NYT Cooking: Here is a simple, excellent one-pot recipe for a midweek feast, full of rich flavor, with a sauce that you won't want to waste. It came to The Times via the Twitter account of Andrew Zimmern, who eats bugs on television as the host of “Bizarre Foods” on the Travel Channel but lives a sedate life back home in Minnesota when he’s not working, which is not often. His wife, Rishia Zimmern, adapted it from Martha Stewart, and he put it on the social network: “Brown 8 thighs, 3 C…
Andrew Zimmern's Corned Beef with Bourbon-Molasses Glaze | Get into the spirit of St. Paddy’s Day with Andrew Zimmern’s crazy-easy version of corned beef with a sticky bourbon-molasses glaze. (If you want to cure the meat for this recipe yourself, we've got instructions for that, too! Another easy project if you have the time—about a week—and room in your fridge.) The results are out of this world.
A popular Japanese dish, tataki refers to beef or fish that is quickly seared over high heat, leaving the center very rare. It’s thinly sliced and served with a citrus- and ginger-infused vinegar soy sauce.
Andrew Zimmern's Kielbasa Split Pea Soup | World traveler Andrew Zimmern calls this thick and hearty split pea soup "Grandma Zimmern’s Pot of Love," reminding us that no matter where our journeys take us, there's nothing quite like home cooking. Chef Zimmern likes to use a combo of three smoked sausages, but feel free to go full-on kielbasa to make this soul-satisfying meal in a bowl.