Global Cuisine

10 South American Dishes In Under 45 Minutes

Ceviche, soup, plantains, quinoa, you name it!
May 7, 2015 2:00 pm

Head south of the border tonight! More south...more...past Mexico, and we’re there! Tonight, we’re making South American food with an active cooking time of 45 minutes or less. Hit Brazil for cachaça-marinated chicken, Peru for quinoa, Venezuela for dessert and a few other stops along the way. Keep it fresh and spicy and get it on the table, fast. 

It’s A Paleo Chicken Biryani Recipe

The paleo diet: now in bold Indian flavors!
May 5, 2015 12:00 pm
paleo chicken biryani recipe

Paleo cooking has never been so easy! In One-Pot Paleo, Jenny Castaneda shares delicious recipes for enticing paleo meals that only require one pot, pan or bowl. You’ll spend less time cooking and cleaning and more time enjoying your meals. With an awesome collection of herbs and spices that do most of the work for you, you might feel like this flavorful chicken biryani almost cooks itself!

Dumplings On Parade! 8 Of Our Favorite Recipes.

Keep an open-minded approach to dumplings tonight
Mar 17, 2015 12:00 pm

It’s time to open up your mind — and one of those 200-packs of wonton skins you can buy at the supermarket. Whether you’re going for basic pot stickers or foie gras-stuffed dim sum, we’ve got a dumpling recipe for you. We’ve also opened up the game to empanadas, gnudi, crab rangoon and other things that definitely qualify as dumplings...

France Meets China: Foie Gras Dumplings With Cilantro Beef Consommé

Over-the-top mash-up via Bordeaux
Mar 6, 2015 1:00 pm
Photo: Claude.Prigent Regards-Culinaires

A young chef who previously worked in kitchens in Paris and San Francisco, Aurélien Crosato opened the respected Soléna in Bordeaux with his wife, Serena Lee, a California expat. In case your own plans arent taking you to Frances famed southeast wine region anytime soon, try making Crosatos take on Chinese dumplings — which sub in duck foie gras for pork stuffing. 

Science Has Maybe Proven Why Indian Food Tastes So Good. Plus, 10 Great Recipes.

Behold: the wonders of taste buds and food science
Mar 6, 2015 11:00 am

According to The Washington Post, theres a scientific reason behind Indian foods spicy, inimitable deliciousness. Do we understand it? Absolutely not, but we will continue chowing down on dosas and curry for as long as we have stomachs. On that note, if you havent tried Indian-style Chinese food, which takes this science one step further, you haven't lived. Grab some yogurt and test out these theories on your very own taste buds with 10 of our favorite Indian recipes. 

This Is What School Lunch In Greece, France And South Korea Looks Like

Salad mecca SweetGreen interprets the cafeteria
Feb 27, 2015 10:00 am

Leave it to SweetGreen, every salad lover's personal heaven, to highlight the faults in American public-school lunch. While the chain's foray into school lunches around the world is most definitely styled for the camera, it's hard to imagine this vision is too far off from what that kid is carrying a tray of while trying to figure out who to sit with. 

Our 20 Favorite Middle Eastern Recipes Of All Time

Take down your recipe rut with falafel and friends
Jan 15, 2015 3:00 pm

How many Middle Eastern recipes can you cook? If you answered "zero to five," you don't know close to enough recipes from one of the most delicious regions of the world, and we can help with 20 of our favorites. Simply a humble hummus fan? Cool, time to expand on that. Find a butcher that sells awesome lamb, pick up some eggplant, lemons, fresh herbs and olive oil and let's get crackin'.

15 Rice Recipes Off The Beaten Path

Time for rice around the world! Ready...go!
Jan 14, 2015 2:30 pm

Here's the thing(s) about rice: everyone loves it, nobody's allergic to it and there are at least a million ways to spin it — 20 of which we've listed right here. If you can name an ethnicity, it's almost guaranteed to have a rice dish you'll want to try. From Latin America to India and Asia, there's rice love to be shared. Oh, and those pork belly rice balls? Amazing. 

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