Aloo tikki are crisply fried potato patties–they make a great snack, appetizer or side dish, especially on cool-weather days. The aloo tikki sizzle in the pan just long enough to form a golden crust, keeping the potato on the inside tender . The recipe is below. The recipe requires that you start with already boiled [...]
In the first Miami Drink Video Bite, Chuck Ferrin demonstrates how to make a Pimm’s Cup cocktail with seasonal Florida fruits.
I love chai with breakfast in the morning, after lunch when I need a pick-me-up or on a rainy day. Ayesha D’Mello shows how to make it easily at home in this Video Bite.
A Video Bite of the Fairchild mango luau bids farewell to an amazing mango season.
In this Video Bite, Ayesha D’Mello, of Ayesha’s Kitchen, quickly prepares winter squash (in this case, butternut) with coconut sauce. You can prepare this recipe with any kind of winter squash, including the kabocha and calabaza types, which believe it or not, are in season here this time of year. Special thanks to Brad Bryan [...]
For this Video Bite, Michelle Bernstein gracefully carved out time in between three weeks in Spain and a book tour. This is one busy lady. She is chef-owner of Michy’s and Sra. Martinez. Bernstein won the James Beard Award for best chef in the South in 2007. She also hosts the PBS show, [...]
Chef Howland’s Guava Glazed Snapper Guava Glazed Snapper In this Video Bite, Chef Graham Howland demonstrates how to select and prepare fresh, local fish with a sweet guava glaze. In the video, he uses yellowtail snapper. At my dinner, I served lane snapper. His specialty is seafood. Chef Howland is now retired, but his experiences [...]
For an appetizer, John DiRocco prepared a homemade brick-oven flatbread with Venezuelan queso de mano, homegrown basil, and tomato. In this Video Bite, John demonstrates how he makes flatbread or pizza crust at home. The queso de mano was my idea. I wanted to find some kind of local cheese, and the most local version [...]
John DiRocco made refreshing kalamansi water, akin to lemonade. He grows the plant in his yard; it was a gift from his in-laws. The kalamansi, also known as the calamondin, is popular in the Philippines. It has an acidic citrus taste, like a cross between an orange and a lime. John says he has seen [...]
I’m jumping-up-and-down thrilled to announce the first ever Miami Dish Video Bite! In Video Bites, I’ll explore the same array of food finds, recipes, and people that I do in this blog. In this first Video Bite, Boston transplant John DiRocco demonstrates how he creates homemade limoncello for gifts and parties. Special thanks to my [...]