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Hawaiian SPAM Tacos with Pineapple

SPAM is very underrated. Slice it into strips and get it crispy in a hot skillet, then make these SPAM tacos! Topped with pineapple and red pepper, these tacos are truly delicious. As I’ve mentioned previously on Eat Your Food!, I see it as a parental obligation to expose my kids to stuff that I […]

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How to Make Naan

Tender, chewy freshly made naan, an Indian flatbread, is delicious on its own or served alongside your favorite Indian dish. Eat it plain or season it with herbs and spices! If after Butter Chicken and Chicken Tikka Masala there’s one dish holding the fort for Indian cuisine since eternity itself, it has to be naan. […]

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Sesame Salt

Photo by Alex Lau, Prop Styling by Kalen Kaminski, Food Styling by Rebecca Jurkevich Gomasio is the nutty, toasty Japanese wonder condiment we’re sprinkling on everything: salads, of course, but also roasted vegetables, seared fish, and even buttered toast. Make it with white or black sesame seeds—or do a confetti-like mix. Yield Makes about 3/4 […]

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Barbecue Sauce

Chef’s Note “This recipe was published in the cookbook of The Sisterhood and Garden Circle of Temple Israel, New Rochelle, NY (without copyright notice), second printing, September, 1965.This recipe is an old Southern recipe and is perfect for chicken.The original recipe was used for grilled chickens, cooked outdoors on a grill, and given to Dr. […]

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36 Ways to Use Miso in the Kitchen

In my opinion, there’s nothing a little fermented flavor can’t amplify. Kombucha? Fantastic. Vinegar? Oh yes. Yogurt? Don’t get me started or I’ll never shut up. There’s always room for a little more depth of flavor, and fermented soybean paste—a.k.a. miso—can add impressive complexity to all kinds of foods. Miso is inexpensive, easy, and accessible, […]

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Skillet Chicken Parmesan

Good old-fashioned chicken Parmesan gets the skillet treatment in this one-pot dish. Serve with rice or spaghetti for comfort food at its finest—and fastest! One of the first classic Italian dishes I mastered was a traditional chicken Parmesan. It’s a special dish but does require some serious work. A classic chicken Parmesan recipe will probably […]

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Make Fish Tacos, Celebrate Spring

It is finally, officially spring time, which means that we are leaving the season of soups and stews and sailing headlong into a glorious future full of fresh spring vegetables and fruits. No only does that mean that it’s time for asparagus and strawberries; for me, it’s when I start moving away from heartier beef and […]

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Our Best Blueberry Recipes

Blueberry Bread Pudding With Lemon Hard Sauce Pre-made Sara Lee pound cakes are the perfect base for a creamy, decadent bread pudding. Once thawed, we cube and toast the all butter pound cakes in then oven before dressing them up with vanilla custard base, lemon zest, and fresh blueberries. After baking the pudding to custardy, […]

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Avocado-and-Cabbage Slaw

Active Time: N/ATotal Time30 MIN Yield: Serves : 6 When Suvir Saran’s mother tried this spicy, crunchy cabbage slaw at his restaurant Tapestry in New York City, she said, “Baba, this is the best chaat I’ve ever eaten!” While Saran didn’t intend to make over the traditional Indian snack, a dish with chickpeas, potatoes, yogurt and chutney, […]

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Quick Side Dishes

Sugar Snap Peas with Soffrito, Hot Pepper and Mint “It’s hard to improve upon a perfect sugar snap pea,” says Gjelina chef Travis Lett. “The question for the chef is, how do you not screw it up?” Lett’s answer is to keep things simple, by cooking the sweet peas with fresh mint, crushed red pepper […]