James Syhabout’s irresistible mash-up of Caesar salad and popcorn is just one of the addictive snacks he serves at his Oakland restaurant, The Dock.
2. Michael Tusk’s English Pea Risotto
To make this super springy risotto, Michael Tusk of Quince and Cotogna uses every part of the pea — the pods go into a light pea stalk, the blanched peas become a brilliant green puree, and the flowers and shoots become a lovely garnish.
3. Easy Caramel Sauce
Join Chef Matt Gandin and discover how to make caramel with one, simple ingredient you probably already have laying around your house. Top your vanilla bean ice cream or green apples with this succulent sauce.
4. Easy 5-Ingredient Vinaigrette
Take your salad to the next level with this simple but delicious vinaigrette technique from award winning Chef, Craig Stoll.
5. Melissa Perello's Kale Salad With Fennel, Celery & Feta
In Melissa Perello’s hands, a simple kale salad is anything but boring.
6. Delfina's Spaghetti Pomodoro
Sixteen years after opening Delfina, the restaurant’s signature spaghetti remains on the menu, a simple dish with a cult following.
7. Tom McNaughton's Homemade Ricotta
There is no simpler cheese to make at home than ricotta, which takes all of 10 minutes and is legions better than store-bought.
8. Slow Cooking 101: Asian-Inspired Chicken
Made with just 5 simple ingredients this moist and savory rotisserie chicken will be a hit with the entire family.
9. Duck Confit
Duck Confit is a very popular french dish, developed during a time when preserving meat was a seasonal necessity. The word “Confit” is derivative of the French verb confire, “to preserve.” To confit, is to slow cook meat it in it’s own fat, leaving you with EXTREMELY tender meat. Take a chance and give it a try!
10. Caramel, Parmesan-Rosemary, & Brown Butter Popcorn
Order in and make it a Netflix movie night with these fun and easy popcorn recipes. Byron Talbott gives us his modern twist on how to eat popcorn. Enjoy!