This chicken chili is called black and white because of the of black beans and cannellini beans. The chicken makes the chili lighter but it’s still hearty.
This corn pie is overflowing with a buttery corn filling. Think corn on the cob but all encased in a flaky golden crust. Corn pie is great for Thanksgiving.
David Leite’s first tomato harvest proves smaller than hoped for. The tomatoes are luscious and ripe, but few in number. A harvest or a tasty travesty.
Toasted coconut is swirled through vanilla ice cream rich with egg custard. The coconut, deepened because it’s toasted, beats anything from Good Humor.
For this chickpea and spinach salad, tender chickpeas are tossed in a dressing and served over a bed of spinach. A cooling yogurt topping crowns the salad.
These sweet and spicy nuts are addictive, so serve with care. The sweet comes from sugar, the spicy is the result of red pepper flakes. Use any kind of nut.
This chicken chop suey recipe is full of tender chicken and lots of vegetables. On top is baked wonton skins. A healthy chicken chop suey for the family.
These deviled eggs have without a doubt something few deviled eggs have: silky tofu in the filling. These eggs use less mayo, making them healthier.
Signing his first cookbook, David Leite is unsure of where to place his John Hancock. A frantic search through books in his library turns up the answer.
This citrus sun tea is made from black tea, mint, fresh citrus juice, orange segments, and lots of bright sun. A simple recipe the kids will love to make.
Pssst. Wanna know the secret behind the marbled look and unforgettable flavor of Chinese tea eggs? It couldn’t be simpler.
The recipe for these onion rings, which are crispy on the outside and have a sweet, soft interior, call for any sweet yellow onion. A true burger buddy.
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