How to use grape leaves to wrap tamales. So far as I know this is not done in Mexico, but it could be in Baja, Mexico’s wine country.
Tuna crudo is basically Italian sashimi. Thin slices of raw tuna, dressed with really good olive oil, lemon, flaky salt and capers.
How to grow and cook with rau ram, Persicaria odorata. It’s also called Vietnamese coriander or laksa leaf and is used like cilantro.
If you like New England lobster rolls, you will like crab rolls. A simple, crab-heavy salad in a hot dog bun. What’s not to love?
Hamachi kama, sold in most Japanese restaurants in America, are grilled yellowtail collars. Here’s how to make them at home.
Grilled mushrooms are a great way to move what’s normally a cold weather ingredient outdoors. This recipe works with any meaty mushroom.
Purslane is an edible weed eaten in many cultures. Called verdolagas in Mexico, purslane is tart, tasty and easy to grow. Here’s what to do with it.
Two of the things I get asked most when it comes to fish are a) snapper recipes, and b) general tips on how to cook red snapper. You’ll get both here. First, you should know that, more or less, all snapper and snapper-like fish cook the same in kitchen. Not just red snapper, but all