This Malaysian recipe for pork shoulder simmered in soy sauce and warm spices is infused with lemongrass and galangal giving it a Southeast Asian taste.
This hot and sour soup from Thailand combines shrimp, chile peppers, lemongrass, galangal, tomatoes, mushrooms, and lots of cilantro. Exotic, spicy soup.
Tender veal scallops are pounded thin and sauteed. On top is a slice of salty-sweet Italian ham and a sage leaf. The recipe is finished with a wine sauce.
Pork chops smothered with peppers, vinegar, and black olives, this recipe offers satisfying flavors that jump off the plate, yet it’s simple to make.
For this dip, green olives are stirred into an eggless ‘mayonnaise’ made with milk, oil, anchovies, garlic, and white pepper. A tasty Portuguese olive dip.
Piquillo peppers from Spain are stuffed with ground beef for a simple tapas. They can be coated in egg and flour then deep fried for an elegant take.
Sweet and savory play off one another in this simple side whose origins trace back to Spanish tapas. Just gently wilted spinach, plumped raisins, and toasted pine nuts.
Tender pieces of chicken breast are seasoned with Indian spices, broiled, then tossed in a creamy tomato-yogurt masala sauce filled. Simple and elegant.
For this grilled bratwurst recipe, all you need are sausage and a grill. Add some onions and peppers into the mix, and you’ve got an easy bratwurst dinner.
Designed to serve just two, this wee dessert is big on summer flavors, not on leftovers that will tempt you morning, noon, and night.
This is the perfect summer tart recipe. It showcases ripe heirloom tomatoes, fresh corn, and basil, and the tangy goat cheese pulls it all together.
Darjeeling tea, ginger, and star anise are used to brine ducks, or chickens, before they’re roasted over an open flame. Deeply smoky ducks is the result.
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