This easy dinner of garlic spinach and seared scallops takes less than 20 minutes to put together and it’s made all in one pan. Just sear the scallops in a little butter, cook the spinach with garlic until it wilts and serve!
As preparations for his new and rapidly evolving venue in San Sebastián, Michelin-accoladed Chef Paulo Airaudo works non-stop on dishes for the new menus that will delight the foodie destination from spring 2017.
Comforting and layered with a multitude of flavors, this warm ham and cheese spinach dip is the ultimate holiday appetizer to feed your grazing guests. Pair with a one of the suggested wines and you are set for success.
Ah, the weekday mornings. Sometimes, you just have to get in your car and go! This easy bacon, eggs, and cheese quesadilla can be put in the freezer and reheated for those mornings you are in a rush.
A vegetarian lasagna is perfect to add to the holiday spread and will satisfy all your eaters. Finish a meal with a rich yogurt and olive oil cake topped with chocolate ganache.
Celebrate the holidays with simple shrimp and scallop spinach tagliatelle. End a meal with mascarpone pear desserts served on crispy meringue-like pastries.
Will the classic steakhouse ever go out of style? We hope not, especially when there are so many delicious things to eat at NYC’s Strip House Midtown, like black truffle creamed spinach, dry aged rib eyes, and burrata with sweet roasted tomatoes.
The nuttiness of aged havarti cheese pairs perfectly with spinach and herbs in this gorgeous, phyllo-crusted cheesecake.
A perfect breakfast or brunch to make ahead with leftover veggies, old bread, and delightful dill cheese and eggs. Wake up and throw it in the oven.
This quinoa is the perfect summer night supper with cranberries and cashews. And with it’s gluten-free beer and bread it is allergy-free, too.