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Grilled Elk Chops with Apples, Onions and Rutabaga Mash

Grilled Elk Chops with Apples, Onions and Rutabaga Mash

I’m an elk guy all the way. It’s just gamey enough to remind you’re not eating beef, and is beautifully marbled. In this recipe, I grill bone-in elk chops with a simple mustard glaze over hardwood charcoal, served with mashed rutabaga and an irresistible topping of pan-seared bacon, apples and onions. I loves to use…  Read More

Red Chile Rabbit Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa Recipe

Red Chile Rabbit Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa Recipe

You should be eating more rabbit. Why? It’s lean, healthy, high protein, and sustainable. Plus, it tastes great. In this recipe, I skewer the kidney, livers and hearts and cook them over live fire. It’s my favorite part. The rest of the rabbit is braised in a rich and flavorful red chile sauce and served…  Read More

Prosciutto-Wrapped Grilled Trout with Herb Sauce and Lemon Rice Pilaf

My Recipes from Andrew Zimmern’s Wild Game Kitchen

As a lifelong outdoorsman and chef, I’m thrilled to marry my passion for hunting and fishing with cooking over fire. I think these cooking episodes are some of my best work, and I keep asking myself why? I’ve come to realize it’s because I am so excited about teaching people to cook. Viewers can tell when I am…

Spicy Fried Bison Bites Recipe with Tamarind and Hunan Peanut Sauce

Spicy Fried Bison Bites Recipe with Tamarind and Hunan Peanut Sauce

Medium rare bison is such a treat. I love serving it with two dipping sauces– an Indian-inspired tamarind sauce and a classic Hunan peanut sauce. In this recipe, I make bite-sized bison, fried until crisp, tossed in a spicy seasoning blend. They are absolutely addictive. Watch me make this recipe here. Like this recipe? Save…  Read More

My Favorite Recipes from Family Dinner

There’s nothing quite like a family tradition. And when the tradition is around a shared meal, even better. My show, Family Dinner (Magnolia Network), brings me to families across America to explore how the cultural, regional and historical facets of who we are inform what and how we eat. Making this show was very important…

Andrew ZImmern Knife Skills video series

Andrew Zimmern’s Free Knife Skills Course

I’m thrilled to share my new Knife Skills video series, presented by Shun Cutlery, with all of you. We’ve been working on this series of 10 videos for months, and I think you’re going to love them. A nice, sharp knife makes such a huge difference. But the thing is, you also need to know…

Learn to Cut Batons with this Sweet Potato & Shrimp Fritter Recipe

I love these sweet potato & shrimp fritters with nuoc cham. This classic Vietnamese street food is packed with flavor, texture and stunning color. It seems like the kind of thing you only order in a restaurant, but I promise it’s easier to make at home than you think. And it’s gluten- and dairy-free. I’ll…  Read More

Andrew ZImmern Knife Skills video series

The Knives Every Home Cook Needs (and How to Care for Them)

Do you really need a quality chef’s knife? I think so. A quality knife works better, is safer to use, and— with the right care— will last a long time. There are a few easy things that you can do to ensure you get the most out of your knives. I’m discussing all this in…

Andrew Zimmern's Smoked Trout Dip

Smoked Fish Dip Recipe

I love this easy, flavorful smoked fish dip recipe. You can make it with smoked salmon, smoked trout, mackerel, whitefish… you get the picture. Schmeared on Ritz crackers, saltines, toast points… this isn’t fancy food, it’s yummy, up at the cabin food. The kind of thing you can whip together with stuff in your pantry.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Grilled Deviled Chicken Thighs With Mint-Yogurt Sauce

Grilled Deviled Chicken Thighs With Mint-Yogurt Sauce Recipe

I recently shared this grilled chicken recipe with People magazine, and it’s a big winner. This grilled chicken recipe highlights all the flavors: sour, salty, bitter, sweet and spicy. It’s a big-flavor dish amplified by the char of the grill and soothed by the tart, acidic chill of the yogurt sauce. Serve it with homemade…  Read More

Learn to Slice and Chop with this Gorgeous Rustic Vegetable Tian Recipe

Make this rustic vegetable tian recipe while learning how to chop and slice. Today, we’re making the ultimate Provençal side dish (though let me be clear— it’s hearty enough to work as a main). I’m taking zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, onions and garlic, tons of fresh herbs, capers, Parmesan breadcrumbs and my Badia Italian Seasoning…  Read More

Lisa Donovan’s Slab Buttermilk Pie Recipe

Lisa Donovan’s Slab Buttermilk Pie Recipe By Lisa Donovan I developed my buttermilk chess pie when I was working with Sean Brock as his pastry chef as a nod to both of our deep Appalachian roots. It became a huge staple in my career and in my social life – I basically couldn’t show up…  Read More

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Andrew Zimmern’s Fall Reading List

I don’t know about you, but September always feels like a mid-year reset. I find myself prioritizing things that keep me grounded– both in body and mind. Books do a great job of this. From memoirs to cookbooks (yes, I sit down and read some cover to cover), and even a zine, here’s what I’m…

Simple Ways to Create an Easy Back-to-School Transition

It’s almost back-to-school time. After three months of loose schedules, late bedtimes, and long days at the pool, the day after Labor Day feels like a natural reset. To ease the transition, I always look to gear that makes mealtime (and life) fun and as stress-free as possible.   Here are some of my favorite ways…

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10 Great Gifts for Dads That Love Food

Father’s Day is June 19, 2022. What does a dad want for Father’s Day? Good food and quality time with the people I love most. It’s that simple. I’m the kind of guy who loves doing the cooking for any occasion, and Father’s Day is no exception. With that in mind, I’ve highlighted some food-centric…

My Favorite Meats, Fish and Wild Game for Grilling

My Go-to Grillables Want to up your grill game? Start with better proteins. I’ve created this list of some of my favorites– from Waygu beef and Kurobuta pork to sustainable striped bass and wild game. I’ve included some links to recipes in the post as well. You can follow them to the letter, or use…

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Andrew Zimmern’s Favorite Olive Oils

It probably won’t surprise you to learn that I have a lot of different olive oils. I’m always trying new ones, and the four listed here get used so often I just keep them out on my counter. It helps that they’re all absolutely stunning to look at– I don’t always need my food to…

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Broiled Asparagus

Broiled Asparagus Recipe

The Easiest Way to Cook Asparagus By Andrew Zimmern It’s springtime and asparagus is abundant in the markets. I like to toss it in a wok with an umami-rich black bean sauce, serve it as a salad with poached lobster, blitz it into a springy pesto and shave ribbons of it for classic fettuccine primavera.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Bitter Greens Citrus Salad

Bitter Greens Citrus Salad Recipe

Bitter Greens Citrus Salad By Andrew Zimmern This is what I call my “house” salad, the one I serve most often that pairs well with almost anything. It’s a base of bitter greens, like radicchio, frisee and endive, topped with grapefruit and orange slices, red onion, fresh dill and a slightly sweet citrus vinaigrette to…  Read More

15 Great Mother’s Day Gifts

Mother’s Day is May 8, 2022. I’m always a little hesitant to celebrate moms by giving them kitchen stuff. The last thing a mom needs, especially on Mother’s Day, is feeling compelled to be in service to others. Most moms do that all day, every day. I think some of the best gifts are ones…