Eating oysters can be intimidating – and shucking them can be even scarier! But once you get the hang of it, it’s fun and you feel accomplished. Learn all about the various types of oysters, how to shuck them and how to throw an oyster party of your own.
These enchiladas are stuffed with a combination of shredded poached chicken, sweet corn and Monterey Jack cheese, and then smothered with a homemade verde sauce made with tomatillos and other peppers creating a flavorful, tangy topping with just a hint of spice.
This salad combinessome of my favorite ingredients into one dish: slicedheirloom tomato - a fresh and vibrant summer staple - blends well with salty prosciutto, creamy burrata and crusty grilled bread. Get ready to put this garlic-basil oil on absolutely everything!
Cioppino is a seafood stew that originated in San Francisco, specifically from the immigrant workers at the docks known as Fisherman’s Wharfand contains a variety of seafood cooked in a tomato and white wine based broth.