What to do with leftover seafood boil yumminess? How about an omelet? It makes a perfect brunch.
Category: The Main Event
A seafood boil is a communal experience, something you eat with your hands, get all over your face and don’t regret a messy morsel of.
Tender, succulent bites pack a one-two flavor punch of spicy-sweet and an aroma redolent of the Caribbean – this dish is a keeper. The jerk sauce and marinade are fabulous with poultry, but also with other meats and grilled veggies.
A decades-long subscription to Bon Appétit inspired this citrusy and piquant take on the ever-moist chicken thigh.
This sandwich is delightfully easy, with a very sophisticated taste. The crunch of the fresh cabbage and brightness of the mint are the perfect compliment to the juicy earthiness of the onions and steak.
Der Red Baron recipe: a triple decker of turkey breast, lean corned beef, Swiss cheese, crisp lettuce, tomato, sauerkraut and thousand island dressing.
Cauliflower Soup is easy and quick, warm and comforting, and yet surprisingly elegant.
The TBLT is a grilled tuna steak nestled in a panini with the traditional BLT ingredients plus red onion and a spicy condiment.
A comfort food picture shared on Facebook makes folks beg for the recipe – and here it is: Mary’s Magical Mexican Cornbread, with its hearty layer of meat.
The latest Sandwich Wednesday at Glover Gardens features a classic steak and cheese panini with dual tangy condiments: Dijon and horseradish cream.
So over the last three weeks I had a long trip for work to Paris and then right away, a shorter trip for relaxation to Colorado (I know, I know, you’re not crying for me). After arriving home in Southeast Texas in the wee hours last […]