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It’s unclear whether this was the favorite meal of Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington and namesake of the dish, but one thing is for certain: Gordon Ramsay’s iconic Be...

Sep 20, 2018

Gordon Ramsay Beef Wellington

Avocado is a fruit indigenous to North America but currently grows all around the world in Mediterranean and tropical climates. Known scientifically as Persea americana, avocado...

Sep 13, 2018

Cooking Avocado

Kale is a leafy green, which is actually a variety of cabbage. Kale originally grew around the Mediterranean region, with evidence of cultivation dating back to around 2000 BCE....

Sep 13, 2018

Cooking Kale

Sous vide (pronounced soo veed) is a cooking technique that requires placing raw ingredients in a vacuum-sealed bag and immersing the bag in a heated, circulating water bath. So...

Sep 13, 2018

Cooking Sous Vide

Spinach, known scientifically as spinacia oleracea is a green, leafy vegetable commonly eaten around the world. Spinach origins can be traced to central and western Asia, around...

Sep 12, 2018

Spinach Superfood

Pot roast is the ultimate way to feed a crowd. Simply add all the ingredients to a slow cooker or Crock Pot and you’ll have dinner ready when you get home from work.

Sep 12, 2018

Pot Roast

Pork chops are one of the easiest proteins to prepare for a simple weeknight meal. The chop is cut from the spine of the pig and contains part of the rib meat and often the bone...

Sep 11, 2018

gordons-kitchen

A steaming, fluffy pile of perfect basmati rice stirs the imagination and conjures far away places. Basmati is an integral part of Indian cuisine; the word “basmati” literally m...

Sep 11, 2018

basmati-rice

Pepitas, or pepitas de calabaza, are tiny green pumpkin seeds whose Spanish name means, quite literally, “little seed of squash.” Their origins date back five thousand years to ...

Sep 11, 2018

peptias