October 13, 2016
This is one of Esmée Williams' personal recipes, and it appears on Allrecipes.com. About the recipe she writes: "This is a wonderful way to prepare fresh salmon fillets in the oven. Be sure to make extra, your family will be begging for more!"
February 5, 2015
Oysters Rockefeller is a rather old recipe, but one diners and oyster lovers still enjoy today. The dish was created in New Orleans at the restaurant Antoine's in 1899 by Jules Alciatore, son of the restaurant's founder.
January 30, 2015
Claudia Alarcón has been passionate about food her entire life. She says her father was often her guinea pig. "He'd come home from work and I would have a little menu written and have food made and expect him to eat it." The things daddies do to make their little girls happy.
July 18, 2013
Chef Tyson Cole, Executive Chef and owner of Uchi and Uchiko in Austin calls this an antioxidant dish, and when you see the ingredients, you'll understand why.
May 3, 2013
The Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods host, Andrew Zimmern shares this not so bizarre dish that's great for the summer ahead. He says, "Served as a main (with fried green tomatoes and crusty baguette) or a hearty side with pulled pork, it’s one of my go-to summer staples."
April 12, 2013
Ryan Snedegar is The Baconator to those in the Austin, Texas food blogger community. Known for his frequent forays into DIY bacon making, it makes sense that much of his kitchen creativity would include the meaty, smokey pork product as an ingredient.
March 26, 2011
Andrew Dwyer is a well-known Australian adventurer, chef, cookbook author, television presenter and historian. For 25 years, he has lead expeditions into the most remote and wild regions of Outback Australia.
March 12, 2011
Ireland is an island, which means it's surrounded by water, and in those waters are fishes--including salmon. This delicious recipe from Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant gives home cooks another way to use the versatile Boxty, which is a savory potato pancake.
March 9, 2011
Although we ate meat during Lent, we did consume a lot of fish, too. Because we were a big family on a budget, we weren't eating salmon and prawns. We were eating fried smelt and broiled monkfish. The latter used to be very inexpensive and was called "poor man's lobster." At $16.00 a pound today, eating monkfish can make you poor.