Chilaquiles are a traditional Mexican egg dish with fried corn tortillas and salsa. Add onions, crema, a squeeze of lime juice and wash it down with a michelada.
With eggs, as a nacho topping, or in a fresh tortilla: Guatemalan red beans with chorizo.
This unfussy rustic soup is full of authentic Guatemalan ingredients like güicoy and güisquil.
Try this elaborate egg dish that bakes in the oven so everyone’s brunch is ready at the same time.
Mint adds brightness to an otherwise earthy stew for a meal that’s hearty and filling but still fresh tasting.
Nordic cuisine prioritizes fresh and local ingredients and this Icelandic stew is great backdrop for showcasing well-sourced seafood.
You can top this salad with chicken, chickpeas or some other protein to make a meal out of it.
Everything about this salad is hot weather-friendly. All of the ingredients are ready to use – no prepping, washing or cooking required.
Rice noodles are an easy and inexpensive base for a wide array of flavors. Mixed with fresh finds from a farmers market, they make a great portable lunch.