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Andrew Zimmern's Memorial Day Recipes

Andrew Zimmern’s 10 Best Recipes for the Grill

Recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue Just in time for the unofficial start of summer, here are 10 reasons to fire up that grill. This weekend, I’m mixing traditional Memorial Day fare like low-and-slow barbecued pulled pork with recipes inspired by my travels, such as the Cuban-style Creole chicken and grilled scallops with a Moroccan-inspired red pepper chutney.…  Read More

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Chickpea Salad with Red Onions, Capers & Banyuls Vinegar

My Favorite Chickpea Salad By Andrew Zimmern Dressed with lemon juice, Banyuls vinegar, earthy capers and fresh herbs, this flavorful salad is one of my go-to side dishes all year round. It makes great leftovers as well. Like this recipe? Save it on Pinterest!  

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Andrew Zimmern’s Easiest Indian Recipes to Make at Home

Exploring Indian Cuisine in Your Own Kitchen Insanely complex and varied, Indian food is one of my favorites. And while it can be intimidating for the home cook, these recipes are a cinch once your pantry is stocked with the right spices. From classic saag paneer to a fast weeknight vegetable curry, here are 8 Indian…  Read More

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Paowalla’s Pan-Fried Black Pepper Shrimp

Pan-Fried Black Pepper Shrimp Chef Floyd Cardoz shares his recipe for simple pan-fried black pepper shrimp, adapted from his latest restaurant Paowalla. Located in NYC’s Soho neighborhood, Paowalla is a celebration of modern Indian cuisine specializing in the subcontinent’s vast library of breads (paowalla translates to “a person who makes and sells bread”), from the…  Read More

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Vegetable Curry

Curry in a Hurry By Andrew Zimmern This Indian-inspired curry is a healthy, meatless main dish that makes for a quick weeknight meal (and great leftovers). Serve with basmati rice and a cool cucumber salad seasoned with mint and lemon juice.

5 Questions: Naomi Duguid

Exploring the World Through Food Naomi Duguid is a culinary anthropologist, translating her cultural encounters abroad into stories, photographic essays and recipes for the adventurous cook. A writer, photographer, traveler and cook, Naomi has co-authored six award-winning books including Hot Sour Salty Sweet: A Culinary Journey Through South-East Asia and Beyond the Great Wall: Recipes and Stories from…  Read More