This is a simple ground pork stir fry popular in Taiwan, where it is known, oddly, as “flies’ heads” stir fry for the black beans in it.
Invented in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, tacos gobernador, “governor’s tacos,” are popular all over the Pacific coast of Mexico.
This recipe shows you how to add flavor to your salsa by roasting the ingredients, either on a grill or in the oven.
A salmon cakes recipe that mimics a traditional Chesapeake crab cake, only using salmon. I top these with a little horseradish cream.
Dan dan noodles are wheat noodles, tossed in a sesame, soy and chile oil sauce, topped with spicy ground pork or beef.
This recipe is from East Africa, where it is called kuku wa nazi in Swahili. I used pheasant here, which is more like an African chicken.
Flounder, fluke or sole coated in breadcrumbs and fried, served with homemade tartar sauce and homemade fries.
A grilled tongue tacos recipe where you braise the tongues first, peel them, then grill them and chop before serving on tortillas.