Blend yellow tomatoes and peppers with olive oil and spices for this simple summer gazpacho. Garnish with nuts, chives, radishes, and grapes for a sophisticated finish.
There are as many variations of this dish as there are arguments on the island of Sicily. This version of aneletti pasta pie combines a hearty meat sauce, peas, and cheese baked under a pizza dough crust.
Blood sausage and spicy chorizo rub shoulders with, chickpeas, spring peas, and watercress in this quick stove-top stew. Serve it as a main course, or a tapas-style starter.
The floral perfume of orange confit, highlighted by its scorched bitter notes, accentuates the rich gamey flavor of duck breast. The hint of sweetness from brown sugar rounds everything out.
Rice pilaf, or plov, is a quintessential Central Asian dish made with lamb, long grain rice, garlic, spices, and root vegetables.
'Bunny chow,' one of South Africa's signature dishes, is a traditional meat curry dish poured over white bread.
Wrap up a summer of grilling and outdoor eating with this peached pork. Serve it with a side of potatoes or a green salad.
Matambre, an Argentine-style stuffed beef roast, brings back memories of university mates, vacations abroad, and the tantalizing prospect of uncovering family mysteries. Serve with a simple chimichurri sauce.
A familiar comfort dish in a new place to call home.
Recreating this Icelandic dish is relatively simple. Blend basil, olive oil, salt, and pine nuts into a puree to season the fish. Mash cauliflower florets with potatoes for a unique side dish.
Scapes are the tendrils that sprout from garlic bulbs. They also add a tasty crunch to savory dishes.
One of the most well-loved tapas throughout Spain is pincho moruno, or Moorish kebab.
A culinary highlight was 'mamposteao,' a simple rice and bean side dish.
Fava beans are in full swing right now making it the perfect time for this fresh spring appetizer.
Fat Tuesday, or Shrove Tuesday, is celebrated in Britain with pancakes.