Harissa Roasted Duck Breast

Duck breast is another fantastic cut of meat that sadly does not get enough attention. It can take on any seasoning and pairs great with sweet or s...

Pierre Burrata Caprese

Ripe and juicy heirloom tomatoes are everywhere this time of year, and this classic way to enjoy them is always a treat. I lay a bit of Pierre Poiv...

Herbed Summer Salad

We're at a fun intersection, where many herbs and greens are beginning to bolt and set seed, and summer vegetables are either well underway or comi...

Summer Fruit Salad

This is a simple way to showcase ripe summer fruit. The Galil N13 blend provides a savory and herbal counterpart to the sweet flavors. Want somethi...

Tomato & Watermelon Salad

This vegan preparation combines a few ingredients not often mixed together to make a savory and tart salad with gentle heat that's incredibly refre...

Mango Lassi

Who doesn't love a lassi (pronounced luh-see by the way). Mangoes are in season and plentiful right now, so I usually have some ripening on my coun...

Hibiscus Margarita

As the weather gets warmer frozen drinks get more and more appealing. Add the tart and floral flavor of hibiscus and the color and taste get more a...

Smashed Spring Broccoli

I love end-of-season broccoli, it's sweeter, having spent the winter storing sugar. In this recipe I use our Isphahan blend to season blanched whol...

Roast Leg of Lamb

I love roasting a whole leg of lamb. It could seem intimidating but is actually very simple, hands-off, and rewarding. This is also a great way to ...

Shrimp, Fennel & Blood Orange Salad

Blood oranges are one of my favorite things and I always look forward to their season. This recipes features them simply peeled and sliced with cru...

Espelette Salmon Tartare

My version combines radishes (which have a delightful crunch and are less pungent than winter onions), Mexican avocados (at the tail end of peak se...

Oysters

Oysters are something my wife and I often enjoy at home. They are easy, healthy, and feel special, especially with a few spices. My son Max is not ...