Global Cuisine

Roast Duck With Pomegranate And Walnut Sauce Recipe

Brush rich roast duck with tangy pomegranate sauce
Nov 18, 2014 2:05 pm

You probably don't make Persian food enough, which is why you should cook your way through culinary authority Jila Dana-Haeri's From A Persian Kitchen. Learn to make rich khoresh sauces and the rice dishes that love them, bright salads, hearty soups, a million uses for pomegranates and fresh herbs and no shortage of delicious meat.

Chinese Duck & Five-Spice Pies Recipe

Aromatic spiced duck pies for a fall dinner
Nov 12, 2014 12:00 pm

When it comes to the basics, look no further than a cookbook by renowned Test Kitchen master Pamela Clark. Her simple, triple-tested recipes are delicious and genuinely foolproof. Her newest book, Pocket Pies, celebrates empanadas, pasties, turnovers and more from the world of sweet and savory handheld pastry. First up: rather than choose between Chinese takeout and homemade savory pie for dinner, why not find a happy compromise? 

Tahchin Time: Persian Spinach Upside-Down Rice Recipe

Fragrant Persian rice with a crisp, crunchy top
Oct 20, 2014 11:00 am

You probably don't make Persian food enough, which is why you should cook your way through culinary authority Jila Dana-Haeri's From A Persian Kitchen. Learn to make rich khoresh sauces and the rice dishes that love them, bright salads, hearty soups, a million uses for pomegranates and fresh herbs and no shortage of lamb. Speaking of the rice dishes that love them, you're going to love this iconic rice preparation that creates a layer of crisp, flavorful rice at the bottom. 

Yellow Mung Beans With Fresh Spinach Recipe

Tender beans topped with fried garlic and ginger
Sep 22, 2014 11:00 am

Slow-cooker chili is great, but if you're looking for a "set it and forget it" recipe with a little more spice, pick up a copy of author Neela Paniz's The New Indian Slow Cooker. This collection of classic Indian recipes made even simpler with your slow-cooker is a surefire way to ease into fall and winter cuisine.

Like Ceviche? Sashimi? Awesome, Meet Tiradito

Get friendly with this Peruvian raw fish dish
Sep 17, 2014 10:00 am

Ceviche: a classic Central and South American dish of fresh seafood that's been "cooked" by citrus juice. We all know it, and I'm pretty sure we all love it. If you don't love ceviche, what are you doing on a food website? And have you heard of tiradito, your new best friend? 

Slow Cooked Curried Chickpeas Recipe

Whip up this "set it and forget it" channa masala
Sep 9, 2014 3:15 pm

Slow-cooker chili is great, but if you're looking for a "set it and forget it" recipe with a little more spice, pick up a copy of author Neela Paniz's The New Indian Slow Cooker. This collection of classic Indian recipes made even simpler with your slow-cooker is a surefire way to ease into fall and winter cuisine. First up, the most appealing chickpea dish we've heard of in a while...

Indian Comfort Food: Kashmiri Potato Curry Recipe

Succulent potatoes slow-cooked in spiced gravy
Sep 4, 2014 3:01 pm

Slow-cooker chili is great, but if you're looking for a "set it and forget it" recipe with a little more spice, pick up a copy of author Neela Paniz's The New Indian Slow Cooker. This collection of classic Indian recipes made even simpler with your slow-cooker is a surefire way to ease into fall and winter cuisine. First up, the most appealing potato dish we've heard of in a while...

 

Why Does British Food Get Such A Bad Rap? We Examine.

U.S. Ambassador takes a dig at U.K. cuisine
Sep 3, 2014 1:00 pm

The U.K. is rightfully recognized for a number of cultural contributions. It’s no secret that food has never been one of them. Often the subject of ridicule, the country’s cuisine recently took another blow when U.S. ambassador Matthew Barzun declared that he had been served lamb and potato “180 times” in the past year. Adding insult to injury, he stated, “There are limits, and I have reached them.” But just why does British food routinely take such a beating?

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