There is no doubt that Korean food is trending right now. From Kimchi to bibimbap and food trucks, the bold flavors and tastes are making their way into meals everywhere. Ever think it's easy to enjoy these unique flavor palates when dining out, but feel lost when it comes to incorporating them into your home-cooked meals? It turns out taking the first step is easier than expected and they come in the form of Korean BBQ sauce from Bibigo—building on a 5,000 year food history, Bibigo offers a collection of Korean grocery products for simple convenience.
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Mark Bittman is back with a new installment in his quintessential How to Cook Everything series. Like the original, How to Cook Everything Fast is full of over a thousand recipes, how-to guides, techniques and variations. This edition isn't going to just make you a better cook; it's going to save you time. The recipes in How to Cook Everything Fast are written in a whole new way that incorporates prep steps into the flow of the cooking directions for maximum efficiency. Take, for example, Bittman's new recipe for Fastest Chicken Parm. Fastest Chicken Parm Time: 30 Minutes Makes: 4 servings This take on the classic couldn't be easier: Instead of dredging and panfrying, just stack the ingredients in...
Chef Linton Hopkins made his mark in the bun and patty world with "Burger Time" at his Holeman & Finch Public House in Atlanta. And while beef might be the main ingredient in his coveted creations, we learned that his heart lies with another elemental ingredient: delicious, savory mushrooms.
It's a lazy Sunday night, thunderstorms in the forecast, and your Netflix queue isn't going to watch itself, is it? So cook up a menu of everyday indulgences, without spending all night at the stove.
It's true that nothing says Pittsburgh quite like the energy and passion of Steeler Nation. And this season, Steelers fans aren't just living and breathing Black & Gold; they're also eating it. Literally. That's right—local Pittsburgh fans can now show their Steelers pride with Potato and Cheddar pierogies naturally colored Steelers' Black and Gold.
Make a fruit snack fun with these playful twists on nachos. Kids will gobble up pita chip "nachos" topped with Yoplait® Original Tropical Yogurt and berries, while grown ups can sub out the pita chips for pineapple "chips" for a healthy all-fruit snack.
Finely chopped mushrooms lend earthiness to these pan-fried Chinese dumplings, which sport a spicy mushroom-spring onion interior. After they get a quick fry in a pan coated with hot oil, a bit of water is added. They're then covered and steamed until tender-crisp. The result is comfort food to the nth degree, especially when there's a simple black vinegar, chile and soy sauce-based dipping sauce alongside.
Mixed mushrooms get ramped up with sherry vinegar, olive oil, lemon zest and thyme before roasting in a hot oven until tender. Then, they're chopped and join nuggets of Swiss cheese as the filling for pepper-crusted burgers, which are grilled and blanketed with more gooey Swiss.
Baked in the oven in a bath of chicken stock and port wine, mushroom-chorizo-filled mushrooms are a rich, satisfying starter with dinner party appeal.
Blendability -- a cooking technique that replaces all or a significant portion of meat with finely chopped mushrooms -- lends interest to these simple turkey meatballs. Kept moist with a touch of unflavored gelatin and richly flavored with balsamic vinegar, and lemon zest, they're browned and finish cooking in rich, nutmeg-kissed sherry creamy sauce.
We've cooked down some of our favorite tips from the Muir Glen Cooking School into this handy infographic. Here are some of our favorite fast and easy ways to put a can of tomatoes to good use.
Chef Linton Hopkins, restaurateur and "Burger Time" originator, is back with another mouth-watering recipe featuring the beloved mushroom. Atlanta's king of burgers has graced us with a delectably savory Veggie Burger. Loaded with nutritious ingredients, this lighter burger speaks to the veggie lover in all of us. Mushroom-Vegetable Burger Ingredients: 8 oz. mixed mushrooms, sliced 2 teaspoons olive oil 3 teaspoons kosher salt, divided 8 oz. cooked barley 3 oz. cooked red lentils 3 oz. roasted beets 1.5 oz. chickpea flour 3 oz. coconut oil, chilled 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Procedure: 1.Preheat the oven to 425°F. 2. Toss mushrooms in olive oil and 1 teaspoon salt. 3. Spread the mushrooms in a single layer on a metal sheet pan...
Burger lovers, rejoice! Chef Jehangir Mehta has created a burger recipe like no other. The Iron Chef Contestant and Executive Chef at Graffiti in New York uses a secret ingredient: mushrooms. As shown in this recipe, chopped mushrooms can be blended with ground meat to create delicious Blendability dishes that maximize flavor thanks to mushrooms' savory umami. Use this technique to blend and extend classic favorites like burgers, tacos or meatballs. The process is so simple, it only requires three steps: Chop up your favorite mushroom variety to match the consistency of the ground meat in the recipe Cook and season mushrooms the same way you would meat Combine the cooked meat and mushrooms and use the mix to...
With summer having officially ended, focus has shifted to the earthy flavors of fall—specifically, mushroom everything! Mushrooms are incredibly versatile, capable of enhancing the flavor of just about any meal while also adding a dose of nutrients like vitamin D, potassium, B-vitamins and antioxidants. Chef Linton Hopkins, restaurateur and "Burger Time" originator, created the following Mushroom Topping recipe. Packing a one-two punch of flavor and nutrition, this delicious topping can be piled on anything from burgers to risotto, chicken, fish, grits and pasta--you won't be able to get enough of it. It can even be served up as a tasty side dish. Roasted Mushroom Topping Ingredients: 8 oz. maitake mushrooms 2 teaspoons olive oil Salt and black pepper 3/4...
September is Organic Harvest Month, a widespread celebration of organic food, agriculture, and the bounty of the organic harvest. To gain some insight into what it means to choose organic, we spoke with Toby Amidor, an RD and nutrition expert who has teamed up with Kashi to spread the word about positive eating. Amidor helped us understand how choosing organic can not only make a difference on our plates, but also promote a more sustainable food system.
Banish the afternoon blues with these simple smoothies. Using frozen fruit gives these drinks a frosty edge. Yoplait® Original flavors appeal to the whole family whether it's a classic strawberry yogurt for the kids or a blackberry pomegranate for a grown ups. Add chia seeds to the mix to get a boost of Omega-3s.
Coffee-mate is a long standing and beloved sidekick to the average cup of joe. Its wide variety of sweet, creamy flavors can spice up a simple coffee in so many different ways. Now, Coffee-mate is bringing new and exciting inspiration to the table with Limited Edition Coffee-mate bottles designed by HGTV star David Bromstad. He's taking over the design of two classic flavors: French Vanilla and Hazelnut and giving them makeovers. These bottles can be found exclusively at Target. We got to chat with David and ask him what inspired him for these delicious designs.
You don't need to turn on the oven to make these quick and easy no-bake yogurt cheesecake sandwiches. Kids will love coming home to a chocolate cherry cheesecake sammie while adults can get their key lime cheesecake fix without the guilt.
High-end ginjo and daiginjo sakes debuted on top NYC restaurant menus about 15 years ago. Since then, cocktail trends have come and gone, but this ancient and beloved Japanese beverage has tripled in popularity among American sippers. On September 18th, the best sakes in the world will come together with 14 of NYC's finest restaurants for an evening of good sake, good food and good friends.
When it's your turn to host book club, you want to spend your time deep in conversation—not holed up in the kitchen. But with just a little planning, it's easy to put together an impressive dinner and still enjoy your evening. To drink? French 75s are as festive as it gets, and great for a party; all you need is lemon, sugar, gin, and lots of bubbly (a high-quality but inexpensive bottle will do the trick). Set out a few bowls of olives and store-bought cheese straws and you've got all the makings of a good cocktail hour. Before your guests arrive, prep a make-ahead salad: find some great tomatoes, perhaps from the farmers' market; slice them...