Chef Adrianne Calvo’s “Grilled” Cajun Shrimp Boil + Lemon Aioli

Miami Chef Adrianne Calvo kicks off Grilling Season by giving a Cajun classic, a global makeover! Miami based Chef Adrianne Calvo, author of #Maximum Flavor Social, shares a recipe inspired by a recent culinary discovery, just in time for grilling season. In a recent visit to the South, Calvo enjoyed her first crawfish boil, a Louisiana staple bursting with spicy flavors. A classic crawfish boil … Continue reading Chef Adrianne Calvo’s “Grilled” Cajun Shrimp Boil + Lemon Aioli

Simple Blueberry Pie

Each year as spring teases us with sprinklings of warm summer-like weather, we pull up the cook-out recipes. Planning neighborhood backyard barbecues, romantic picnics and weekend camping trips become reality, and we can’t wait to dive into outdoor foods. Farmers markets and road side stands are beginning put out their wares, and we again have access to fresher fare than shopping at the local grocer. … Continue reading Simple Blueberry Pie

Talk to Food Network with Google Assistant

Food Network makes the most of the Google Assistance’s new features. Thinking out loud about what you want to eat just became a lot more efficient when you’re on the go. Following the successful launch of Food Network’s action for the Google Assistant on Google Home devices, Scripps Lifestyle Studios is continuing to evolve Food Network’s experience to provide even better recipe inspiration thanks to … Continue reading Talk to Food Network with Google Assistant

Punting For Dinner by Ginger Johnson

Hmmm….what to eat for dinner? Whenever I find myself with that question rolling around in my grey matter, I invariably take stock of, well, my kitchen stocks. What’s in the fridge that needs to be eaten? What’s in the larder to support the fresh goods? What looks appetizing? Who am I feeding? All those, and sometimes a few more, tend to get my cooking juices … Continue reading Punting For Dinner by Ginger Johnson

A must for every kitchen; Jamie Geller’s Joy of Kosher

Cookbooks have evolved over the years and definitely for the better.  Our mothers and grandmothers purchased impersonal cookbooks filled with delightful recipes, some with photographs, some without. Today we have a delicious glimpse in to the culinary authors world that gives us a sense of connection.  The days of the generic cookbook are long past.   Jamie Geller’s Joy of Kosher gives us more than … Continue reading A must for every kitchen; Jamie Geller’s Joy of Kosher