Ceviche, a specialty seafood dish popular in Peru and many other Latin American countries, might seem like an intimidating dish to make at home, as if it’s something to order only when dining out. But in fact, the making ceviche is quite simple—and you can get creative with the types of fish and seasonings you
i Red sauce, fried calamari, meatballs, prosciutto, and mozzarella….do you ever crave old school Italian food? As much as I love modern cuisine, sometimes I just want to nibble on fried calamari and dip my fork into a bowl of satisfying pasta with bolognese sauce. If you want to dine out on classic Italian cuisine,
The host greeted us immediately, which is always a good sign, then whisked us over to a lovely booth in Benares’ modern, fanciful dining room with its curved lines and swirly furniture. While the lounge atmosphere is befitting for a party, what you will experience is more intimate. Everyone I encountered was warm and welcoming.
Dinnertime during the summer can be a daunting task. What to eat and what to make that doesn’t require turning on the oven for long durations? It’s a conundrum we all face from time to time during these sultry summer nights. Enter the poke bowl. It’s a fresh meal of all raw ingredients—and it’s oh-so-satisfying.
Enjoy a spiced up lobster roll for dinner What you’ll need at a glance a 1 1/4 pound lobster. If you don’t want to cook it yourself, many fishmongers are happy to prepare it for you Pimenton, which is a spicy Spanish paprika tomato jam (available at most markets) fennel There’s nothing like a classic