Happy Hour Chicken Nuggets

Happy Hour Chicken Nuggets | When I was kid in North Andover, Massachusetts, I used to eat chicken nuggets everyday for breakfast. And I mean everyday. It was the true breakfast of champions. Or it was just plain weird and I have no idea why my parents let me do it. I used to go through one of those giant frozen bags and a bottle of BBQ sauce by sunset, only to rise again the next day to depopulate the chicken world. I’ve since changed my breakfast menu (in case you were wondering), but that doesn’t mean I still don’t get nostalgic about my nuggets. And when I do, we go all out in my kitchen. 

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Greek Bailout Dinner

Greek Bailout Dinner | Oh Greece. You won’t get this meal coming out of your ATM either, but at least it’s easy on your wallet and takes as little effort as possible in the kitchen. It’s your perfect “bailout” dinner.

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Hoisin Roast Chicken

Hoisin Roast Chicken | Hoisin. The BBQ sauce of the Orient. We figured if a bagillion people like it in the far east, then we should probably give it a try. And the verdict was, drum roll please…it’s darn good. Different. A little sweet for us. But good. The ingredients vary from version to version,…

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Short Rib Meatball Madness

Short Rib Meatball Madness | I’m a grown man who has watched the movie Sunny with a Chance of Meatballs way too many times. It’s embarrassing. For those of you who don’t know, it’s an animated kid’s movie about food falling from the sky. Let’s just chalk up my movie preference to the fact that I just really really like real-life meatballs. And that’s because they are made with this recipe! 

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Baja Bourguignon Chicken Roll

Baja Bourguignon Chicken Roll | We don’t usually roll-up food, but when we do, we make this Baja Bourguignon Chicken Roll. We combine baja Mexican ingredients and then turn on our French bourguignon flavor jets to make this taste-bud torpedo.

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Carnival Pork + Coconut Gravy

Carnival Pork + Coconut Gravy | Pork and Gravy – two things very close to my heart. They’ve each had starring roles in their own recipes, but not until this moment have we combined them to make one powerhouse plate of food.

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Reuben Taquitos + Thousand Island Salsa

Reuben Taquitos + Thousand Island Salsa | We’re not peasants anymore, so 86 the rye bread. Sauerkraut is the definition of an “acquired taste,” so that’s out too. So we made a reuben with ingredients everyone will actually enjoy. And we brought it home to the states and dubbed it a taquito. Fusion at its…

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4 Square Steak + Sumac Lemon

4 Square Steak + Sumac Lemon | It’s time to play with our food. And this time we’re talking about our steak! Here we cube our perfectly grilled N.Y. Strip, then pair it with piles of creamy orzo, and slather on a luscious béchamel sauce. Play ball! 4 Square Steak + Sumac Lemon   Print…

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Lamb Chop Chop

Lamb Chop Chop | Why do so many people shy away from lamb? If you just give it enough flavor and respect, you’ll be rewarded with a melt in your mouth piece of meat that is so unique, you’d think it’s been extinct for the past millennium. So don’t be shy. In this dish, we spice…

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