These pancakes are similar to crepes and are easy to customize. Try filling with fruits and topping with whipped cream, powdered sugar, or chocolate.
A cemita roll looks like brioche and comes from the Mexican state of Pueblo. Kaiser rolls or hamburger buns will work just as well for this recipe.
Try these with salsa, guacamole, and sour cream, or chili-lime dressing and cheese.
While the authentic version of this recipe uses red snapper, you can use any kind of firm white fish, such as cod, sea bass, grouper, or halibut. You could even try shrimp! To reduce the amount of fat try substituting light coconut milk.
A make-ahead crushed fruit and ice dessert from the island of Sicily, no fancy ice cream maker necessary! You can make this with just pineapple, too.
This snack makes a great appetizer, or a wonderful holiday gift in decorated glass jars.
This salad isn’t only a beautiful composition of multi-colored vegetables, but has a delightful crunch from bright-red pomegranate seeds and toasted hazelnuts. Perfect for the fall or winter table, it packs a boost of vitamins we all crave this time of year. The recipe was taught in a City Market class on inspired vegetarian cooking, with Jessica Bongard of Sweet Lime Cooking Studio.