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...

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...

Hawayej Halibut

For this recipe I make a simple sauce using fresh lemon, tomatoes, and dry sliced garlic. It comes together quickly and is a great way to enjoy fis...

Sabich Burgers with Peach Amba

We’re big on Meatless Mondays in my house so I’m always trying to come up with creative ways to feed my family. Eggplants make a great substitute f...

Mitchell Family Matzo Brei

We only ever ate sweet matzo brei in my family, cooked and served as a pancake rather than scrambled into bits. In fact I’d never even heard of or ...

Lamb Burgers

I adore lamb, and often make burgers at home. One of the things I love about lamb is how it can stand up to other strong flavors. Enter assertive a...

Spiced Croutons

Croutons are a great way to use up bread that is going stale or that you're worried will mold before you can eat it. I often use butter when making...

Spiced Skillet Flatbreads

When it's warm or I'm feeling lazy the last thing I want to do is heat up my oven to make bread or do any laborious kneading. This no-knead flatbr...

Japanese Fried Chicken

Fried chicken in Japan is called karaage (ka-ra-ah-geh), and can be found everywhere, from roadside izakaya, to convenience stores, to Friday dinn...

Shakshuka

Growing up I ate a lot of soft eggs, at my mom’s house it was often tamago kake gohan (raw egg over hot Japanese rice), at my dad’s strammer max (a...