Caramelized Caulifower Frittata – Recipe

  Caramelized Cauliflower Frittata

Cauliflower has a split personality. Boiled or steamed, it is kind of cabbagey, bland and slightly bitter. But roasted or sauteed until it has lots of dark brown caramelized spots all over, it becomes luscious and savory and altogether craveable. Deep fried, it is so good that my wife and I …

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Arroz a la Mexicana (aka Arroz Mexicano, Arroz Rojo, Spanish Rice) – Mexican Tomato Rice – Recipe

Arroz a la Mexicana (also known as Arroz Mexicano or Arroz Rojo) is the tomato-flavored rice that is commonly served with just about every Mexican meal in this country, and quite frequently in Mexico as well. It is also known as Spanish Rice, though I suspect that is more of a 1950s era American misnomer.

I …

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Harissa Potatoes – Recipe

Harissa Potatoes

This was absolutely an improvisation; I’d been traveling and had very few vegetables in the house on my return, but found a few waxy potatoes lying around along with a hunk of feta and a package of dill that was still good. That got me to thinking of Middle Eastern flavors and 15 minutes later …

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Vegetarian Ceviche – Recipe

Vegetarian ceviche

Traditional ceviche is raw or lightly cooked fish and shellfish, marinated in citrus juices. Variations of it are served throughout Latin America. Each country has its own special twists on the ingredients, sauce, or crispy accompaniments.

Obviously it isn't the same thing, but you can absolutely make a vegetarian dish that capitalizes on …

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Video From My Thanksgiving Webcast on Allrecipes

Allrecipes.com invited me to participate in their Thanksgiving webcast marathon last week. If you'd like to see the video, click on video below, wait for the player to switch from an 11 second clip to a long clip, then jump to 27 minutes in. Be patient, it takes a minute to start playing after you …

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Aji Amarillo Hot Sauce (from Peruvian Chile Peppers) – Recipe

I was unfamiliar with Aji Amarillo chile peppers, but when I saw these beautiful specimens from Terra Dolce at our co-cop, I was entranced and knew immediately they would be coming home with me. Searching the web, I learned that they are one of the most important ingredients in Peruvian cuisine. The fresh pepper is …

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Red Curry Fried Rice with Seared Pineapple – Recipe

 

So let's say you made this red curry squash, and had lots of leftover red curry paste. One of the most delicious ways to use it up is in a quick fried rice. Chunks of seared pineapple provide just a bit of sweet counterbalance to the spice. 

A few quick bits of housekeeping: this will …

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