If you can’t find opah, you can substitute cod loin or haddock fillet. Furikake is a Japanese dried seasoning that typically consists of dried fish and seaweed, sesame seeds, sugar, and salt. It can be found in most Asian grocery stores.
And an oil mister comes in handy because it releases less oil than a can of cooking spray does. Whichever you use, mist only as necessary to prevent the dough from sticking or drying out; too much will make the pretzels greasy.
This sandwich (aka the Johnny Apple Cheese) features crisp, thinly sliced apples as well as a tangy-sweet apple spread (based on store-bought apple butter) that perfectly complements the pastrami and cheese.
Mojo (pronounced MOE-hoe) is a Caribbean and Latin-American garlic, chile, and fruit sauce that pairs well with meat, poultry, and seafood. Here, it’s made with tangerine and lime, so it’s both sweet and tart. If habaneros are scarce, try a Scotch bonnet, jalapeño, or serrano chile instead.
While chicken breasts are fine cuts, and always popular, there are a few other cuts from the poulty aisle worth buying and exploring. The rich, dark meat of boneless, skinless chicken thighs stands up well to intense flavors like the cumin, red pepper, and lime in this quick and easy dish.
When you don't want to fuss with a pie, this free-form tart baked on a cookie sheet is the perfect solution. Use it to show off local apples or whatever fruit is in season; to create your own customized fruit tart, use the