10 Minute Ratatouille

One of my favorite vegetable dishes! A great way to use slightly bruised or very ripe veggies, and it is ready in no time.

Couve à Mineira

This is a classic Brazilian collard dish that's often made with bits of smoked pork. My version includes a bit of red cabbage for sweetness and col...

Not a Latke

This is not a latke, nor is it a René Magritte joke. The recipe uses some latke technique, but there is no egg, or flour (so it's vegan and gluten-...

Burger Au Poivre

This is a (slightly) lighter take on some of the steak au poivre style burgers you might see out there. Can be cooked on a flat-top (my favorite), ...

Tomato & Squash Stew

Summer offers so many cooking possibilities but I find that simply cooking or preparing most of the summer produce without the need of an oven or c...

Izak Seared Salmon

Our Izak spice is essentially a harissa powder, which allows to get the great flavor of harissa without adding moisture to a dish. Because we use s...

Crispy Steak Flautas

Summer cooking is often about speed for me. The last thing I want to do it stand over a hot stove for hours. Thinly sliced steak cooks in a flash; ...

Brown Sugar Pork Chops

Searing pork chops over medium heat instead of high heat ensures that the meat cooks through evenly and stays juicy. A bit of sugar in the spice mi...

Summer Lamb Kefta

Ground lamb is not used enough even though it is really easy to source. These keftas (patties or meatballs) can be simply grilled or broiled and se...

Easy Lamb Chops

My wife and I love making these lamb chops since they are so simple. I based the recipe on a Northern Italian preparation, scottadito (which means ...

Sillery Shrimp with Apple Slaw

The Ruinart Sillery spice features the tingling, citric hints of Japanese sansho pepper combined with the light sweetness of honey, and amchur whic...

Savory Pancakes

I love making savory pancakes for breakfast, and have been turned on to the simplicity and ease of complete pancake batter (where you just add wate...