Posted by Anna Mintz on April 4th, 2013
Food Network’s Melissa d’Arabian takes inspiration from North Africa to give this all-American dish from her book, Ten Dollar Dinners (Clarkson Potter, 2012), an exotic twist the whole family will love. This is as delicious served with classic mashed potatoes as it is with couscous. To get a perfect meat loaf shape and yummy glazed sides, Melissa suggests using a loaf pan to shape the meatloaf and then invert it out of the pan and onto a baking sheet to cook it.
Posted by Allison Malec on February 9th, 2013
I’m always on the lookout for a new take on meatballs. I make my standard beef/veal/pork recipe quite frequently, and when I saw this twist on meatballs in Michael Symon’s Carnivore, I knew the spices and the ricotta cheese in these would provide a new spin on a classic dish.
Posted by Anna Mintz on October 17th, 2012
Michael Symon is a cohost of ABC’s The Chew, an Iron Chef on Food Network’s Iron Chef America, and the host of Cooking Channel’s Symon’s Suppers and Cook Like an Iron Chef. He is the author of Live to Cook (Clarkson Potter, 2009) and the just-released Carnivore (Clarkson Potter, October 2012). We sat down with him to ask him all about his favorite food group: meat.
Posted by Ali Slagle on August 30th, 2012
Get out the grill for this easy yet flavor-packed preparation of rib eye, a cut of meat chef and author of Cooking Off the Clock Elizabeth Falkner says is a great because the fat around the meat keeps it tasty and juicy.
Posted by Ali Slagle on September 10th, 2011