Bright with flavor, this salad makes for an easy summer dish. Serve alone or as a side to grilled chicken. Add a shiny glass of rosé to enjoy alongside lunch or dinner!
Chili has a rich heritage in the state of Texas, beginning in San Antonio as far back as the early 1800s and even featured at the World's Fair in Chicago in 1893. With deep Texas roots, even a U.S. president, LBJ, was a big fan and had their own recipe -- Pedernales River Chili -- printed cards to share during their stay in the White House. We hope you enjoy our family's chili, named after one of the founders' sons, that has a small Mediterranean twist by using chickpeas and fava beans.
It's often love or hate when it comes to curry -- no middle ground, no compromise, no sitting on the fence. Good thing we adore the complexity of a tasty curry -- be it Indian, Thai, West Indies or South African -- paired with a myriad of protein from sea, land or in this case, market vegetables. Even better over a bowl of steaming rice!
No need to fret over cooking fish with this tasty and colorful recipe. Try it just for the halibut!
Melt-in-your-mouth moist and tender, braising lamb is one of the best ways to enjoy this rustic dish. Serve with rice, cous cous or a flatbread like naan or lavash. The leftovers make great sandwiches or wraps with salad greens, mint and yogurt.
Quick and easy while keeping the sea bass moist and tender, this method of cooking seafood in parchment paper is a favorite among the French. Wonderfully healthy for any meal of the week!
Za’atar is a wonderful and aromatic spice blend in Middle Eastern cuisine that vary by region but frequently is made up of toasted white sesame seeds, ground sumac, thyme and salt. Succulent lamb chops get a zesty punch with this fragrant seasoning while pairing well with the sweet tartness of the sour cherry demi-glace.
Dazzle at dinner with this roasted whole sea bass drizzled with a spicy pepper-infused oil and slivered garlic, which develops big flavors using unique ingredients. Also known as Mediterranean sea bass, the bronzini has a taste and texture that is similar to the red snapper. It is often served whole and filleted at tableside.
Sweet, savory and nutty, this salad is a healthy, delicious alternative to wheat or pasta. Toss some up for yourself and bon appétit!