TODAY on MHTV: The classic ingredients used in Greek cooking are simple, fresh and inspire great meals. Keep everyone happy while you finish cooking the main course with crunchy golden pita crisps topped with chopped chives—you can’t have just one. Greek herbs, lemon juice and olive oil bathe broiled lamb chops that’s served along side… View Article
TODAY on MHTV: Why go out when you can stay in? My rendition of a few Japanese restaurant classics will make you happy you stayed put. Steamed edamame (protein-packed soy beans) sprinkled with sesame-sea salt are not only a super addictive app, they’re healthy too. Seared Arctic Char with a sesame-soy glaze is simple to… View Article
In case you didn’t get to see it, check out the Grub Street article about what a typical Mad Hungry week is like for me. Let me know what you think! Click here to read the article. Photo credit: Melissa Ham.
TODAY on MHTV: One of the best things you can do if you’re having company is focus on one really awesome dish, and it’s even better if you can make it all in the same pan. Seafood paella is one of those dishes and in my version I use fresh clams, halibut and spicy Portuguese… View Article
TODAY on MHTV: It’s no secret that I LOVE Jamaican food, especially the classics, like jerk chicken. A garlic and scallion marinade really helps to boost the flavor and an extra helping of spicy jerk sauce doesn’t hurt either. To soak up some of that heat, I’m making festival; a lightly fried sweet cornmeal bread… View Article
[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”TurkeyBurgerGradParty”] TODAY on MHTV: At CQ’s college graduation party we served the best turkey burgers (check out the pics above) and today he’s coming by to help me recreate them. I’ve got a couple tricks to keeping these burgers moist and juicy (pickle juice is one), and a whole bunch of condiments to… View Article
We all know how crazy a weeknight can be, especially if you’re trying to make delicious dinner for you and your family after a long day. I’ve got my own go-to recipes for nights like these, so, what’s your secret? Tell us your favorite go-to recipe for a week night dinner—it can be a main… View Article
TODAY on MHTV: Spaghetti Bolognese is one of my all-time favorite pasta dishes but it normally takes a lot of time to prepare, about three hours. One night I decided to change it up and created this shorter version that only takes ONE hour. My Bolognese starts with savory pancetta and ground beef seared in… View Article