TIP OF THE DAY: Chermoula Sauce With Chicken And Zucchini, Plates Or Wraps

While it’s easy to find something fresh and delicious in the summer months, today’s tip is a good template for year-round dinners. Simply combining broiled or grilled protein (chicken, fish) and seasonal vegetables with a tasty sauce makes a healthful, flavorful dinner any time of year. Just make (or buy) the yogurt sauce and chermoula…
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FOOD FUN: Deconstructed Ceviche & The Different Types Of Raw Fish Dishes

[1] Deconstructed ceviche at Seviche | Louisville. [2] A trio of ceviches with different mixes of seafood and vegetables, from Chef Ingrid Hoffmann. [3] Sea bass ceviche with traditional ingredients from Coya | London. [4] Tiradito: a fusion preparation with sashimi-cut fish and a non-traditional garnish (fried capers), at Raymi | NYC.   June 28th…
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TIP OF THE DAY: 12 Ingredients For Summer Tacos

Chicken tacos with radish and avocado. Here’s the recipe from Heather Christo. [2] Fish tacos with mango. Here’s the recipe from How Sweet It Is.   The 2017 summer solstice falls on Wednesday, June 21st at 12:24 A.M. If you’re having a midnight dinner tonight, you can officially have summer tacos. What are summer tacos?…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Skillet Flatbread

[1] Warm, fragrant and ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, This recipe is from Girl Versus Dough. [2] Here’s the recipe from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. [3] Turn your Greek salad into a sandwich (photo courtesy Girl Versus Dough).   Long before there were ovens, bread—the first was flatbread—was baked on flat stones in…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Teas For Sushi & Sashimi

[1] Green tea and a conventional iron pot, called a tetsubin (photo courtesy Japanese Green Tea Online). [2] Green tea isn’t necessarily green. It depends on where the tea was grown and production factors (photo courtesy Coffemania | NYC). [3] A conventional sushi plate of nigiri and maki (photo courtesy Takibun). [4] Sashimi (photo Direct…
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