Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Beef Shiitake and Snow Pea Stir Fry by kae71463 (Flickr)

15 Minute Meals: Stir-fried Beef with Snow Peas and Shiitake Mushrooms

The following recipe for stir-fried beef with snow peas and shiitake mushrooms is delicious, and it only takes fifteen minutes to prepare.  If you’re hungry and you want something tasty ASAP, then this recipe is a great choice.  The steps recipe is really simple: Ingredients: 1 tbsp of minced garlic1

Greek Citrus Chicken

Great and Gluten-Free: Greek Citrus Chicken

Just because you can’t have gluten doesn’t mean your dinner has to be bland and boring.  The following recipe is one of my favorite gluten-free dinner recipes for getting the very best in flavors out of a healthy, gluten-free diet.  If you thought a gluten-free diet was going to be

Crispy Chicken by Phuketphotographernet

Great and Gluten-Free: Chinese Crispy Tea-Smoked Chicken

Chinese Crispy Tea-Smoked Chicken This one is a nuance on an old classic dish.  Crispy chicken (like the one in the photo above by is so addictive, you may find it difficult to stop making this recipe. If you like crispy Peking duck, then you’re going to love this

Banana Pomegranate Bread

Banana Pomegranate Bread

If you’re looking for a tinge of the exotic in a great-tasting classic dessert dish, look no further.  The following for banana pomegranate bread is always a smashing success (so yummy!).  Plus the pomegranate arils (photo above by Amelia Crook) are high in vitamin C, potassium, and fiber, so you

Mutabbaq by AhmadElq

Exotic Flare: Easy and Delicious Mutabbaq

“Mutabbaq”, or “Murtabak” (which means “folded” in Arabic because it is a feast of stuffed bread folded around meat), is believed by many to have originated with Indians living in Yemen.  The Republic of Yemen had a sizable Indian population at the time and the recipe is believed to have

Reshmi Kebab by Biswarup Ganguly

How to Make Reshmi (Silken) Kebabs

If you want to treat yourself to a sensational, exotic feast, then this recipe for reshmi chicken kebabs is for you.  With a name that roughly translates to “silken kebab” given the tenderness of the meat following extensive marination and limited braising, the reshmi kebab (photo by Biswarup Ganguly) is