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  • Life hack: Think salmon's boring? This stuff actually makes it exciting

    Life hack: Think salmon's boring? This stuff actually makes it exciting
    Tamarind, a fruit pod native to Asia and northern Africa, is a perfect ingredient when you want to add zing to a dish. Like this recipe for salmon skewers with tamarind sauce, adapted from a recipe by chef Marcus Samuelsson. The flavor is magical, but...
  • 3 dinner recipes you can make in 15 minutes

    3 dinner recipes you can make in 15 minutes
    Dinner in about 15 minutes? You bet. Because we all have those days when we're short on either time or the energy it takes to spend a lot of time making dinner.  But just think how long you usually spend waiting in line at In-N-Out. Fifteen minutes is...
  • Turkey, Chicken Or Veal Cutlets Make This Saltimbocca

    Turkey, Chicken Or Veal Cutlets Make This Saltimbocca
    A classic Roman entrée, Saltimbocca has an unusual name. The word translates as "to jump in the mouth," and indeed, the many flavors just pop. The dish is prepared with thinly pounded veal, but some cooks substitute chicken breast. The traditional...
  • 7 great salmon recipes in an hour or less

    7 great salmon recipes in an hour or less
    With Copper River salmon in season for the next few weeks, it's a great time to celebrate the fish — known for its firm red, Omega 3 oil-loaded flesh and rich, almost nutty flavor. Named for the 300-hundred-mile-long river in Alaska that's home to...
  • You asked for it: Perricone's flexing its Mussels

    You asked for it: Perricone's flexing its Mussels
    Q: I had dinner at Perricone's in Miami. I had never been there before, and it was a fabulous experience. The ambience was great, the food was fabulous and the service was perfect. There were five of us, and we shared an appetizer of Mussels. They were so...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Got asparagus? Toss it with risotto

    Sure, spears of asparagus are great as a side hot off the grill, roasted or broiled I really never tire of it. But asparagus cut into pieces also is a great addition to leafy green or pasta salads, rice salads or stirred into stir-fries. Today's recipe...
  • Healthful recipe: Tofu Vindaloo

    Annie and Dan Shannon, Brooklynites who blog at meettheshannons.com, write in their new cookbook, "Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking," that they cooked up this recipe when they lived in Virginia and couldn't get good Indian and vegan takeout. "We haven't...
  • Let's eat: Baked eggs with Spinach, Yogurt and Sumac

    Eggs are a cheap and easy source of protein, but you can get tired of the same old way of preparing them, i.e. scrambling and frying. These easy baked eggs (also called shirred eggs) are an elegant alternative. Prepared in individual ramekins on a bed of...
  • Time for the berry best

    Now is the best time of the year. It's strawberry time. So juicy. So sweet. So delicious. So soft-tender on your tongue. No sensation in the world can compare to eating a plump, sun-warmed strawberry straight off the vine. It is all that is good about...
  • Cook's Corner: Vodka whipped cream gives Eton Mess a kick

    We're still looking for reader takes on "summer in a bowl" email, write or tweet (@MiamiHeraldFood) with your recipes. Some inspirations: Miami's Le Basque catering is known for its exquisitely styled food served to the posh and pampered, a who's-who...
  • In praise of family recipes

    Her name was Catherine, although her friends called her Cac. Being married to the town physician meant that by matrimonial proximity, anyway she enjoyed semifamous status in their small Mississippi River community. That's because pretty much everyone...