This accordion display of the common potato is perfumed with cardamom (a spice often incorporated in Christmas fare in Sweden) is Raghavan Iyer’s take on the classic. Crispy on the outside with a crackly pork-like skin, the creamy insides make for a delectable contrast in textures.
Raghavan Iyer folds black beans and tomatoes into his queso fundido for a deeper contrast not only of texture, but of color as well. He serves the addictive dip with his Ultimate French Fries.
Hearty and all-together satisfying, make this Pozole (Mexican Stew) on the next snow day. You’ll be glad you did.
This rich recipe, by Ronni Lundy, was inspired by the colcannon served at Main Street Meats in Chattanooga, a dish so sustaining it will almost make you forgo their heavenly hamburger. Almost.
The high heat blasts the juices out of the tomatoes, forming a quick, concentrated sauce that is not only great for roasting fish, it’s also terrific tossed with pasta or as an accompaniment for scrambled eggs, roast chicken, grilled pork chops. This dish is a go-too for weeknights or company.
Make this holiday herb and citrus crusted beef tenderloin in four easy steps: make the rub, roast the beef, prep the sauce, and bake the store-bought puff pastry. It’s an impressive centerpiece, for sure, and since every element can be made ahead, you’ll have plenty of time to focus on your guests.