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5 Unique Salsas for Cinco de Mayo

Don’t settle for the jarred stuff. From a smoky pineapple salsa to an all-purpose thick chile sauce, here are five fresh and flavorful salsas to add to your Cinco de Mayo spread. Fresh Tomatillo Salsa This fresh tomatillo salsa has a tangy, herby, citrusy flavor with an extra kick from the jalapenos and poblanos chiles.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for biscochitos

The Perfect Holiday Cookie: Biscochitos

Rich Cinnamon & Sugar Cookies By Andrew Zimmern Three years ago in New Mexico, I met the Otero family. Steve orchestrated the matanza, or traditional pig feast famous in the Southwest for using every part of the hog. He browned back ribs and pork loin in a cast-iron pan 3 feet wide over a wood…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cheeseburger Meatball Sub

Cheeseburger Meatball Subs

By Andrew Zimmern I have wanted to try this version of meatballs for a while because I am really obsessed with all kinds, from all cultures and food traditions. They are light when rolled properly and not overcooked. Meatballs are versatile and can be made quickly on a weeknight with ingredients of all types. Grilled…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Black Pepper Chicken

Stir Fried Chicken with Pea Tips

Black Pepper Chicken Stir Fry By Andrew Zimmern This is an easy meal that comes together quickly and — with a pot of rice and some cucumber salad — makes for a simple and delicious meal. I made a monster batch just to see if I could, and while it was unwieldy, I wanted to…  Read More

Mushroom & Miso Fettuccine

Cool Evenings Call for a Perfect Fall Pasta Dish By Andrew Zimmern If you need to make dinner in 12 minutes, how about a salad and this PERFECT pasta dish? The umami of the miso and fish sauce may sound strange, but it’s tempered by the butter and cream, which intensify the flavors of the…  Read More

Fried Chicken Sandwich

My Favorite Chicken Sandwich of the Moment By Andrew Zimmern I make several versions that everyone in the family loves, and I think this one is my current favorite. A quick marinade, the sweetness from the par-cooked garlic/ginger, the killer jammy mustard sauce. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do.  

Easy Black Pepper Beef

A superbly easy, timeless family favorite. By Andrew Zimmern I love this dish. I’ve been making it for years and long ago hybridized it with my beef with snow peas and oyster sauce recipe. You can use any green veg, but I stay away from anything that adds too much moisture, so avoid leafy greens…  Read More

Korean japchae stir-fried glass noodles with beef, vegetables, and soy sauce

Japchae with Beef and Vegetables

Japchae with Beef and Vegetables By Andrew Zimmern Korean food is bound to the earth. Their culture understands wellness, health, and diet are indispensably tied together. I love cooking Korean food, especially dishes like japchae, made with sweet potato starch noodles and a dozen vegetables, some meat if you care to, and a simple seasoning…  Read More

Andrew Zimmenr Recipe Glazed Chicken with Root Beer

Sticky Spicy Glazed Chicken with Root Beer

Sticky Spicy Glazed Chicken with Root Beer By Andrew Zimmern I was making a classic take on a version of Chinese three-cup chicken. I was in a duck camp, and wanted to braise the dark quarters from birds we had shot and serve them with rice. I had all the stuff I needed except some…  Read More

Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken Tikka Masala By Andrew Zimmern This creamy, tomato-based, richly spiced curry has been a stalwart in my house for decades. It may not be traditional — there’s no long marinade, you don’t need a tandoori oven — but I can guarantee it’s delicious, and convenient and accessible enough for a weeknight dinner. My secret…  Read More

Chicken Piccata Meatballs

Chicken Piccata Meatballs By Andrew Zimmern If you love the citrusy, briny punch of a classic Italian-American chicken piccata, this recipe is meant for you. The easy chicken meatballs are made with my Italian Seasoning, exploding with the rich flavors of basil, oregano, garlic, shallot and chiles. Serve them over pasta with a generous showering…  Read More

Beef Birria

Birria Torta Ahogado By Andrew Zimmern For the last several years, birria recipes and all of their spinoffs (quesabirria! birria ramen! birria pizza!) have certainly had their time in the limelight. And while it may be trendy, no one can deny it is utterly delicious at its core — goat, beef or lamb, bathed in…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Lamb Chops

Marry Me Lamb Chops

Simple Grilled Lamb Chops By Andrew Zimmern I know this is a big promise, but I stand by it… whomever you make these for will be forever indebted to you. Yes, these lamb chops are that good, and they couldn’t be simpler.  An easy marinade of garlic, lemon and my Moroccan-style Grill Magic seasoning, a…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Meatball Sliders

Garlic Bread Meatball Parm Sliders

Craveable Meatball Pull-Apart Sliders By Andrew Zimmern This easy crowd-pleaser has become a favorite in my household, for parties, on game day, as an appetizer or dinner. The combination of pork, veal and chicken makes a beautiful, tender meatball that’s elevated with my flavorful Andrew Zimmern Badia Italian spice blend – with REAL flavors of…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Gnocchi

Potato Gnocchi alla Panna

By Andrew Zimmern Potatoes are one of Maine’s most valuable agricultural commodities, last year the state harvested nearly 2 BILLION pounds. There is a newer varietal, the widely available Caribou Russet, that’s ideal for my favorite gnocchi recipe. This gnocchi dough is so forgiving and simple, so no need to be intimidated. Plus, it makes…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe hamachi collar

Sweet and Sour, Sticky and Spicy Hamachi Kama

Broiled Yellowtail Collar By Andrew Zimmern This recipe is from a cooking demo I did last week at the New York City Wine and Food Festival, in an effort to promote sustainable and ethical practices around the farming, fishing, cooking and eating of seafood. Eating roasted fish collars are one of life’s great joys, so…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Fried Pheasant

Nashville-Style Hot Fried Pheasant

Spicy Fried Pheasant By Andrew Zimmern In this episode of Wild Game Kitchen, I take one of my favorite dishes, Nashville-style hot fried chicken, and reinterpret it for wild pheasant. Hot and spicy, batter-coated, crispy fried pheasant is paired with a spinach salad topped with bacon vinaigrette and ice cold mint basil lemonade—a perfect spread…  Read More

Wild Hog Adovada

Braised Carne Adovada By Andrew Zimmern Learn to make carne adovada in this episode of Wild Game Kitchen, with easy tips for butchering and braising wild hog shoulder with lots of chiles, vinegar and Mexican oregano in a Dutch oven over an open fire. To complete the meal, I’m cooking up a pot of cilantro…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe Grilled Turkey Legs

Grilled Butterflied Turkey Legs with Lemon Orzo

Foolproof Turkey Legs on the Grill By Andrew Zimmern In this episode of Wild Game Kitchen, I’m sharing a genius technique for butchering and grilling butterflied turkey legs over an open fire, an easy way to ensure the meat is cooked perfectly without drying it out. To complement the richness of the meat, I’m serving…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Grilled Quail Noodle Salad

Grilled Quail Noodle Salad Recipe

Simple Vietnamese Noodle Salad By Andrew Zimmern This is my favorite Vietnamese-inspired cold noodle salad, topped with a spicy herb sauce, lots of colorful fresh vegetables and perfectly grilled quail.

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Wild Boar Ragu

Wild Boar Ragu Recipe

Classic Northern Italian Wild Boar Ragu By Andrew Zimmern In this episode of Wild Game Kitchen, I’m preparing a traditional Northern Italian-style wild boar ragu. I’ll show you how to butcher the boar shoulder, then simmer it over a low fire with red wine and tomatoes to pair with a hearty bowl of pasta.

Andrew Zimmern’s Ultimate Football Menu

Look no further for your ultimate game day menu. Kick off your football festivities with fried tater tots with sweet and spicy glaze, oyster hush puppies with pepper mojo, and charred tomatillo salsa with chips. Then move down the line to three kinds of chicken wings: curried with fried shallots, sticky-spicy ‘Chamoy’ wings, and one-pot…

Smoked Wild Boar Ribs with Classic Potato Salad

Smoked Wild Boar Ribs with Classic Potato Salad

Wild boar ribs: It’s what’s for lunch. In this episode of Wild Game Kitchen, I make a homemade barbecue rub, basting sauce and barbecue sauce for wild boar ribs. After smoking the racks low and slow for a few hours over hardwood coals, you’ll have a legendary feast. In addition to the boar, I also…  Read More

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 Recipe Pork Kebabs

Grilled Pork Kebabs

Easy Grilled Pork Kebabs By Andrew Zimmern In this recipe, I marinate pork in my new citrus herb seasoning, Greek yogurt and lemon before skewering the meat and cooking it in a hot pan. Serve it stuffed into pitas or as a rice bowl with tomato and cucumber salad and tzatziki sauce.

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Winter Roll

Winter Rolls with Grilled Beef & Shrimp Recipe

By Andrew Zimmern Beef and shrimp winter rolls are so easy and delicious to make. The lightly seared beef adds such a richness to a fresh bunch of herbs and greens. Watch Me Make Winter Rolls:

My Easiest Fried Rice Recipe

Fried rice is one of those dishes that is even easier to make than it is to order! I like to use day-old rice (white rice, jasmine rice, basmati rice… any leftover rice– by the way, did you know you can even freeze rice for future use?) and any protein I have left over from…  Read More

Sweet & Sour Meatballs

By Andrew Zimmern I can’t think of a better game day or cocktail party appetizer than these retro meatballs. With a sticky, sweet-and-sour pineapple glaze, they remind me of the 60s, when the tiki bar trend really flourished in New York City. The key to keeping these tender is to not overwork the mix of…  Read More