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Thai Shrimp Salad

7 Easy Thai Recipes to Make at Home

Forget Takeout, Make Thai Food at Home The stunning complexity of Thai cuisine, studded at brief intervals with simple, elegant dishes, makes it one of the world’s most popular cuisines. Hot, sour, salty and sweet, the flavors of Thailand are truly addictive. Most of these recipes are easier than you’d think, but if you’re looking…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Best Super Bowl Recipes

My Best Game Day Recipes I love the traditional nacho and chicken wing spread, alongside dishes inspired by my travels—from fried chicken summer rolls to Baltimore-style crab cakes. If you’re really ambitious, go all out and construct the ultimate Super Bowl snackadium.   Fried Chicken Summer Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce They’re commonly filled with shrimp and roast…  Read More

Poached salmon

Andrew Zimmern’s Best Salmon Recipes

Easy Salmon Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Salmon takes well to almost every cooking technique imaginable—grilling, broiling, sautéing, steaming and poaching… even raw, the fish is buttery and oceanic. Here are eight ways to prepare this healthy menu star, from a classic poached salmon served hot or cold, to a throw-back tomato and salmon…  Read More

Thai coconut salmon soup

Thai Coconut Salmon Soup

Thai Coconut Salmon Soup By Andrew Zimmern While following in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark in Oregon, I spent a day filming and fishing with Brigette McConville, who is lovingly referred to as the salmon queen, along the Columbia River. I was inspired to create this recipe that uses parts of the salmon that…  Read More

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Healthy Weeknight Recipes

9 Healthy(ish) Recipes for Winter Here are a few hearty, yet healthy meals to get you excited about that post-holiday detox.   Roast Chicken with Ratatouille Family meal night across America just got easier, and so did entertaining on a budget. Ratatouille paired with roast chicken pieces is a classic combination that even your kids will…  Read More

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Andrew Zimmern’s Best Game Day Recipes

15 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Football Season Few things excite me more than the prospect of a lazy Sunday spent hanging out with friends and family eating football couch chow. I love cooking for a crowd, rolling out different finger foods, hearty soups and snacks throughout the day. Here are some of my go-to recipes for…  Read More

4th July Recipes

25 Recipes for a 4th of July Feast

STARTERS • Grilled Pineapple Salsa • Fried Artichokes & Lemon Aioli • Baltimore-Style Crab Cakes • Avocado Salsa • Crab Rolls & Chile Sauce     BARBECUE • Pulled Pork with BBQ Sauce • Pineapple-Glazed Spare Ribs • Franklin Barbecue’s Beef Ribs • BBQ Mop Sauce & Texas Dry Rub • 12-Hour Whole Packer Brisket       SEAFOOD…  Read More

One Pot Sticky Chicken Wings

18 Recipes for Super Bowl Sunday

Game Day Snacks & Soups I’m a huge football fan, and love any excuse I can find to veg out on the couch with family and indulge in my favorite finger foods and one-pot meals. And even if your hometown team didn’t make it to the Super Bowl, I’ll bet you still need some snack…  Read More

Crab Rolls

Crab Rolls with Thai Chile Sauce

Crispy Crab Spring Rolls By Andrew Zimmern The crust of these crispy crab rolls filled with moist flaked seafood, is made with—surprise!—soft, white sandwich bread. For a party, I fry these in an electric skillet, it’s the easiest and best way for these tasty guilty pleasures to be as fresh as possible for our guests. I…  Read More

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Music City Food + Wine Demo Recipes

Globally Hot Chicken Music City Food + Wine Festival is one of the best food festivals in the country. It’s small and intimate, there’s great food and demos, and needless to say, amazing music. Here the recipes from my Globally Hot Chicken demonstration at this year’s Music City Food + Wine Festival. Duck Tsukune Tsukune are Japanese…  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 Thai Beef Salad

Thai-Style Spicy Grilled Beef Salad

My Version of a Thai Menu Staple By Andrew Zimmern This spicy, savory Asian grilled beef salad is pushed over the top by addictively delicious fried potato crisps. It’s an easy, ultra-flavorful summertime meal.

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Crispy Crab Rolls|Andrew Zimmern Recipe Crispy Crab Rolls

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Crispy Crab Rolls

Crispy Crab Rolls By Andrew Zimmern This dish combines my love of Asian cooking and my obsession with mid-19th century Southern country club recipes. The crust of these crispy crab rolls filled with moist flaked seafood, is made with—surprise!—soft, white sandwich bread. Served with a doctored Thai sweet chile sauce, it’s an irresistible snack. Watch Andrew…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: How to Prep Lemongrass

How to Prep Lemongrass I love cooking with lemongrass. It’s a staple of many Asian cuisines that lends a unique citrusy aroma and flavor to soups, curries, marinades, stir-fries, dumplings and dipping sauces, even cocktails. Peel away the dried, tough outer layers, trim the top of the long stalk, pound the root end with a…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks Fried Crispy Shallots

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Twice-Fried Crispy Shallots

Twice-Fried Crispy Shallots By Andrew Zimmern Just like good French fries, shallots are best fried not once, but twice. Cook them the first time at a low temperature, allowing the shallots to release their moisture and soften. Raise the temperature and fry them again for just a few seconds, and the shallots will brown and…  Read More

One of the Most Unique Dining Experiences in the World

San Francisco’s In Situ By Bob & Sue By offering the signature recipes of many of the world’s greatest chefs, Michelin 3-star chef Corey Lee of Benu and his executive chef Brandon Rodgers have made In Situ, located in the renovated Museum of Modern Art, one of the most unique dining experiences in the world. The…  Read More

Steak au Poivre

6 Romantic Valentine’s Day Menus

Impressive Valentine’s Day Recipes A love of good food is universal, it’s what connects us all… trust me, I’ve spent a lifetime trying to prove this very point. So this Valentine’s Day, skip the dinner reservations at a fancy restaurant and practice the art of seduction from the comforts of your own kitchen. Here are…  Read More

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21 Easy Holiday Appetizers

Festive Finger Foods Start the party off right this holiday season with one of these delicious appetizers, from simple and elegant seafood dishes like spicy mussels fra diavolo to throwback recipes from my childhood—salmon aspic is making a comeback, you heard it here first. Whether you’re headed to an office potluck or inviting friends over for a festive…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Guide to Deep-Frying

Deep Fry Like a Pro The word ‘fried’ is one of the most maligned terms in the kitchen. There’s no denying that fried foods aren’t the healthiest thing you can put in your mouth. But let’s face it, we’re pleasure seekers at heart and a little fried food every now and again is soul satisfying.…  Read More

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Andrew Zimmern’s Hanukkah Favorites

My Best Hanukkah Recipes The Festival of Lights refers to a lamp in the temple that had only enough oil to last the Maccabees one night, but instead lasted for eight. The holiday celebrates the miracle of the oil, so fried foods are the perfect Hanukkah metaphor. If you’re sick of latkes and donuts, think outside of the…  Read More

Soup Recipes|

Around the World with 12 Delicious Soups

Soup Recipes from Across the Globe I love the convenience, simplicity and versatility of a one pot meal. Need to use up last week’s vegetables? Make soup. Coming down with a cold? Matzoh ball soup cures everything. Feeding a crowd? Whip up a big pot of chili. There’s a soup for every occasion in every culture across the…  Read More

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Coconut Cauliflower Soup with Ginger & Turmeric

Coconut Cauliflower Soup with Ginger & Turmeric By Rebecca Katz Roasting cauliflower brings out the vegetable’s natural sweetness and creates a beautiful golden brown color that delights the eyes as much as the taste buds. Add Thai coconut and the taste is divine! Recipe from Clean Soups  by Rebecca Katz.

Soft-Shell Crab 3 Ways

How to Celebrate the Short Soft Shell Crab Season Over the years my love for crabs has grown steadily, especially fresh soft shell crabs. This is the time of year to avoid the frozen blue swimmer imports that seem to populate every crab shack and sushi bar during the rest of the year. May is…  Read More

Summer Rolls

Senegalese Summer Rolls with Peanut Ginger Sauce

Senegalese Summer Rolls By Pierre Thiam This recipe is obviously inspired by the classic Vietnamese summer roll. Senegal saw a wave of Vietnamese immigrants around the time of the First Indochina War while Vietnam and Senegal were both still under French colonial rule. Nems, our take on fried Vietnamese spring rolls, are a beloved staple…  Read More

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Pan-Fried Sea Bass

Senegalese Firire By Pierre Thiam Firire, a corruption of the French frire (“to fry”), is what we call fried fish in Senegal. You can use fish fillets if you don’t want to deal with fish bones, but in Senegal we like to eat with our hands, grabbing the head or the tail of the fish…  Read More

Epcot Food & Wine Festival Demo Recipes

Chinese Brunch at Epcot Food & Wine Festival

Demo Recipes from Epcot Food & Wine From my kitchen to yours, here are the recipes from my Chinese Brunch cooking demonstration at the 2015 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. A huge thanks to everyone who helped produce such a wonderful event. Enjoy!   Cold Peanut Sesame Noodles I first came across these noodles in…  Read More

5 Questions: Marcus Samuelsson

Marcus Off Duty In Marcus Off Duty, chef, award-winning author and TV host Marcus Samuelsson steps out of the restaurant and into his home kitchen, where he teaches readers to cook global, flavorful and approachable recipes. It’s a beautiful book, filled with funky illustrations, stories, personalized playlists, and his tips and tricks for tackling ethnic…  Read More

Where to Eat Meat in Kansas City

Barbecue Royalty Of course no one agrees on who serves the best barbecue in Kansas City and with over 100 restaurants touting the city’s claim to fame, we’re not going to try to discern who makes the best pulled pork or burnt ends. But one thing is for certain, a trip to Kansas City is…  Read More

Easy Homemade Popsicles

Easy Homemade Popsicles

Healthy Frozen Treats Made with pineapple, yogurt, fresh herbs and Thai chiles, these spicy frozen popsicles are not your grandmother’s popsicles. I love to make these easy after-school snacks with my son when we have fruit, vegetables and herbs that need to be used up in our fridge. So don’t feel encumbered by the ingredients…  Read More

Eggplant

7 Ways to Use Eggplant

Versatile Summer Vegetable Eggplant can be roasted, grilled, sautéed, pickled, steamed, baked, broiled and fried. Some of the small Thai varietals can even be sliced, seasoned and eaten raw. They come in more colors and shapes than they have names, from the popular dark purple oversized American cultivars of European ancestry to the teeny pale…  Read More