Bulgur is both delicious, healthy and very easy to prepare. Tamara Novacoviç with a fresh spring salad full of vitamins.
Kristina Wiley debuts on Honest Cooking with a twist on one of the most iconic dishes from the Sunshine State.
For every happy pig that gets to end its days as braised shoulder with haricot beans, there is a horror story to be told about intensive pig farming.
A traditional Mexican soup that, like many other soups, will only taste better the longer you let it simmer.
It’s Christmas again. No, wait, that’s not true! But Miriam Garcia turns a typical Christmas confectionery into an ice cream that deserves to be eaten all year.
Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack shares her secret family recipe for the classic Mexican Lent bread pudding Capirotada.
Scared of Fennel? Don’t be. Ewa Sack has a fantastic soup recipe for the fennel novice.
Brady Evans decides to turn what could have been a comfy one pot dinner into a restaurant worthy dish.
Jessica Flanigan with a Greek sauce that makes her forget her dreams of Hollandaise.
Chili means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Laura Davis “invents” her own version.
There’s nothing like a great breakfast to get your day started just right. Amy Ta with her favorite morning dish.
Taiwanese restaurant chain Din Tai Fung is famous almost throughout the world, and Cindy Wang is impressed with their Shanghai outpost.
Many small American craft brewers are realizing that cans are still the best way to preserve their liquid gold.
Hate the process of boiling water? Then perhaps the Quooker is something for you.
With mango season arriving in Thailand, Jessica Smith turns to Mango Tango for her daily mango fix.
A recipe that is really two recipes. A seafood symphony, or more correctly, a shrimp duet.
Natalie McLaury checks out the magazines, and decides to welcome spring with this asparagus dish.
Maria Laitinen checks out Perama, a traditional Greek restaurant with a contemporary twist in the outskirts of Sydney.
This lemon cream cake, fit for a fancy party or just a weekend treat, is as delicious as it is pretty.
Joan Nova travels to the Marvelous City, and discovers food that is as belly bursting as it is delicious.
Making your own granola is something Honest Cooking applauds. Healthier, tastier and a lot more fun than store bought versions.
Eli Shayotovich rolls out the barbecue, and introduces a chicken to a can of Oskar Blues Pale Ale.
Nagalakshmi Viswanathan travels from Singapore to the O.C. and falls in love with the Farmer’s Markets that remind her of her childhood India.
Johanna Kindvall dreams of being able to source ultra local lamb meat at her summer cottage.
Unless you insist on picking the berries yourself, this dessert is so simple we’re not even sure it’s a recipe.
Denise Sakaki digs into how memories of a bowl of rice can accompany you from childhood and throughout life.
French toast is a brunch classic that most people love. Meet the adult version.
Tamara Novacoviç welcomes spring, and the annoying sound of lawnmowers, with this lovely Spinach Pesto.
Amrita Rawat makes a case for chiffon cakes, and offers a banana variation that sells us on the concept.
Ten years after opening, De Kas is still delivering good quality food – and you can now finally get a table.
Valerie Harrison takes a cooking class with Chef Darin Paterson, and comes back with a few new tricks up her sleeve.
Serge Lescouarnec sits down with Lisa Abend – who spent a season in the kitchen with Ferran Adrià, and then went on to write a book about the experience.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh decides to try making homemade stuffed cabbage rolls for the first time. We think they turn out pretty great.
True love is behind this Raspberry Mazarine, as the creator of the recipe is actually allergic to it herself.
Cindy Wang discovers a Taipei wonderland of cupcakes and sweets that would have appealed to the Queen of France herself.
Rock Cornish Game Hen, Poussin or Spring Chicken? Same tasty bird, different names.
Laura Davis about the health benefits of ginger, and how you can make yourself some “good-conscience” candy and soda.
Often, the simplest pastas are also the best tasting pastas. This one certainly falls in to that category.
Steen Hanssen goes all grainy on us, and sings the praises of Spelt, an ancient wheat variety in the midst of a comeback.
Soba noodles are delicious both warm and cold. This lovely cold soba salad from Karen Chan is no exception.
Cauliflower is one of the veggies we all hated when we were kids. Now, we make soup with it instead.
Jello shots may invoke memories of crazy college parties, but they can actually be both elegant and delicious.
Bill Walsh tests Coffee Labs Roaster’s Sumatra Mandhelding, and ends up with a decent cup of coffee.
Tired of potatoes, rice and pasta as the traditional sources of carbs? Try polenta – simple, versatile and delicious.
Joan Nova goes to Puerto Rico, and comes back with some fantastic tips to local eateries and food.
Organic strawberry season is upon us, and Laura Davis celebrates by presenting a delicious strawberry scones recipe.
Eastern European food is getting more attention globally, and with Kelsey Hilts delicious Polish recipe, we join the movement.
This beautiful barley risotto is a colorful vegetarian dish served by Sydney based Maria Laitinen.
Natalie McLaury decided to find a new way of preparing the health trendy kale, and found this fantastic frittata in her pile of magazines.
Oven roasted chicken is an absolute classic that is both amazingly good and quite easy to succeed with. Nancy Lopez-McHugh with the recipe.
With spring closing in, so is asparagus season. Seattle based Ewa Sack with the perfect recipe for Swedish asparagus soup with fried bacon.
Alida Ryder finally visits the Pretoria Farmer’s Market, and instantly falls in love with the selection of products, smells and tastes of this famous market.
Tamara Novacoviç has a strangely ambivalent relationship to muffins, but still agrees to make her friends these delicious Chocolate Orange ones.
Okay, so you made a huge amount of Sauce Verte the other day, and have a little left over? Make green garlic bread!
We say Hola to Diana Bauman, who cooks us a lovely spring tapa with asparagus and Spanish chorizo.
Tamara Novacoviç names “Sweet Centre” in the Croatian town of Karlovac one of the “Places We Love”.