Cold Sesame Noodles Our version of the traditional Sichuan dish combines egg noodles with a spicy Thai peanut sauce. Like the original, the sauce should be fiery and not cloying. And because toasted sesame paste isn't the easiest ingredient to find, the spicy Thai peanut sauce does the egg noodles
Argentinian Chimichurri There's dozens of stories as to how the word Chimichurri evolved. Our favorite version claims the word is a bad pronunciation of 'Jimmy's Curry'. Jimmy was an Englishman who apparently joined the fight for Argentina's independence and made a mean condiment with garlic and chives. So now you're set for your
Thai Meatballs Pork meatballs, wrapped in a beggar's purse over a bed of peanut sauce and broccoli slaw. When using Chinese wonton wraps, egg wash all sides quickly as wontons tend to dry out after a few minutes making it difficult to seal properly. Place meatball in center and fold two
Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce and Pickled Cucumber This Chicken Satay recipe is quick, easy and very versatile. When I started experimenting with the recipe, I felt that the lemon zest helped brighten the peanut sauce. You can use different types of fruit, too. Lemon, limes and even oranges would work well.
Lemongrass Pound Cake with Thai Coffee Caramel There's nothing quite like a warm slice of buttery-rich pound cake fresh from the oven. There's something even more delectable about the sweet stream of butter that percolates and settles across the top of the cake. And while pound cake is a classic
Ciaffagnoni - Italian Crepes with Chamomile Lemon Jelly and Pecorino Cheese This is an easy crepe recipe, with an even easier to make batter. What makes the dish, though, is the Pecorino and Chamomile Lemon Jelly. The Chamomile Lemon Jelly took sometime to perfect, but after trial and error I