This new generation wants global flavor! Menu this veggie-packed Asian Noodle Bowl, made with sausage/sausage alternative crumble tossed with whole grain noodles and sweet chili-glazed broccoli, peppers, edamame, and red onion – topped with crispy wonton strips.
Creamy chickpea hummus blended with garlic, serrano peppers and spices. Served with crunchy pita chips.
Homemade Pork Fried Jiaozi, fried and drizzled with Salsa Roja, and served with a side of fresh Secret Weapon Slaw.
A crispy golden fried exterior enveloping a moist creamy center are a few of the many things that make croquettes the perfect finger food appetizer…
Warm Fire Braised® Turkey breast, pecan wood smoked shoulder bacon and a medium-boiled egg on herb focaccia with a luxurious maple feta dressing.
Last month the Maine School Nutrition Association (MSNA) invited our very own Chef Tim to do a breakout presentation a their annual Winter Food Show. Tim showed the attendees some fun ways to get creative with flatbread!
This recipe captures the wicked-craveable flavors of a French-Canadian classic. That of course, is the cheese curd covered and gravy smothered French fry dish known as poutine. This poutine dish however is prepared uniquely, in a fried potato cup.
Pollock fillets, dipped in crushed Whole Grain Cheez-Its and grated Parmesan. A fun dish that packs in bold cheese flavor and is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.
Take a kid-favorite snack, and turn it into a satisfying lunch meal! Lean turkey, topped with cheddar cheese, diced tomato, romaine lettuce, and finished with Whole Grain Cheez-Its.
A simple pot pie filling that starts with condensed soup and chicken and is topped with rich whole grain biscuit.
Green chilies and chicken are baked in pie dough rounds, for flaky Mexican empanadas.
A good tomato soup has always been a go to for me, both at home and in a professional capacity. Growing up tomato soup was sort of a comfort food item, a cold day offering, or as an easily prepared dish to serve when life was too busy for cooking, usually from a can… add water and serve.
Ground chuck grilled beef patty topped with cheddar cheese, jalapeno sausage, kalbi marinated bacon, grilled onions, house-made pickles, tomato and lettuce on a toasted sesame seed bun with serrano chili mustard.
Battered fish fillets served with fries, coleslaw and homemade serrano chili aioli.
Seared calamari rings and tentacles, soaked in rice wine, fried in peanut oil with sliced baby corn, scallions, peppers coated in Kogi secret weapon sauce.
A spicy twist on a classic favorite. Homemade sriracha aioli, under a grilled hot dog, topped with napa ponzu slaw and finished with a drizzle of Kogi salsa roja.
Fried oysters on a toasted crostini. Topped with Kogi garlic serrano sauce, bacon, tomato and microgreens.
Pickled Brine Chicken on a brioche bun with tangy citrus slaw, Kogi serrano chili garlic aioli and bread and butter pickles. Served with tater tots with Kogi salsa roja.
We’re turning one the easiest and most consistent pork shoulder cuts you can plate into a melt-in-your-mouth balsamic and roasted garlic pot roast. This Fire Braised Pork Shoulder from Hormel is cooked and ready to go, just add your twist on seasoning and roll.
Wok charred sirloin steak tips marinated in Kogi Kalbi Marinade served over jasmine rice with woke charred brussels sprouts, bacon and red onion toss in Kogi Serrano Chili Sauce.
Jumbo sea scallops pan seared glazed with secret weapon sauce served on a bed of garlic spinach.
As the mac & cheese craze marches on, so too must the constant flow of recipe ideas for this steadfast classic of comfort. In this rendition I’ve used gnocchi (potato dumplings) in place of the traditional use of pasta, add blue cheese and onions to the mix and you have crock full of YUM!
Chef Tim, and Adam Robinson from Island Made Ocean Clams are cooking up two variations of a New England favorite – clam rolls! One sorta traditional and one… naan traditional. The rich, clean, ocean flavor of these clams offers a top-quality dining experience for even the most discerning seafood & clam lovers.
Curious about the name? Well, the use of naan bread to create a taco equals – naco – naturally! Cafe H, Korean BBQ Beef is the perfect catalyst for an easy and flavorful twist on a traditional taco. This recipe uses naan in place of tortillas or shells, a warm and soft handheld alternative to its corn-based counterpart.
This is a fun twist on the traditional clam’s linguine of old. Unlike the classical recipe’s use of chopped clams we’ve incorporated fresh hard-shell clams from Island Made Clams, which give you a taste of the deep Atlantic waters from which they came.