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5 Questions: Melissa Joulwan

Eat Clean. Live Loud. Melissa Joulwan is a badass. A retired Texas Rollergirl, Mel J has a serious thing for friendly competition, the band Social Disortion and cooking up a storm. In 2008, she launched her blog, Clothes Make the Girl, which kinda started out as a lifestyle/style site and eventually became one of the…  Read More

David Lebovitz’s Top Picks for Paris

Our Favorite American in Paris A veteran pastry chef who spent more than a decade working at Chez Panisse before moving to Paris and launching a wildly successful blog, David Lebovitz is our go-to guru for Parisian food and cooking. He’s written several cookbooks, including The Perfect Scoop, his best-selling guide to homemade ice cream,…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's lobster with curry

Lobster with Artichokes & Curry

A Tangy, Sweet and Luscious Combination By Andrew Zimmern When I entertain, my guests won’t stand for me making every dish ahead of time. Friends love to gather in the kitchen and watch me pull something together. This easy recipe is a great compromise: The components can be prepped ahead of time, plus the final…  Read More

Corned Beef

Corned Beef Brisket with Bourbon & Molasses Glaze

An Irish Staple By Andrew Zimmern What’s a St. Paddy’s Day celebration without corned beef brisket? 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. Once the beef is in the oven, bring remaining beef poaching liquid to boil, and…  Read More

Ivan Orkin’s Eggplant Mazemen

Ivan Orkin’s Eggplant Mazemen

An Ivan Ramen Specialty By Ivan Orkin This eggplant mazemen, like many other dishes at Ivan Ramen, employs a decidedly Latin cooking technique and component:  The sofrito.

5 Questions: Ivan Orkin

For the Love of Ramen Ivan Orkin’s path to culinary greatness is somewhat like folklore. A Jewish guy from Long Island falls in love with Japanese culture and cuisine, marries a Japanese woman and moves to Tokyo. In 2007, he opens a ramen shop as a gaijin (foreigner) in a city where residents are passionately…  Read More

Retro Curry

Japanese Soul Cooking: Retro Curry

Old-School Japanese Curry By Tadashi Ono & Harris Salat Let’s dial it back to where it all began: old-school Japanese curry. Sweet-savory, fragrant, rich—and irresistible—this dish calls for the classic Japanese curry ingredients, that is, root vegetables, apple, and beef. And you thicken it using an old-fashioned roux, a French-style thickening agent for sauces made…  Read More

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Curry-Glazed Carrots

A Quick Braise & Glaze By Andrew Zimmern Trying a healthier diet? This simple recipe is a good place to start. The flavor combination of carrots, curry, orange and ginger is amazing, not to mention incredibly nutritious.

5 Questions: Judith Choate

Celebrating Family and Food A multiple James Beard Award winning writer, chef  and pioneer of American food, Judith Choate’s impressive culinary career spans more than 50 years and 100 cookbooks. Choate’s latest book, An American Family Cooks, is a prolific volume of recipes and kitchen memories from the Choate family archive. Below, Choate talks about…  Read More

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Fried Kingclip in Hot & Spicy Tofu & Pork Bean Sauce

Mabo Royale By Nate Uri This recipe for fried kingclip with tofu and pork bean sauce is from Nate Uri, kombucha brewer at Verdant Tea and creator of Hot Date with Nate. The dish was a course in a special dinner Nate prepared at Verdant Tea that featured tea as an ingredient in each course.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for zuppa verde

Zuppa Verde

Italian Farmhouse Cooking By Andrew Zimmern Every cook wants to know how to make this superb zuppa verde, and the reason is its simplicity. As in all Italian food, simplicity trumps all. A mixture of greens is great in the recipe, but if you just use escarole, so be it. I first had soup like…  Read More

duck a l' orange

Duck à l’Orange

Stellar Spiced Orange Duck 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 any of the half dozen amazing Czech and Eastern European restaurants that helped define the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan for generations. Those days are gone: The…  Read More

Carrot Soup

Cream of Carrot Soup with Ginger & Curry

Thai-Style Carrot Soup By Andrew Zimmern Carrots and curry were made for each other. Michael Voltaggio’s cold carrot salad with Thai flavors at Ink., in Los Angeles, is so superbly crafted that I thought about it for days after trying it. At home I don’t do anything with liquid nitrogen or as many bells and…  Read More

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Penne with Asparagus-Pistachio Pesto

A Tried-and-True Recipe This pasta dish with asparagus-pistachio pesto is from my days as a chef at Café Un Deux Trois in the 1990s. I’ve made this recipe for hungry crowds ever since with amazing results. The smoky bacon and rich, salty pistachios are perfectly balanced by the fresh veggies and fragrant herbs. This ‘sauce’ can…  Read More

5 Questions: Ingrid Hoffmann

Latin Flavor Ingrid Hoffmann has built a large following around her Delicioso brand – she’s the lovely host of a popular TV show on the Cooking Channel and Univision, the creative director of a Latin-influenced cooking line and a best-selling cookbook author. Ingrid shares her go-to recipes for entertaining, tips for healthy eating habits from…  Read More

Pea-and-Parsnip Vichyssoise with Tarragon

Refreshing & Easy to Make While the weather’s warm, I make gazpacho every week and keep it in the fridge, and love pureeing cucumber, dill, yogurt, hot chile, lemon juice and celery into a classic Turkish summer soup. But vichyssoise has the sexiest story. In 1950, Louis Diat, the great chef at New York City’s Ritz-Carlton…  Read More

5 Questions: Georgia Pellegrini

Hunter Gatherer A few years ago, Georgia Pellegrini traded in her high heels for cowgirl boots and a shotgun, foregoing a cubicle on Wall Street for a “field-and-stream-to-table” life in Texas. The hunting enthusiast decided to get back to her roots, attending culinary school and cooking at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, before writing Food Heroes, which…  Read More

5 Questions: Georgia Pellegrini

Hunter Gatherer A few years ago, Georgia Pellegrini traded in her high heels for cowgirl boots and a shotgun, foregoing a cubicle on Wall Street for a “field-and-stream-to-table” life in Texas. The hunting enthusiast decided to get back to her roots, attending culinary school and cooking at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, before writing Food Heroes, which…  Read More

Fuchsia Dunlop’s Fish-Fragrant Eggplant

Fuchsia Dunlop’s Fish-Fragrant Eggplant

Yu xiang qie zi By Fuchsia Dunlop This dish, almost more than any other, expresses for me the gorgeous layering of flavors that is the signature of Sichuanese cooking. Pickled chillies, either on their own or with fermented fava beans in the famous Sichuan chilli bean sauce, give the dish its warmth and luster; garlic,…  Read More

Matzo Ball Soup

Passover Matzoh Ball Soup

A Passover Staple This is the only recipe I’ve come across that measures up to my grandmother’s. The matzoh ball has the perfect balance: light enough to float, dense enough to be a good “sinker.” When I make it as a main course, I serve the chicken in sixths with the skin and bone, adding…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Shrimp Etouffee recipe

Shrimp Étouffée

Louisiana Country Cooking On the road one day in New Orleans, I spent some time in the Crescent City Farmers Market and got a lesson in étouffée-making from the doyenne of Louisiana home cooking, Poppy Tooker. Étouffée is a riff on the old French verb “to smother,” and while there are as many recipes for…  Read More

5 Questions: Sean Brock

An Ambassador of Southern Cuisine “If it ain’t Southern, it ain’t walkin’ in the door,” says Sean Brock. The James Beard award-winning chef is passionate about his Southern roots, even going to the extremes of resurrecting antebellum grains and sourcing heritage breeds for his Charleston restaurants, Husk and McCrady’s. He’s the most visible force behind the current…  Read More

5 Questions: Sean Brock

An Ambassador of Southern Cuisine “If it ain’t Southern, it ain’t walkin’ in the door,” says Sean Brock. The James Beard award-winning chef is passionate about his Southern roots, even going to the extremes of resurrecting antebellum grains and sourcing heritage breeds for his Charleston restaurants, Husk and McCrady’s. He’s the most visible force behind the current…  Read More

5 Questions: Marcus Samuelsson

The Multifaceted Chef As a chef, restaurateur, author, media personality, UNICEF ambassador and member of the State Department’s American Chef Corps, you could say Marcus Samuelsson is a busy guy. He’s behind Harlem’s acclaimed Red Rooster, its downstairs supper club Ginny’s and Lincoln Center’s American Table (among others). This past summer he released his best-selling…  Read More

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Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey, Stuffing & Gravy

The Art of the Perfect Bird Over the years I have mastered the art of roasting birds and one issue seems to perplex most cooks. Keeping poultry moist when roasting. This problem is compounded by the fact that white meat cooks faster and dries out quicker than dark meat. Try these additional tips to solve…  Read More

Pork Chili|

Pork & Black Bean Chili

My Game-Day Specialty When I invite the guys over to watch football, I like to roast a ham or a few birds and lay out some buns and mustard, and I always serve this chili. I leave it next to the fireplace, so the pot stays warm, and let everyone help themselves. I put out bowls…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Cornish Hens with Apples

Pan-Roasted Cornish Hens with Calvados and Apples

 A Fall French Classic Normandy is beautiful in the fall, when the ocean is slate gray and the food is phenomenal—game birds and oysters, mushrooms and apples. This recipe is from an ancient farmhouse cookbook and after years of tweaking, the northern French standard has become a fall favorite of ours.

Andouille

Andouille, Crab, Crayfish & Oyster Gumbo

A good gumbo takes hours to make. However, the entire recipe can literally be blown in the first few minutes. Yep, this dish’s success hinges on the roux, which is the foundation to all gumbos. You’re basically scorching the flour in the hot oil (that’s why it turns that deep shade of brown), so do…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Salt and Pepper Shrimp

Crispy Salt & Pepper Prawns

Wok-Tossed, Twice-Cooked, Fu Xian Style I make this dish all the time with soft shell crabs, but it is equally good with shrimp. For the crab version, I skip the salt rub and simply cut my crabs in half before dipping in the egg white. The sauce recipe came to me from my pal Vikram, who uses it…  Read More