Not convinced yet? For your next breakfast, dare to try oatmeal in both sweet and sugar-free applications, taking the time to compare their flavors. Enjoy rolled oats fortified with buckwheat groats and simmered in apples and cinnamon for a subtle sweetness — then match it up against a cheesy creation topped with a creamy coddled egg. See both fast, easy, and healthy recipes when you read more.
Get the easy recipes I recommend, after the jump.
The following recipe recognizes that fresh bivalves are so stunning on their own that little's required to make them shine, other than aromatics, white wine, and dried red pepper for pep. Want the uncomplicated dish for dinner tonight? Then read on for the recipe.
The best part of this recipe is the fact that it doesn't require a mixer of any kind; just a food processor — something I couldn't live without, anyway. In half an hour, these babies were in the oven, and 15 minutes later, they were in my mouth.
It's best to eat the batch within a day, so make these for a crowd. Or, you can follow in my gluttonous footsteps: I meant to sample one out of the oven, but wound up eating at least three. The recipe? It's right here.
Don't be intimidated by the idea of throwing a delicate protein like fish on the grill. Just opt for a firm-fleshed species, like striped bass, being sure to dry it completely before putting it on the grill. Once it's cooking, leave the fish alone to do its thing; flip it and remove it from heat using the thinnest, widest spatula possible.
To make this meal a shore thing tonight, read more.
At the celebratory dinner in Cadiz, I'll offer my new Spanish friends an easy-to-make but delicious-to-eat sundae. Not just any sundae, one that keeps up with my Tex-Mex-inspired menu, a Mexican sundae with cinnamon chocolate sauce and dulce de leche ice cream.
Salty, crunchy peanuts and flaky sweetened coconut give texture to the frozen dessert. To look at the recipe I'll be using, read more.
Salmon tastes wonderful straight off the grill with a little bit of lemon, but take a few minutes to prepare an elegant citrus drizzle; its clean flavors quickly elevate the fish. Serve alongside grilled baby bok choy and steamed rice for a complete meal. Want the recipe? It's after the jump.
Since I've got a surplus of steak from last night's meal, this week I'm going to use my tortillas to create satisfying jack cheese quesadillas that'll be served alongside a black bean, cilantro, avocado, and tomato salsa for dipping. The quick, no-fuss meal makes all the eaters happy, and I have time left over to unwind on my first night back from the weekend. Want to do the same? Then read on.