This Ahi Tuna salad is one of those dinner recipes that takes less than 25 minutes to prepare, and that’s only one reason why it’ll make you happy. The other reason? Because it’s delicious, of course.
This chipotle shrimp pasta bake is the perfect weeknight meal because it’s quick, full of flavor, and you just set it and walk away… especially if you’re using Wolf Gourmet’s new Countertop Convection Oven. Pretty much my new favorite kitchen gadget.
Tasting Table is a website and newsletter for culinary enthusiasts. They’re all about food, and they want to bring the public the food they love, they travel for, and the food they cook. They’re connected to their communities and even go as far as throwing awesome events in cities across the U.S. to make it…
In honor of this event I decided to create a lobster roll recipe of my own, and if you know me you know I love Mexican food (I also used to wait tables at a Mexican restaurant) so I decided to incorporate some traditionally (at least American-mexican) Mexican flavors into this roll of mine.
Grilled salmon is my favorite means of cooking this type of fish. The outside gets a little crisp while the inside is soft and moist. Salmon is such a flavorful fish already, all it needs is a little salt and pepper and a squeeze of lemon.
Shrimp skewers are one of my favorite things. You can season them pretty well in a decent amount of time, they cook in the blink of an eye, and they’re a light healthy meal you can enjoy guilt free. For this recipe I used the following ingredients to taste.
Yes, I called them magical. But only because I’m pretty sure all women have magic powers when it comes to a lot of things, especially cooking a gourmet home meal. Let’s get started shall we?
Grilled Shrimp Pasta The other day I was driving home from school, really hungry, wondering what I would eat. I contemplated stopping by Subway to pick up something quick, but decided I would cook instead. Halfway home I had an epiphany…grilled shrimp pasta with some of Gourmet Italian’s amazing oil blends. I would grill the shrimp…