We've taken the classic flame-grilled flavor of the Whopper, complete with the exact right ratio of toppings and beef, and upgraded it with better ingredients, better layering, and better technique to form a burger that's truly fit for The King.
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This quick and easy dish of cod poached in coconut milk features bold, Thai-inspired flavors, including lemongrass, ginger, fresh chilies, and fish sauce.
This easy one-pot dish features halibut and clams gently poached in an aromatic broth with fennel, white wine, dill, and celery.
This light and delicately flavored dish of salmon poached in a broth with summer squash, fennel, white wine, and ginger, then finished with cherry tomatoes, is a perfect one-pot summer meal.
A quick and easy shrimp and corn salad flavored with cilantro, bell peppers, and crunchy raw tomatillos, this dish is light enough for an easy side and hearty enough for a bright, fresh supper.
Our perfectly grilled shrimp have a clean, sweet shrimp flavor with a nicely charred crust and a plump, juicy texture. They pair wonderfully with chermoula, a North African condiment based on herbs, cumin, olive oil, and lemon.
There are some vegetables that are just fine all year round, and some that get better during their season. Then there are tomatoes. When they're at their juicy, tender peak in late summer, combine them with bacon and mayonnaise on a toasted English muffin for the finest breakfast you could ask for.
What makes the difference between a great bean salad and a boring bowlful of beans? The answer is simple: Go for maximum contrast, both in texture and in flavor. Here, I add layers of crispness and crunch with almonds, radish, radicchio, fresh parsley, scallion, and quick-pickled onion.
A quick and easy flatbread made on the grill gets topped with za'atar, and plenty of it!
Our perfectly grilled shrimp are even better when stuffed into steamed Chinese buns with crunchy shredded cabbage and pickles, plus a spicy and creamy Sriracha mayonnaise.
It's summertime, we have half day Fridays, a few extra hours of daylight to get our cocktails going, and things are supposed to be easy, darn it! In a conscious effort to simplify our lives and celebrate the awesomeness of fresh summer produce, we're spending the whole season coming up with the absolute easiest, freshest, and tastiest summer dishes we can think of. On the menu today: figs, melon, Spanish ham, and basil in one gorgeous salad.
What does it take to get grilled shrimp that are as tender and juicy as the most delicately poached shrimp? This method, that's what.
Crunchy toasted pine nuts and lemony sumac are great partners for eggs scrambled softly in extra-virgin olive oil.
Scallion pancake dough grills up as marvelously as it fries, getting crisp, bubbly, and nicely charred.
This grilled potato salad offers a range of textures—crispy, crunchy, and creamy—with a nice smokiness from the grill balanced by a tart grilled lemon vinaigrette flavored with scallions and shallots. The key is par-cooking the potatoes and roughing them up a bit for extra crunch.
Pasta salad with raw tomatoes and basil is a common summertime dish. Here we give it a thoughtful upgrade by cooking the tomatoes just until bursting, so that they release their rich juices into a flavorful sauce that coats the pasta even when cooled. It's a new summertime must.
Whether you call it Bang Bang Chicken (named after the sound that a pounding mallet makes when tenderizing the tough chicken breasts of yesteryear) or Mysterious Flavor Chicken, this classic cold Sichuan chicken salad dressed with Sichuan peppercorns, garlic, sesame, and chili oil, can be updated using a few modern techniques. Cooking the chicken breasts directly in a bag with aromatics guarantees ultra-moist and flavor-packed chicken without the need for any banging at all.
Mix up your classic chicken salad with this summery variation made with sweet corn, avocado, and the juiciest poached chicken tossed with a light and creamy miso dressing.
With its fancy French name and beautiful appearance when fresh from the oven, a classic cherry clafoutis is bound to impress guests. Little do they know just how easy it is to make—just whip up a simple batter with egg, milk, sugar, and flour, then pour it onto some cherries and bake.
The sous-vide cooker is the best way to guarantee the juiciest, tenderest, most flavor-packed chicken salad. Adding aromatics directly to the cooking bag guarantees more flavorful results.