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Chili Dipping Sauce with Sesame Seeds, Lime & Mint

Spicy, Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce By Andrew Zimmern Available at most grocery stores, bottled Thai chili sauce is a versatile condiment you should keep stocked in your cupboards. I doctor it up with fresh lime juice, fish sauce, sesame seeds, spicy chiles and mint for the easiest and most delicious dipping sauce I can think of for…  Read More

Crispy Brussels Sprouts

Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Pickled Mustard Seeds

Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Pickled Mustard Seeds By Naomi Pomeroy I always liked cooking Brussels sprouts at my old communal dining space, Family Supper, because I love to get people excited about things they think they don’t like. A certain generation of people (mine included) grew up with a poor impression of sprouts based on…  Read More

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Homemade Basil Pesto with Pumpkin Seeds

Nothing beats simple, homemade pesto in the summer. Most recipes for traditional basil pesto call for pine nuts, but I’m here to make the case for pumpkin seeds. I fell in love with pumpkin seeds (pepitas) after visiting Mexico, where seeds and nuts are used in a variety of recipes, from salsas to dessert. I think pumpkin…  Read More

Pear Tarte Tatin

Pear Tarte Tatin with Anise Seed Caramel

Pear Tarte Tatin By Samantha Seneviratne If you have trepidations about pie crust, let this tarte tatin ease your mind. From France, tarte tatin is a simple upside-down caramelized fruit tart. No matter what you do, however it slumps and curves, and whatever bubbles up, the dessert is always beautiful. Rustic and lovely. Legend has…  Read More

Corey Lee's Chocolate|Benu

Chocolate With Candied Seeds by Corey Lee

Chocolate With Candied Seeds By Corey Lee For years, we served traditional molded chocolates, filled and deco­rated individually by hand. They were skillfully made, and many of our guests raved about them. Nonetheless, they always felt incon­gruous with the rest of our menu, appearing somewhat common and possibly interpreted as a platitudinal gesture that comes…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

A Sweet & Spicy Fall Snack By Andrew Zimmern It’s the time of year for indulging in everything pumpkin. And while I could go without the pumpkin spice mania, I do love roasting pumpkin seeds during a night of pre-Halloween pumpkin carving with the family. More often than not, I simply add a sprinkle of…  Read More

|Frisee Salad

Frisee Salad with Candied Bacon & French Vinaigrette

Deconstructed BLT By Andrew Zimmern This is one of my favorite salads. It hits the spot any time of year, but is especially appealing when local tomatoes are in season. The sweet-savory candied bacon and ripe cherry tomatoes offer a great flavor contrast to the bitter frisee and tart vinaigrette. Everyone should have this classic…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Louis Diat Mussels

Louis Diat’s Moules Poulette

This dish was served at the original Ritz Carlton NYC and Maxwell’s Plum, recipe adapted from Louis Diat’s original notes.  This recipe is from my demo at the Aspen Food & Wine Festival, Classic Lost NYC: A tribute to restaurants we’ve loved and lost.

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki, Savory Japanese Pancakes

By Andrew Zimmern Okonomiyaki is a savory and delicious Japanese pancake that I first had on the streets of Osaka. Use cabbage as a base, and add shrimp, bean sprouts and kimchi… top with Bulldog Sauce, Kewpie Mayo, bonito flakes and some of my secret macadamia nut crumble recipe.

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Chicken Basil Stir Fry

Chicken & Thai Basil Stir Fry

By Andrew Zimmern Thai basil makes this easy weeknight chicken stir fry sing. Garnish with cashews, black sesame and cilantro for a perfect, craveable meal.  

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Thai Grilled Beef Salad

Thai Grilled Beef Salad

By Andrew Zimmern There’s nothing like firing up the grill during the summer! Just in time for Father’s Day, I made a delicious Thai grilled beef salad. With aged beef and fresh veggies and herbs, you can put together a healthy, satisfying meal that is sure to wow Dad and your guests. Also, I used…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup

Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup

Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup By Andrew Zimmern Watch me make this recipe step by step on my Instagram stories >>>

Walking Tacos

Gather the following: Diced tomatoes Shredded lettuce Sliced jalapenos Pitted sliced black olives Sour cream Minced onions Chopped cilantro Black bean chili Tomatillo salsa 12 small individual bags of Fritos corn chips Open the Frito bags, add a ladle of chili and  some/all of the above ‘mix-ins’… it’s a taco in a bag. Spoon in…  Read More

Scallop

Scallop Aguachile with Rhubarb

By Andrew Zimmern This is a light, refreshing and fun way to celebrate the season’s rhubarb. Not to mention it is a stunner! It’s so easy, yet impressive. Feel free to use red snapper, bay scallops, shrimp, clams and oysters, as an addition or substitution for the scallops. 

Braised Short Ribs with Sauce ‘Moche’

By Andrew Zimmern Moche means ugly in French and this sauce certainly qualifies, but the results are stupendous and the technique is not fussy. You will see that the demi-glace is optional. For years I’ve reduced stock to make glace to have around, and I find it valuable, but it’s not necessary. For this recipe,…  Read More

Fried Chicken Sandwiches

By Andrew Zimmern Pickle brined fried chicken three ways – Nashville style hot chicken, buffalo sauce and dry rubbed with Sichuan peppercorns and cumin. So easy and delicious, you gotta try it for Super Bowl Sunday!  

New Year’s Eve Caviar & Salmon Tacos

By Andrew Zimmern This is a fun recipe that I originally created for Rock Your Taco at the Austin Food & Wine Festival, and it won first place! The fried bao are a perfect vessel for gravlax, caviar and my bitter lemon creme fraiche puree. I’m using Oklahoma paddlefish caviar here, which is incredible and…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Seared Calamari Salad

Seared Calamari Salad with Mint

Feast of the Seven Fishes By Andrew Zimmern A simple and easy salad, ideal for weeknight dining, and perfect as one of the Feast of the Seven Fishes courses. I get my colatura di alici from Gustiamo. I also buy all my pasta, tomatoes and other ingredients from them as well https://www.gustiamo.com.

Maple Syrup Brats with Pickled Jalapenos

By Andrew Zimmern Have you ever candied a hot dog? Trust me, you need to. I learned this technique while filming an episode of my new show, Family Dinner, in Vermont. Watch me make this recipe:

Pil Pil Shrimp

‘Pil Pil’ Shrimp with Garlic and Olive Oil

By Andrew Zimmern A huge welcome to our newest sponsor Flor de Caña Rum and a huge thank you to Kauai Shrimp for the amazing shrimp. Pil Pil Shrimp is one of the most delicious and simplest of seafood dishes!

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Mother’s Day Shakshuka

Shakshuka By Andrew Zimmern A one skillet recipe with bright North African and Mediterranean flavors, shakshuka is an easy dish of eggs baked in a savory, spicy tomato and red pepper sauce. It’s an impressive but foolproof brunch or lunch, and a compelling argument for eggs for dinner. Watch me make this live on Instagram:…  Read More

Pecan Bars

Aunt Suzanne’s Caramel Pecan Bars

A Simple, Foolproof Treat By Andrew Zimmern Everyone is baking these days, myself included. I venture to guess that it’s because the category represents the ultimate comfort food: A warm crusty bread, perfect cookies, or these simple bars my Aunt Suzanne makes all the time. I just made this batch, and turned her notes into…  Read More