Morita chiles are the brighter, fruitier cousin to chipotle chiles, but still pack smokiness and heat. Head to your nearest Latin American market to stock up on these versatile dried peppers.
Eating pickled herring on New Year's Eve could give you good luck – here's 3 ways to use it after the holiday
Associate editor Charlotte Renner shares her family's New Year's Eve tradition and three ideas for using up the rest of the jar of pickled herring.
Thanksgiving is over, and the kitchen is finally (almost) clean. As you stare blankly into the refrigerator, chock-full of the fruits of your labor, leftover fatigue starts to creep in. These five recipes will transform your old leftovers to refreshingly delicious dishes that will get you in…
Shiso leaf pesto is easy to make and a fun spin on an Italian classic.
Once seared, the rub creates a bittersweet, caramelized crust, taking this whole-fish experience to the next level.
This smoked trout spread simply bolsters and balances the trout with fresh herbs and a touch of horseradish heat.
Both the batter and the sauce in this dish feature Light Squared, a golden ale brewed at Square One.
These delicate salmon burgers are topped with a drizzle of hot honey and a cucumber-jalapeño salad for extra zing.
Halibut makes a perfect dinner for early springtime, as it’s just coming in season.
This recipe uses the same roasting technique you’d use for cauliflower steaks but as much of the cruciferous vegetable as possible to create a dramatic side dish.
This flaky, white Mediterranean fish pairs beautifully with flatbread, rice or a simple salad for a hearty yet light summertime meal.
The food truck has earned a reputation in Columbia for its flaky buttermilk biscuits.
Let’s put an end to any lingering fish-prep woes – because once you learn how to properly skin and debone a fish, you can buy anything from skin-on fillets to whole fish and really up your game in the kitchen.
Brunch season is upon us, which means it’s the perfect time to give kedgeree a spin.
Vanilla bean elevates the dish and makes it festive enough for holiday entertaining.
This recipe takes the dish taramosalata in a different direction by quick-curing salmon and folding it into mast-o khiar.
The bitter, slightly sour flavor of amaro adds complexity to an otherwise classic cream sauce.
Making dumplings at home is easier than you think.
Spicy-sweet candied jalapeños add new depth to this summery dip.
This soup regularly appears on Norwegian dinner tables.
Serving the fish whole with a filling of mushrooms and root vegetables captures the hearty and rustic nature of Finnish cooking.
Take black cardamom for a spin in this traditional open-faced sandwich.
This recipe combines bright, sweet and tangy red curry with juicy, tender salmon.
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It’s true that nuts stuff a relatively hefty amount of fat and calories into small packages, but they also bring plenty of important nutrients, plus protein, fiber and — yes — good fats that are all part of a heart-healthy diet. “Nuts are antioxidant powerhouses containing mono- and polyunsa…
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Hank Dart, a senior health communications lead at Siteman Cancer Center, knows that when people hear “whole grains,” they don’t typically think of pasta — but maybe they should. Shelves in the pasta aisle are now stocked with far more options than traditional noodles made from refined durum …