Posted by Daniel Wikey on September 10th, 2014
Posted by Daniel Wikey on September 7th, 2014
Think Indian food requires hours of grinding spices, marinating meats, and slaving away in a hot kitchen? You’re wrong.
Posted by Anna Mintz on September 4th, 2014
Here at the Recipe Club, we love vegetables, but some days we just can’t eat another salad for lunch! Here, Giada De Laurentiis offers a great way to get your veggies and make them interesting. When you throw warm kale and mushrooms into a wrap with a little goat cheese, they melt the cheese a bit, and cranberries add a little unexpected chewy sweetness. Best of all, this wrap is easy to pack for lunch on the go.
Posted by Anna Mintz on August 30th, 2014
A good grilled cheese sandwich is comfort food at its finest: easy to throw together and so tasty. In this recipe from Kitchen Confidence: Essential Recipes and Tips That Will Help You Cook Anything by Kelsey Nixon, this particular combination of tart green apple slices, smoky bacon, and tangy whole-grain mustard served between crispy bread with melted cheddar cheese is perfectly balanced in flavor and texture.
Posted by Anna Mintz on August 25th, 2014
This soup recipe from The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook, which can also be served hot, is wonderful made with water, but if you have a little extra time, it’s far better with corn broth. Not only does the broth enhance the flavor, but it gets the most out of the fresh corn, so nothing goes to waste.