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Curried Chicken in Radicchio Cups

When making hors d’oeuvres, chefs will sometimes use good-quality store-bought products for quick flavor. I love to spice things up with ...

by Joey Altman


Chinese Chicken Salad

There aren’t many salads on a Chinese restaurant menu, but this one, that many do make, rocks! It’s refreshing and zingy at the same time...

by Joey Altman

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Perfect Carbonara

There’s a reason certain dishes never go out of style. This classic Italian pasta is so rich and flavorful, it’s worth the occasional ind...

by Joey Altman


Thai Grilled Prawns with Emerald Noodles

This dish is awesome for grilling and serving in the backyard with friends. The marinade’s bright and spicy flavors contrast perfectly w...

by Joey Altman

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Emerald Sauce

This Asian-inspired pesto is just the kind of back-pocket sauce a chef loves to have on hand to perk up a variety of dishes. I toss it wi...

by Joey Altman

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Miso-Marinated Black Cod with Sesame Spinach

This Japanese method for preparing fish has been around for a long time, but it became trendy after superstar chef Nobu Matsuhisa made it...

by Joey Altman


Sesame Spinach

This is my version of the sushi bar favorite Goma-ae. The secret is to infuse aromatics into the spinach as it cooks, then squeeze all t...

by Joey Altman


Pimentón Chicken with Piquillo Pepper Sauce

This recipe is a great example of bistro cooking, Spanish style. Chefs don’t always work with the rarest, most expensive foods. They are ...

by Joey Altman


Dry-Aged Steaks with Smashed Yukon Potatoes and Butt...

A good chef knows that less can be more. Treating a good ingredient simply is sometimes the key to unlocking great flavor. Here, I showca...

by Joey Altman

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Balsamic-Roasted Mushrooms

Chefs know that roasting vegetables is a great way to concentrate their flavors. Tomatoes, small onions, and mushrooms are roasting favo...

by Joey Altman


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