These stuffed tomatoes are a bit retro, but are totally delicious. They make a nice, gluten-free addition to a picnic or barbecue.
This light dish features an irresistible combination of fresh shrimp and couscous. Feel free to add vegetables to your liking.
I once had a Sicilian boyfriend who used to make fried calamari for me often. Of course this was the same boyfriend who used to throw cooked pasta against the wall to test if it was done. Fried calamari is still a guilty pleasure for me and as always homemade...
Steamed mussels and tender roasted fingerling potatoes pair nicely with wilted watercress in this simple salad. Be sure to toss the watercress and vinaigrette with the potatoes as soon as they come out of the oven so the watercress wilts and the dressing penetrates the potatoes as they cool.
Fresh salmon needs very little preparation. Easy to make and so good for you, which is a great reason to put this recipe into your culinary rotation.
Why do we love teriyaki so much? Because when the salt-sugar-umami stars align, the result is a flavor sensation that no one can possibly resist. Forge that bottled corn syrup stuff and make your own teriyaki with only three ingredients (soy sauce, mirin, and sake).
Pair this delicious rocket salad with grilled salmon and you’ll have an elegant meal in less than 30 minutes.
Here is a delicious and simple recipe that harnesses the pure essence of the tomatoes, that can be used either as a light garnish for grilled fish or as a refreshing drink. You may even want to try it in a Bloody Mary.
Of course you may steam your lobsters in plain water, but the vodka gives a nice subtle flavor and provides a sauce.