Recipes From Today’s Show: Simple Japanese Restaurant Menu

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 prepare and… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Japanese Night

TODAY on MHTV: The flavors of Japanese cuisine are a big culinary inspiration for me, and today I’m sharing three of my favorite authentic recipes. Crispy pork tonkatsu (a breaded and deep-fried pork chop) is sliced and drizzled with a sweet and fresh dashi-mirin sauce. On the side: simple and light cabbage salad and my warm soba salad… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: One-Pot Holiday Cooking

Today on MHTV: When the holidays roll around, so does company. Make entertaining a crowd easy with a one-pot meal. My Boeuf Bourguignon soup is hearty and filled with short ribs and veggies that I like to serve along with Herbed Egg Noodles and Horseradish Chive Bread for dipping. Buttery Apple Crisp with a brown… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Between-Meal Snacks

TODAY on MHTV @ 11:30 a.m. ET: Sometimes you or your fam are hungry and making it all the way to dinner just isn’t an option. When that happens, a homemade snack is the way to go. My Nonny’s tuna gremolata is like a smooth tuna salad that we use to spread on crackers or… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Sunday Pot Roast

TODAY on MHTV: Marinating this inexpensive cut of beef in garlic and soy sauce followed by a gentle braise in a stout beer is guaranteed to keep the pot roast moist, tender and pretty much perfect. I love to make this on a Sunday and serve it heaped over buttery noodles. For dessert, I’m making… View Article
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Recipes From Today’s Show: One-Pot Holiday Cooking

TODAY on MHTV: Running around during the chilly holiday season makes me want food that is warm and cozy, and I always have a few comfort-food recipes ready for when the craving hits. I like to serve my version of boeuf bourguignon as a soup—it’s full of tender short ribs and chunks of veggies. To… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Chinese Takeout

TODAY on MHTV: Like most families, we occasionally order Chinese takeout for dinner and I’ve got my own versions of some of my family’s favorite dishes. Great as a main course, my home-style stir-fried chicken is loaded with peanuts, Chinese red peppers and scallions. Simple and quick, cold sesame noodles and a unique celery, cilantro… View Article