Five Spice Slow-cooked Pork
So rich and savory, I like to serve this with ready-made pickled mustard greens.
This hauntingly addictive smoky fire-roasted relish can be scooped up with nearly anything—fresh veggies as described below, or grab a bag of chips and start scooping.
Tomato Basil Pizza
An easy-to-toss-together pizza that is simplicity itself in ingredients, but complex as can be in flavor.
Bahn Mi Sandwich
The Vietnamese “hamburger,” Bahn Mi is a healthy sandwich you can make with leftover Korean Grilled Beef and Quick Veggie Pickles.
Korean Grilled Beef
When entertaining, we use rib-eyes. When it's just the family, we choose flank steak: a leaner, less expensive cut.
Spicy Chicken Tortilla Soup
Got an ailing friend or a new mom caring for a newborn? Nothing heals like homemade chicken soup.
Mole-Style Chili With Black Beans and Andouille
This rich-tasting chili is inspired by Mexican mole. Spicy andouille sausage is a clever replacement for beef.
Spinach Lasagne with Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce
This hearty main dish can be prepared ahead, refrigerated, and baked later.
Legume and Whole Grain Soup
This dish offers a tasty harmony of grains (mostly those that are considered inferior – barley, farro, millet), which have always been the basis of daily nourishment for the masses.
Parmesan has been declared a healthy, safe, easily digested and nutritionally balanced product.
Roasted Turkey Breast with Hazelnuts
Dried fruit is a great source of lipids and proteins and provides highly beneficial polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Chickpea Curry with Coconut and Tamarind
This festive and aromatic curry can be served as a main dish or a side but it should be offered at room temperature to best appreciate the flavors. It is perfect for parties or large gatherings or great to have on hand for lunches or light meals.