No need to fret over cooking fish with this tasty and colorful recipe. Try it just for the halibut!
Tagine or tajine is named after the earthen pot it is cooked in. Traditionally, this one pot meal was cooked slowly over hot coals and consisted of meat and vegetables much like a stew. This version is vegetarian with the hearty meatiness coming from the chickpeas and the smokiness coming from the Moroccan standard Ras el Hanout spices.
Quinoa is one of nature's superfoods and a busy cook's dream: it's ready in 15 minutes! This nutty-tasting, gluten-free grain delivers a healthy dose of fiber and is one of the only plant foods that is a complete protein, since it provides all 9 essential amino acids.
Melt-in-your-mouth moist and tender, braising lamb is one of the best ways to enjoy this rustic dish. Serve with rice, cous cous or a flatbread like naan or lavash. The leftovers make great sandwiches or wraps with salad greens, mint and yogurt.
Quick and easy while keeping the sea bass moist and tender, this method of cooking seafood in parchment paper is a favorite among the French. Wonderfully healthy for any meal of the week!
Baked often with plump raisins, currants and citrus zest, panettone is light and buttery. This traditional holiday bread heralds the arrival of Christmas and the new year in Italy. Start the day off right and impress your family and guests with a very easy recipe to make French toast with this Italian delight.
Spice up this light and creamy Southern pudding with ginger nut cookies for a twist on a classic treat!
Za’atar is a wonderful and aromatic spice blend in Middle Eastern cuisine that vary by region but frequently is made up of toasted white sesame seeds, ground sumac, thyme and salt. Succulent lamb chops get a zesty punch with this fragrant seasoning while pairing well with the sweet tartness of the sour cherry demi-glace.
Start your holiday celebrations by delighting guests with this wonderful French appetizer, full of warm buttery goodness paired with crunchy, rich sweetness.