• Nothing beats a chilly day like a bowl of chili. This chicken white bean chili starts with roasted peppers, onions and chicken, then is packed with spices, beans and kale for a hearty and healthy dinner.
    15 min, plus slow cook

  • A meatball is a meatball, right? Not at all. These little lovelies are made with ground lamb spiced with cumin and paprika, browned then simmered in a tomato sauce. Finally, you crack some eggs on top and bake them. Served with crusty bread, this North African dish might become a family favorite.
    45 min

  • You know how sometimes you order something fancy at a restaurant and the expensive ingredient is the size of your thumb? That is not the case with this bisque. This is really like an entrée soup — shrimp, surrounded by a creamy smooth shrimp-infused tomato soup puréed with fennel and seasoning.
    45 min

  • Don’t let this salad’s health-nut appearance fool you. This is a salad that is so good that versions of it have been published by NYTimes Cooking, Food and Wine Magazine, and leaves patrons awe-struck in the world reknowned restaurants of Jean-George.
    1 hour

  • Adapted from tagine-style cooking, our stovetop version of this Moroccan dinner is full flavored. Eggs gently poach in a spicy tomato sauce with onion, cumin, paprika, served with crusty bread.
    40 min

  • This is you've-never-been-so-happy-eating-a-bowl-of-vegetables good. Green pepper, Chinese broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and green onions go for a quick stir fry, then coated in a yummy peppery sauce and served with rice.
    30 min