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Recipes
  • Martin Yan’s Potstickers

    Chef Martin Yan marinates Napa cabbage, shiitake mushroom, ginger, garlic and ground meat in sesame seed oil and oyster sauce and then bundles the mixture in potsticker wrappers.

  • Curried Lentils and Spinach

    Lentils like many other legumes are chameleons. They’re traditional in Indian cooking. You can use the box of frozen spinach because it’s more available but I also like keeping a bag of chopped spinach in my freezer for recipes like this.

  • Fresh Veggie Sandwich

    Chef Keith Snow creates a vegetarian sandwich with grilled zucchini, red onions, zucchini squash, red peppers, mushrooms and fresh mozzarella.

  • Asian Omelet

    Soy sauce, rice vinegar and sugar add unique flavors to a morning classic

  • Lemon and Coriander Roast Chicken

    This savory chicken has an incredibly flavorful crust and moist, tender, juicy meat.

  • Grilled Chicken Breasts with Peach-Bourbon Barbecue Sauce

    This sauce is not only irresistible on chicken, it pairs up beautifully with grilled salmon and shrimp. Or, use it as a dipping sauce for the shrimp or skewered chicken.

  • Roasted Radishes with Honey, Thyme and Lemon

    Roasting mellows the radishes bite without depleting it of character. These gorgeous gems are oddly addictive—and add an unexpected element to any meal.

  • Bourbon BBQ Meatballs

    These simple appetizer spinach meatballs are the perfect holiday addition—a quick homemade bourbon BBQ sauce mixed with savory meatballs. What’s not to love?

  • Lamb Bolognese

    Delicious Bolognese sauce gets a makeover with the addition of ground lamb. Served with fresh pasta and topped with just a sprinkling of grated Parmesan cheese.

  • Lemon Bacon Shrimp Scampi

    You really can’t go wrong with butter and bacon, but when you throw some tender shrimp, garlic and lemon juice into the mix, you’ve got a small bite with big taste!

  • Fruit Soup with Fresh Fruit Salad & Silky Smooth Cashew Sauce

    This softly gelled fruit soup, topped with a healthy serving of fresh fruit and drizzled with a rich-tasting sauce, is elegant, easy, light and delicious. Agar, also known as kantan, is a natural mineral rich seaweed gelling agent that's a healthy alternative to bovine gelatin. Agar has no taste or calories and is easily found in natural food stores.

  • Warm Overnight Oats with Peaches

    This dish is adapted from the traditional Swiss muesli which is served cold. A perfect balanced start to the day. Feel free to experiment with sunflower seeds or walnuts, raisins or any other mix!