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Andrew Zimmern's recipe for kielbasa and pea soup

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Kielbasa Split Pea Soup

Kielbasa Split Pea Soup By Andrew Zimmern My grandma started making a version of this almost 50 years ago, using kosher hot dogs and her mom’s pea soup recipe. Suffice it to say, it’s changed. Make it with your favorite Eastern European sausage—kielbasa, Krakowska and Ukrainian all rock in this soup. I like to use…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Matzoh Ball Soup

Matzoh Ball Soup By Andrew Zimmern A Passover staple, matzoh ball soup is nurturing and medicinal. Before I had a bottle in my mouth I was sipping on this soup, and it’s remained one of my top five favorite foods. This is the only recipe I’ve come across that measures up to my grandmother’s. This…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Avgolemono Sauce

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Avgolemono Sauce

Avgolemono Sauce By Andrew Zimmern Avgolemono sauce is one of the classic sauces in the Greek pantheon of culinary wisdom. It’s a lemony sauce that’s liaised, or thickened, with eggs. Here, I’m using the drippings from a roasted leg of lamb to fortify the avgolemono sauce with extra flavor. If you are making this sauce…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for roast leg of lamb

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Roast Leg of Lamb

Roasted Leg of Lamb with Avgolemono Sauce By Andrew Zimmern Nothing beats roasting a whole leg of lamb. Roasting the leg of lamb directly on the oven rack will allow the meat to evenly brown and caramelize on all sides. While this recipe is best in the oven, it’s easily adaptable for the grill, cooking over…  Read More

Corned Beef

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Glazed Corned Beef

Corned Beef with Bourbon-Molasses Glaze By Andrew Zimmern This recipe is one of my favorites, the sticky bourbon-molasses glaze gives the meat an irresistible touch of sweetness that balances out the brine. Brining your own corned beef at home is easy, all you need is the right equipment and time, about 7 to 10 days—therefore…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for Shepherd's Pie

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Shepherd’s Pie

Shepherd’s Pie By Andrew Zimmern Shepherd’s pie is a rustic, humble and comforting dish, and a great way to feed a crowd. This hearty casserole is traditionally made with lamb, but feel free to substitute ground beef, or a mix of beef and lamb, if you’d prefer. Watch Andrew make this recipe:

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for shrimp etouffee

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Shrimp Étouffée

Shrimp Étouffée By Andrew Zimmern Several years ago in New Orleans, I got a lesson in étouffée-making from the doyenne of Louisiana cooking, Poppy Tooker. It’s a day I will never forget. Étouffée is a riff on the old French verb “to smother,” and while there are as many recipes for étouffée as there are…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for Swedish meatballs

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Swedish Meatballs

Swedish Meatballs with Beef Gravy By Andrew Zimmern I don’t think there is a more soul-satisfying meal than Swedish meatballs with mashed potatoes smothered in homemade beef gravy. I like to brown the meatballs in butter first, before finishing them in the oven with a little chicken stock so they stay nice and moist. This…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for Hunan Peanut Sauce

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Hunan-Style Peanut Sauce

Hunan-Style Peanut Sauce By Andrew Zimmern This classic Hunan-style peanut sauce is one of my favorites for dipping, glazing and enjoying with all sorts of Asian food. It’s great with sticky rice, fried chicken summer rolls, ribs, chicken satay, pork belly or chicken off the grill. Watch Andrew make this recipe:

Andrew Zimmern's Coq au Vin

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Coq Au Vin

Coq Au Vin By Andrew Zimmern A traditional French stew, coq au vin is a rich red wine-braised chicken dish that’s easy enough for a weeknight meal, yet elegant and impressive for a dinner party or holiday meal. This recipe is so good I would serve it to chef Daniel Boulud without flinching. I often…  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 recipe for turkey gravy

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Turkey Gravy

Classic Turkey Gravy By Andrew Zimmern You can use this foolproof technique to make perfectly seasoned gravy from any roasted poultry. Add the giblets, onions and rich poultry stock to the bottom of the roasting pan to catch all of the drippings and deepen the flavor of the gravy. Then finish the gravy on the stovetop,…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Thanksgiving Turkey

Thanksgiving Turkey 101 By Andrew Zimmern Roasting a turkey can be intimidating. It’s the crown jewel of the Thanksgiving table, the star of the show—and yet so many things can go wrong, from dried-out white meat to overcooked stuffing and underseasoned gravy. Try these simple tips for Thanksgiving success, whether this is your first or…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Roast Duck

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Bohemian Roasted Duck with Caraway

Roasted Duck with Caraway & Orange By Andrew Zimmern When I was growing up in NYC in the ’60s, my dad would take me out every week for roast duck at the amazing Czech and Eastern European restaurants that helped define our neighborhood for generations. We always ordered the Bohemian duck, which is simply roasted…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Ma Po Eggplant

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Ma Po Eggplant

Ma Po Eggplant By Andrew Zimmern This is one of my favorite Chinese dishes, made easy for the home cook. It’s a spicy, savory pork sauté served over roasted eggplant. I adore eggplant and make this dish all the time as part of a multi-course spread or just by itself alongside a bowl of steamed…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Black rice risotto

Black Rice Risotto with Peas, Asparagus & Mushrooms

Black Risotto with Peas, Asparagus & Mushrooms By Andrew Zimmern This black rice boasts an intense fragrance, with a chewy texture and roasted, nutty flavor that pairs beautifully with fresh spring vegetables.

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

Andrew Zimmern's Shrimp and blue grits

Shrimp & Blue Grits with Andouille Sausage

Shrimp & Blue Grits with Andouille Sausage By Andrew Zimmern Recipes for this classic Southern dish vary greatly—some have sausage or bacon, some are loaded with mushrooms, some have a tomato-based gravy, while others have no gravy at all. Use this recipe as a good base, and feel free to experiment from there. The recipe…  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.

Pot Roast

Andrew Zimmern’s Chrismukkah Guide

How to Win Chrismukkah This Year No matter what holiday you celebrate, I’m sure we can all agree that food is what ties the season together. At my house, the kitchen smells of fabulous food from Hanukkah to New Years, whether it’s roasted duck or fruit cake. It’s the best time of the year. I’ve…  Read More

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How to Make Perfect Fried Turkey

Juicy Fried Turkey with Crispy Skin By Andrew Zimmern I love fried turkey, but frying the whole bird isn’t a good idea. It’s dangerous, the outside gets overcooked before the inside is tender and the lengthy frying time means the turkey absorbs too much oil. I suggest you break down a turkey into its pieces, using…  Read More

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Wine-Braised Turkey with Creamy Gravy

A Foolproof Braised Turkey Smothered in Creamy Gravy By Andrew Zimmern There are many different solutions to the age-old conundrum of how to cook a turkey evenly and successfully. To me, breaking it down into its pieces is the most foolproof and flexible approach. Braising the turkey pieces in wine and aromatics results in a flavorful…  Read More

Tomato Soup with Cheese Toastie

Roasted Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Toasties

The Ultimate Roasted Tomato Soup By Andrew Zimmern Nothing hits the spot more on a chilly day than dipping grilled cheese into tomato soup. In this recipe, I take the classic pairing to the next level—adding prosciutto, tomatoes and caramelized onions to the cheesy sandwiches and slow-roasted tomatoes to the soup for an intensified, rich flavor.

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 globe.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Tuscan Tomato Bread Soup

Tuscan Roasted Tomato & Bread Soup

Pappa al Pomodoro By Andrew Zimmern Looking for a way to use up leftover bread? This time of year, pappa al pomodoro is the best answer. I prefer to make Italian tomato-bread soup with slow-roasted tomatoes because it intensifies the sweetness of the tomatoes and gives the soup a rich depth of flavor. If you…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Italian Wedding Soup

Italian Wedding Soup with Orzo & Meatballs

An Easy “Sort of Italian” Wedding Soup By Andrew Zimmern This Italian-American-ish soup is pure comfort in a bowl. While there are endless variations to this recipe, I prefer to make my meatballs with ground dark meat chicken, Italian sausage and Pecorino Romano for an extra flavor boost. I think escarole adds a nice bitterness…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Veal Marsala

Veal Marsala with Rosemary & Mushrooms

Italian Comfort Food for Autumn By Andrew Zimmern For this traditional veal marsala recipe, I prefer to use bone-in veal chops instead of boneless cuts from the leg because they tend to overcook and dry out quickly. If you don’t want to use veal, this mushroom and marsala sauce pairs well with chicken thighs or…  Read More

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How to Make Dashi Broth at Home

Homemade Dashi Broth By Jennifer McGruther A traditional base for soups in Japan, dashi is made from seaweed and bonito flakes, or shaved flakes of dried skipjack tuna, which you can find at many supermarkets and health foods stores as well as Asian markets. Mild in flavor, dashi makes for a clear broth with faint, subtle…  Read More

Fresh Pea Soup

Very Fresh Spring Pea Soup

Fresh Pea Soup By Andrew Zimmern  This fresh pea soup is a celebration of spring in a bowl. You can use frozen peas if you must, but shelling your own peas is worth the extra step.  

Andrew Zimmern's Vegetable Barigoule

Spring Vegetable Barigoule

Artichoke & Asparagus Barigoule By Andrew Zimmern Barigoule is classic, it’s French and it’s the perfect time of year for it. IT’S SPRING! You can put on some great music, open the kitchen window and have a great dish to snack on all week long. I usually double this recipe because it goes so fast…  Read More