Robin takes your workweek favorites world-wide by adding exciting international flavors. Globetrotting has never been easier and there's even time for a cocktail!
Keep your meals exciting with Robin's menu featuring surprising flavors and contrasts sure to tantalize your tastebuds.
The "other white meat" takes center stage this week, giving star performances in Robin's Tangy Roasted Pork with
Duck Sauce, and later in her Pork Panini with Two Cheeses, Pickles and Watercress on Sourdough. Mandarin Beet Salad adds pizazz to any meal, and the ease of Anita's Impossible Buttermilk will have you calling, "Encore!"
Sometimes playing with your food is not only fun, but delicious. Entertain your inner child and your tastebuds as you glaze, bake, wrap and dunk through three recipes that begin with your favorite meats.
You don't have to have a greenthumb or even be a vegetarian to enjoy the bounties of the garden. This week, bring the zing of veggies, herbs and spices into the kitchen for fresh accents on hearty quick fix meals. Naturally, Robin has a garden-inspired dessert for you, too!
Juggling has a lot to do with balance and coordination, and it's no different with cooking! This week presents four quick-fix meals that combine various flavors and textures guaranteed to soar effortlessly.
Cutting time out of preparing dinner doesn't have to mean cutting out flavor. By focusing on a few delicious details, Robin ensures maximum flavor in minimum time.
Fish and chicken cook up quickly but can be quite mild in flavor. Not so in Robin's kitchen, where fish and fowl get big-taste treatment. Chicken in parmesan-chive cream sauce morphs into penne with chicken, wild mushrooms and peas. Beer battered tilapia with red chile mandarin orange sauce rounds the week out, and a colorful madras cocktail washes it all down.
Our cravings, moods and schedules all dictate how and what we eat. Whether you're looking for a nice meal to sit down to, or something casual you can pick up with your hands, Robin's got your week covered.
Finding the right accompaniment for a dish, whether it's a side, sauce or spice, can make an ordinary dish extraordinary. Robin plays meal-matchmaker, and you enjoy the benefits!
Top-notch restaurants promise great ambiance, service and food, but with the right ingredients and a little planning, meals at home can be fine-dining experiences, too - even quick-fix ones!
As Goldilocks knows, ingredients may compose a dish but serving temperature can make or break it. Steaming hot and refreshingly chilled, these recipes get the temperature just right.
Moist, dry, direct, indirect -- there are different types of heat in the kitchen and the method you use can greatly influence the flavor of the food you cook. Robin focuses on roasting and grilling, then throws in a quick simmer for a chocolatey finale!
Robin enlivens a turkey dinner with artichoke-sausage stuffing, then folds the turkey into black bean empanadas. Finally, Seared Tuna with Lemon-Wasabi Dressing highlights crowd favorite Mustard Wonton Chips. A perfect plan for Thanksgiving or any time of year!
Vegetables have an undeniable way of completing a dish, in color, flavor and texture. Even the most loyal meat lovers will enjoy the vegetable surprise these dishes hold.
Costume parties are a blast, but have you ever gotten your food in on the fun? Bat Wings with Bog Dip and Sinking Hands, Vampire Chicken-Beet Salad with Goat Cheese and Onion Toasted Ghouls, Screaming Crab Melts on Pumpernickel and a Bloody Mary make the perfect spread for Halloween or even the next full moon!
Comfort food warms the soul and tastes so great your cares just melt away. Robin's three comfortable classics are easy, to boot, now what's more comforting than that?
Robin uses her morphing magic twice to create four flavorful meals that are as light as they are satisfying.
Favorite dishes help us celebrate the holidays and special occasions, but non-traditional dishes can be just as exciting and memorable. Packed with great taste, these new dishes are gifts your loved ones will never forget.
Robin prepares three main dishes -- and a dessert! -- that use only five ingredients each, proving that quick and easy can mean bold and flavorful.
Great food can be therapeutic, both to eat and to make. Robin's plan-ahead strategy keeps stress low and flavors high in three dishes and a cocktail that will have you blissed-out, not stressed-out.
We enjoy chicken and salmon so often it can be tough to come up with new preparations. Robin squashes the challenge with four innovative recipes that come together in no time using her morphing strategy.
Fresh ingredients bring life to any main course, and nothing does this better than vibrant salads. Today, Robin sides three main courses with complementary salads, then brings more freshness to the table in a banana empanada dessert.
Sauces and toppings are exciting to cook with as they invigorate any main ingredient! Tuna in Tomato-Tarragon Broth becomes Tuna-Pesto Melts on Rye, served with a perked-up Romaine Salad With Candied Walnuts and Grapefruit. Chicken goes international with green curry sauce, and for dessert, Cinnamon-Spiked Blueberry Sauce transforms frozen yogurt into a gourmet treat.
Repetition can be boring, especially when it comes to food. But preparing three delightfully different meals is easier than you think. With just a little planning, you can enjoy the diversity of chicken, pasta and fish in a snap, with time left over for a sweet cherry parfait.
All Quick Fix Meals are delicious, creative and easy to make, but these recipes have set new standards. Three flavorful dinners and a dessert that every family - and chef! - can enjoy.