When on vacation, dining at a hotel restaurant usually can never compare to venturing out to a local favorite. However, at Athen’s Sofitel Hotel Chef Theofanis Stathis creates a menu worth staying in for.
An interview with the chef of NYC’s Gradisca, a classic Italian restaurant serving modern creations and interpretations.
Impressive yet simple, this brisket requires little effort to create something delicious. Tender and flavorful, you really can’t go wrong.
This creamy spinach risotto is a wonderful and simple dish to be enjoyed at any time.
A Spanish spin on your classic burger featuring chorizo, Manchego cheese and a zesty Romesco sauce.
In every forkful, the nooks of the pasta hold in the bits of smoky pancetta and citrusy Brussels sprouts.
Check out these lovely little mini pumpkins from Amrita Rawat, filled with a delicious risotto.
It’s hot out . It’s summertime. It’s salmon season. It’s time to grill.
Dutch new herring (maatjesharing) is herring prepared in a specific Dutch way and is seen as a great seasonal delicacy.
A lighter version of the Italian classic, made complete with summer’s star ingredients.
Sasha Gora makes a classic porcini risotto brighter and slightly sexier by adding red grapefruit.
Whatever you decide to call this soup, it’s not only simple to prepare, but healthy and delicious as well.
With a vein of Pt. Reyes blue cheese running through the center and an onomatopoeic crust, this meatloaf is a recipe to be beat.
After a run along the coastal trail, Olivia Caminiti was in the mood for a satisfying but light dinner.
Pushpa Kumar combines a healthy vegetable with the protein rich moong dal for a delicious healthy stir fry.
Think chorizo is the same thing in Mexico as in Spain? Think again. Nancy Lopez McHugh sets the record straight.