6 results for month: 07/2016
Sourdough Panzanella with Crab
Sourdough Panzanella with Crab This Sourdough Panzanella recipe is an ode to San Francisco in the summertime. Buttery chunks of sourdough bread provide a crispy base for a colorful variety of summer's best vegetables. With pieces of fresh crab tossed into the mix, this dish is an elegant starting point for any summertime dinner party - especially with a cold bottle of California white wine!
Baja-Style Fish Tacos
Baja-Style Fish Tacos Baja-Style Fish Tacos can be found all over Los Angeles. From the rampant food trucks, to the hole-in-the-wall tacquerias, to the ballparks, Baja-Style Fish Tacos are a culinary staple in the city of angels. This recipe, which includes fried strips of white fish, a tangy slaw and a generous drizzle of avocado crema, will have you singing in the street and coming back for more!
The Vegas Strip
The Vegas Strip Ahh the Vegas Strip: the glittering gateway to gambling, magicians, and 24-hour prime rib buffets. And now, it's also your favorite new summer cocktail! This berry-infused martini was made in tribute to the wild n' crazy microcosm of America. Roll the dice on this sinfully refreshing party-starter and check your poker face at the door - we're having fun tonight!
Navajo Tacos with Santa Fe Sauce
Navajo Tacos with Santa Fe Sauce Navajo Tacos are a cultural and geographical hodgepodge of flavors and ingredients, drawing from the cuisines of Mexico, the Navajo and the American Southwest. Instead of tortillas, these tacos are made with Navajo fry bread and are topped with slices of grilled lamb and Santa Fe sauce, a take on the classic red chile sauce that is popular across New Mexico.
Migas Migas, a hearty, Tex-Mex take on scrambled eggs, is as much a part of the Austin food culture as its more widely known co-star, Texas-style smoked brisket. Get your day started off right like a true Austinite and fry up some corn tortillas with your scrambled eggs and smother the whole shebang with spicy salsa, avocado and a cheese of your choice. All hail King Migas!
Andouille Sausage Beignets
While the classic beignets in New Orleans are sweet, these Andouille Sausage Beignets will bring out the ragin' cajun in all of us. Smoky chunks of creole sausage are...