grape seed oil

skillet breakfast potatoes with herbs and pancetta
AmericanBreakfast

Breakfast Potatoes with Crispy Pancetta and Herbs

One of the main reasons Eddie and I started Wanderspice is to share recipes that we make for our kids to expose them to spices and herbs and all their wonderful combinations. And we sometimes go with very simple, easy recipes that don't overwhelm them but are tasty, filling and
Roasted Brown Sugar Carrots
AppetizerHolidaysSide Dishes

Roasted Brown Sugar Carrots [Spice Glaze]

 Roasted Brown Sugar Carrots When most people think of Autumn, Pumpkin Spice comes to mind. But for me, it's all about spiced brown sugar... on everything. And a bunch of gorgeous rainbow carrots is divine for a good drenching of a brown sugar spiked with cumin, coriander, and tarragon. Our Roasted Brown
easy corn salsa
BajaCondiments

Easy Sweet Corn Salsa [10 Minutes]

 Corn Salsa Mexican dishes, for the most part, are pretty rustic, but some require a lot of work to prepare. It's not just about throwing all the ingredients in a pot and walking away. There are peppers to roast and grind, sauces to nurse and bring to life, tortillas to
Baja Fish Tacos with cumin lime dressing and radishes
BajaLunchMexico

Baja Fish Tacos with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette

Baja Fish Tacos Have you ever had fried fish that looks crispy, but the second you take a bite, you realize you've gotten a bit of a soggy mess on your hands. Too much oil, not crispy enough, undercooked or overcooked fish can make what is a straightforward dish go
shrimp tacos with lime
AppetizerBajaMexico

Baja Shrimp Tacos with Sweet Corn Salsa

Shrimp Tacos The first shrimp tacos Katherine and I ate after we landed in La Paz, Baja Mexico were out of this small, outdoor restaurant across the street from the Sea of Cortez. The sun was minutes from setting, and the street was coming alive with vendors and families and
How to Make Caramelized Onions
How-to

How to Make Caramelized Onions [Five Easy Steps]

How to Make Caramelized Onions When learning how to make caramelized onions there are two things you should always do: Always use a very sharp knife and or Japanese mandolin. Take your time and constantly stir your onions as they cook.   First, cut half an inch of both ends