Honey Garlic Shrimp – Food Wishes 5 (1)

From Food Wishes. These Honey Garlic Shrimp are very easy, incredibly delicious, relatively nutritious, absolutely beautiful, and fast to make. They’re perfect over rice, stuffed in a roll, or stirred into noodles. Other than that, there’s really not that much to like about them. Enjoy! For the fully formatted, printable, written recipe, follow this link:…

The Best Brownies – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. Everyone who posts a brownie recipe online claims that theirs is the best, and in keeping with that time honored traditional, I will do the same. These really are the best brownies. And I’m sure you’ll agree when you make them, just as long as we’re talking about fudgy brownies. If you…

Blue Cheese Popovers – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. Popovers are one of those “too good to be true” recipes. Simple to prep, virtually foolproof to make, and few things coming out of your oven are as visually impressive than a pan of fully puffed popovers. They are also inexpensive to make, and adaptable, so it’s no wonder why I consider…

Easy Beef Wellington – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. Classic beef wellington is a real showstopper, but also virtually impossible for the home chef (or professional chef) to pull off perfectly. Under or overcooked meat, and soggy pastry are just a few of the problems. But, with this easy to make, individual version, we’re able to much more effectively execute all…

Hot Buttered Rum – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. You can do a lot of great things with rum. Make rum balls, soak a chocolate cake, pour it into a glass of cola, and of course, entertain pirates, but maybe my favorite thing to do with rum, especially around the holidays, would be to butter it. Enjoy! For the fully formatted,…

Gingerbread Biscotti – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. Every year around this time, I think about doing a gingerbread house video. I think about all the hours of prep, assembly, and final decorations; and after I think about all that for a few minutes, I quickly dismiss the idea, and move on to some other holiday-themed recipe, like these incredible…

Korean Street Toast – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. When it comes to my relationship to Korean Street Toast, it was love at first sight. I don’t remember if the request I saw was in a tweet, or a video comment, but as soon as I read the words “Korean Street Toast,” I knew we were going to be together forever.…

Classic Green Beans Au Gratin – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. It’s always tricky posting Thanksgiving side dish recipes, since most families tend to gravitate toward the familiar and comforting, verses the new and interesting. This is especially true for a side dish like green bean casserole, which is why I decided to post this. It’s familiar, comforting, new, and interesting, so we…

Red Curry Chicken & Pumpkin Soup – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. We are right in the middle of soup season, and when the weather turns cold, and the days grow short, there’s nothing better than a big bowl of this comforting red curry chicken and pumpkin soup, and its proven ability to chase away the winter blues. Enjoy! For the fully formatted, printable,…

Tiger Bread (Dutch Crunch Rolls) – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. These soft-on-the-inside, crunchy-on-the-outside buns make any sandwich better, which is why I was shocked and amazed to learn that these beauties are virtually unknown outside San Francisco. So, if you want your next turkey and Swiss on a Dutch Crunch Roll, you’ll have to make them yourselves, which is both fun and…

Beef Birria – Mexican Stewed Beef 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. Not only is this one of the best beef stews ever, but after we enjoy it in this form, we’re going to do a follow-up recipe video using the leftovers to make some of the most incredible tacos you’ve ever had. So enjoy this, and stay tuned for that! For the fully…

Chef John’s Rocky Road – Food Wishes 0 (0)

From Food Wishes. I always thought Rocky Road candy was named after the ice cream, but that’s not the case. Apparently, it appeared in Australia back in the late 1850’s, and that’s what inspired the ice cream. There’s a lot of controversy as to who was responsible for this candy-to-frozen-dessert conversion, but there’s no debating…