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Andrew Zimmern's Chicken Parmesan

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Chicken Parmesan

Classic Chicken Parmesan By Andrew Zimmern This chicken parmesan is my love letter to the Italian-American red sauce classic everyone craves. Sure you can gussy it up, but this recipe sticks to the basics—fried chicken topped with an easy homemade tomato sauce, creamy ricotta, mozzarella melted under the broiler, and a touch of fresh basil.…  Read More

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4th of July Party Recipes

Cookout Classics for the 4th of July There’s no better way to celebrate America’s independence (and my birthday) than relaxing with family, swimming, grilling up my favorite meat, noshing on fresh summer eats and indulging my inner pyro. Here are a few of my top picks, from beef ribs and baked beans, to simple side salads…  Read More

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12 Grill Recipes for Memorial Day

Grills Gone Wild I love cooking over wood, live fire, coals and smoke. Grilling is very social—you can have friends over and stand outside and man the grill. It’s the best part about summer. Just in time for the unofficial start of grilling season, here are 12 reasons to fire up that grill, from seafood like scallops,…  Read More

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9 Recipes for the Grill

Get Outside & Fire Up That Grill I love cooking over wood, live fire, coals and smoke. Grilling is very social—you can have friends over and stand outside and man the grill. When it comes to equipment, I’m currently obsessed with my Cowboy Cauldron, it’s like a barbecue pit on a tripod. It’s perfect because I can do really…  Read More

Labor Day Recipes

Savor the Last Days of Summer This end-of-August heat wave has me digging through the archives for refreshing, light recipes for my Labor Day get-together. Here are a few ideas for appetizers and sides that’ll cool you down, from citrusy tomatillo salsa and pistachio-studded guacamole to tuna and cherry ceviche. If you’re looking for an…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Risotto Milanese

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Risotto Milanese

Risotto Milanese By Andrew Zimmern Risotto is one of the simplest things to cook, yet one of the hardest dishes to master in the kitchen. The secret is patience, adding your stock little by little as the rice absorbs the starchy liquid to create a creamy texture. Risotto shouldn’t be dense or dry, it should…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Turkey Tetrazzini

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Turkey Tetrazzini

What to do with turkey leftovers By Andrew Zimmern I always make a Thanksgiving turkey because I love the leftovers turned into sandwiches, soups, and my son’s favorite, turkey tetrazzini. I use up my last scraps of meat and the salty kiss of some killer parmesan with this creamy pasta casserole. On a cold fall…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's tips for prepping artichokes

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: How to Prepare Artichokes

How to Prepare Artichokes The edible bud of a thistle plant, artichokes can be intimidating to prepare and cook. Covered in an armor of spiky bracts and filled with a fibrous inedible choke, their defense system is on point. Cleaning, trimming and prepping them for cooking is easy once you learn a few simple tricks.…  Read More

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Creamy Polenta with Pork Ragù

Creamy Polenta with Pork Ragù By Andrew Zimmern Nothing says comfort food like a rich, hearty tomato sauce poured over a bowl of creamy polenta. This recipe feeds an army—with leftovers—so be prepared to freeze the extras for easy weeknight meals to come, or simply cut the recipe in half.

5 Questions with The Dinner Party Download

How to Win Your Next Dinner Party Maybe you’re the shy type who freaks at the idea of striking up conversation at an intimate dinner with strangers; maybe you’ve been hiking the Appalachian trail for the past few months and need a refresher course on culture and current events; or maybe you’re just a food-obsessed…  Read More

Menietti

Menietti in Vegetable Soup

Ligurian Dumpling Soup By Andrew Zimmern These little menietti dumplings are my new favorite recipe. I can’t stop making them. About a year ago by my pal Jenn Louis, F&W 10 best designee and chef/owner of Lincoln in Portland, Oregon, sent me the ratio for the dumplings themselves. These little gems are from Liguria, and…  Read More

Risotto alla Milanese|

Risotto Alla Milanese

Mastering the Art of Risotto By Marc Vetri This dish is forever linked to the centuries-old Duomo cathedral in Milan. Apparently, in 1574, a master glassmaker who was in charge of making stained glass  for the cathedral enlisted an able disciple who was given the nickname Zafferano because he used saffron to color the glass. The…  Read More

Radicchio Pumpkin Risotto|Bitter

Radicchio & Pumpkin Risotto

Radicchio & Pumpkin Risotto By Jennifer McLagan I love the winey hue that radicchio gives the rice in this dish, and the way its bitterness balances the pumpkin’s sweetness. Now I know that using the word pumpkin reveals my birthplace, but I just can’t get my head around “squash.” However, so I don’t confuse you,…  Read More

5 Questions: The Perennial Plate

Adventures in Sustainable Eating A two-time James Beard Award-winning online documentary series, The Perennial Plate explores socially responsible eating in the United States and abroad. The beautifully shot weekly series was created by Daniel Klein, an activist and chef, and Mirra Fine, a graphic designer, writer and now filmmaker, who impressively research, film, edit, and produce each piece…  Read More