Day: June 17, 2021

Cool recipes to make on hot days

Seder includes recipes for breakfast, salads, small plates, bowls, main courses, and desserts, plus sections with sauces and pantry staples, all designed with home cooks in mind.

There are Asian, Indian, South American, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean influences in many of the dishes. And during her research, Seder identified foods that take more energy to break down, and therefore tend to make you hotter.

“I really wanted to curate the recipes in this book to reflect that,” she said. “All the recipes would be ideal for those hot days, when you want to do the opposite. They take less time on the stove, or minimal time in the oven, or no cooking whatsoever. But it’s not a raw foods cookbook. There’s a lot of cooking involved.”

"Eat Cool: Good Food for Hot Days" by Vanessa Seder.

“Eat Cool: Good Food for Hot Days” by Vanessa Seder.

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Credit: Handout

In addition to cooking, there’s mixology in “Eat Cool,”

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Checklist Of Chinese Dishes

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At the identical time, heat up the milk in a smaller pan, avoiding a boil. Melt butter in a distinct pot and add the flour. Continue cooking this mixture for 2 minutes. Chinese menus are sometimes helpfully separated into sections comparable to “rice dishes”, “noodle dishes”, “greens”, and “beverages” (see food type hyperlinks beneath), and they aren’t often separated into sections equivalent … Read More

Po’boys, fried chicken, grits, cobbler

Juneteenth is a time for celebration. It’s a time to bring my friends and family together with soul food at the center of the table.

As I continue to grow and learn as a Black man and chef, I often seek ways to reimagine the foods I’ve grown up eating. My Cornbread Sweet Potato Cobbler, Hot Honey Fried Chicken with White Cheddar Coconut Grits and Nashville Hot Catfish Po’boys are perfect examples of that.

I look at the the opportunity to feed people as an opportunity for me to share who I am and the stories and ingredients that my ancestors put into the meals that nourished the stomachs and souls of many generations.

So, no matter how you choose to celebrate this special day, keep in mind these dishes, as they are packed with soul, curiosity and, of course, flavor.

Nashville Hot Catfish Po'boys

Courtesy Will Coleman

Driving through the streets of Detroit,

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13+ Best Healthy Father’s Day Recipes

It’s almost Father’s Day—and if you’re looking to show your dad how much he means to you, whipping up a meal in his honor will definitely do the trick. Whether you want to celebrate him with breakfast, lunch, dinner, or all three, we’ve got you covered with healthy Father’s Day recipes that dad’s sure to love.

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Paleo steak frites with compound butter
Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

Time to fire up that grill cause this is an extra special steak dinner your dad won’t soon forget. The herb-spiked butter sauce truly takes this steak to the next level and who doesn’t love a big side of crispy fries. This dish is sure to impress.

Get our recipe for Classic Steak Frites.

Jalapeno cheeseburger
Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

More of a burger kind of guy? Skip the fast-food options

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