On the latest edition of our Global Kitchen series with our friends at KitchenAid, we're sharing one of our favorite ways to make baked eggs, Shakshuka. This classic Middle Eastern dish is made by cooking eggs in a spicy tomato sauce and serving it with plenty of yogurt, toasted pita, and the oh-so spicy condiment, zhug.
One of our favorite things to do around here? Travel and bring the flavors of our travels back home. That's why we're launching a new series with our friends at KitchenAid called the Global Kitchen starting with our recipe for Thai-style Larb.
Thailand has long been on my bucket list so I was beyond excited for my recent trip. It was a total whirlwind—going from Bangkok to Isaan and south to Phuket in just ten days. And in those ten days I learned just as many things:
Emily Olson co-founded Din so those of us who love food could recreate our favorite restaurant dishes at home. On a weekly basis, she is heads into the kitchen with the chefs behind those restaurants to recipe test so she has her finger on the pulse on up-and-coming food trends.
We’re always fans of any and every reason for a celebration, but here we are: in that shoulder season between the holidays when there’s not a ton to celebrate. Of course, we’re not going to let that stop us so we say gather your friends and just celebrate celebrations. For the occasion, we’re teaming up with Hangar 1® Vodka to help kickoff Vodka Picking Season and to share our favorite brunch cocktail of the moment.
With winter in full swing, Southern California remains one of the best (literal) hot spots. We’re taking a closer look at some of our favorite two-day getaways.And you don’t have to pack a passport to enjoy luxe accommodations, scenic spas and world-class dining. So, prep your bags for a holiday jaunt on the Golden Coast this season and stay warm where the sun is always shining.
Travel long enough and you find them: the Journeymakers and I’m working with American Express to celebrate them. When I first heard of Journeymakers, I couldn’t help but think about Shashi from my trip to Udaipur, India. If a picture’s worth 1,000 words and my India trip resulted in almost that many photos, I figure I’ve got about a million or so words to write.