Everybody knows them as The Neelys, Pat and Gina, the husband and wife cooking team on The Food Network. In their cookbook, Back Home with The Neelys, we discovered a recipe that is fresh as a summer breeze—grilled salmon, topped with a salsa or “relish” of chopped peaches, jalapeño, red onion, and lime juice. Not […]
Whisk some spices with butter and you can make so many things mouth-watering. Try it on chicken, fish, beef or pork. Even corn on the cob tastes great with it. Just a dollop will do the trick.
Alex Province is an Ina Garten fan and likes to make a version of her potato salad. We think it’s a refreshing twist to use fresh radishes to give it that onion-like crunch. (It was also Alex’s imaginative idea to use a jar of Indian ghee (butter) for a potato salad, and to add curry […]
Our problem with veggie burgers is the lack of powerful flavor and texture, so Chris and I issued ourselves a challenge — to come up with the best-tasting version we could. While Chris made an outstanding burger, we all decided we missed the “chew factor.” That’s where the Indian burger surged ahead. (Crazy because Chris […]
I love this recipe, created by Jane Coxwell, author of Fresh Happy Tasty. Her clients crave delicious food without a crazy amount of calories. Jane’s creative way to provide dishes like this earned her a fascinating position. While specializing as a “yacht chef,” Diane von Furstenberg and husband Barry Diller tasted her food and hired her […]
Transplanted Texan Lisa Fain grew up in a family that counted making their own breakfast sausage a time-honored tradition. Borrowing on this tradition, and understanding that most of us aren’t out back raising hogs, Lisa created this recipe, working until she knew her grandpa would be proud. This sausage is simple because it’s uncured, yet […]