This sophisticated take on turkey comes together will very little prep, and will wow your guests!
This warmly-spiced and creamy Iraqi soup makes for great comfort food on a cold day.
Exquisite Indian spices flavor these delicious kabobs, which you can grill or cook on the stove-top.
This marinade has a lot of ingredients, but is worth the time it takes to puree them all together. The result is ethereal, complex, delightful!
I bring this intensely gingery cake from Smittenkitchen.com to Thanksgiving every year, and every year my mom gets sad because it looks so much like chocolate cake. I add baked apples (below) or homemade cranberry sauce on top so you can fully appreciate the gingery taste without constantly being confused that you’re not eating chocolate….
This flavorful stirfry gets depth from cinnamon, nutmeg, sweetness from the squash and apples, and richness from lean and flavorful beef. A dash of apple cider vinegar brings it all together!
These quick and easy turkey burgers are chock-full of flavor when served with scallions, cilantro and rice wine vinegar!
Dress up your meat broths with a little ginger and soy, add noodles and thinly-sliced steak, and enjoy a satisfying and incredibly simple soup.
While this is possibly one of the most fattening ways to eat chicken breasts, it is also a delicious special treat.
Try this delicious Malaysian marinade of lemongrass, coconut milk, garlic, ginger and peppers on other cuts of chicken as well.
Coconut milk, ginger, garlic and chiles provided a mellow heat and deep flavor, and the cubes of beef fat in between the pieces of meat baste the kabobs and keep them tender.