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Appetizers

  • Recipe

    Lime Leaf Pico de Gallo

    Lime leaves have a strong citrus flavor, so a little goes a long way. Serve with an assortment of favorite chips like tortilla, taro, plantain, and potato.

  • Recipe

    Spicy Shrimp Crêpe Purses

    Serve the purses as an appetizer, or serve in a folded crêpe with a salad for lunch or a light supper.

  • Recipe

    Charred Octopus

    Tender and ever-so-slightly smoky, with a hint of the sea , charred octopus makes a  great starter and a delicious addition to pasta and risotto. The octopus needs to braise for 2…

  • Recipe

    Garlic and Chile Seared Shrimp

    Put out a plate of sizzling shrimp, and just watch the crowd gather. Curry leaves—no relation to the powder—add a subtle lemon-meets-onion flavor. If you must, you can omit them…

  • Moveable Feast

    Thai-Style Deviled Eggs with Crab and Crispy Shallots

    This nontraditional take on deviled eggs balances the richness of the egg yolks and crabmeat with the flavors of ginger, chile, and lime.

  • Recipe

    Salmon Lox with Onion Jam and Avocado

    A traditional beet cure (also called gravlax) gives the salmon a beautiful jewel-toned gradation of color that adds a real wow factor when serving.

  • Recipe

    Salmon Poke

    This Hawaiian raw fish salad is traditionally made with tuna. Make sure to get a center-cut portion of fish so that the salmon pieces will be evenly sized. You will…

  • Recipe

    Avocado Tartine with Sweet Onions and Roasted Red Peppers

    With its colorful layers, this open-face sandwich is almost too pretty to eat. Don’t let that stop you, though; grab a knife and fork (it’s a little messy to pick…

  • Moveable Feast

    Lardo-Wrapped Radishes with Bagna Cauda

    Bagna cauda is a warm sauce made with anchovies, garlic, and olive oil. It’s the perfect accompaniment for the fresh, crunchy radishes and lardo.

  • Recipe

    Chicken Chili Nachos

    These are made with ground chicken, but you can also use shredded cooked chicken (from a rotisserie chicken, for instance). If doing the latter, add 2 cups shredded chicken to…