Pim Techamuanvivit, the blogger behind Chez Pim, is known sharing her authentic Thai recipes, and this is one of them: this shrimp stir-fry uses pantry staples like curry powder and fish sauce for a quick dinner.
Nothing hits that sweet spot of satisfying and simple better than than a juicy steak with grilled seasonal vegetables and a crisp salad. Whether you're in the mood to grill up a skirt steak with fiery chiles, or to pan-sear a porterhouse with herbs and butter, these 12 recipes are perfect for Father's Day weekend — and all summer long.
Let vegetables steal the show with these scrumptious, seasonal, and meat-free Thanksgiving dishes, from hearty sides like soy braised kabocha squash ora sweet potato and kale gratin, to savory main courses like spiced vegetable patties or a multilayered eggplant and goat cheese terrine.
Almost impossibly expensive and difficult to re-create, the title meal in Babette's Feast was a grand gesture of gratitude. Molly O'Neill, writing for the New York Times, simplified the movie's main dish so that a home cook could relish the experience.
Inspired by the movie Big Night, Proud Italian Cook decided to make this famous dish herself. The rich and filling dish may consist of 10 to 20 layers, and some Southern Italian towns hold competitions to decide which cook makes the best one. As it was in the movie, the dish is the star of any meal.
Julie & Julia is the most-talked-about food movie in recent times, and at its center is Julia Child's classic boeuf à la bourguignonne. Although the Julie Powell blog, on which the movie was based, has long been taken down, other savvy food bloggers have taken hold of the dish and transformed it. Here is the Savory Shutter's Julia Child experience.
The movie Like Water for Chocolate has been called "seductively delicious." While it may not make you jump enraptured from the dinner table into the arms of an awaiting bandit, this movie-inspired recipe for veal chops with rose petal plum sauce from Eddybles will certainly leave you smiling with delight.