This southern favorite is loved for its creamy base, large bites of shrimp, and bold flavors. I’m switching it up with polenta and a smoky-spicy combination that will have you digging in for more.