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Chef David Burke’s 6 Unique Dishes From 6 Common Ingredients

Chef David Burke’s 6 Unique Dishes From 6 Common Ingredients


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New and exciting ways to look at seasonal and fresh produce

David Burke serves segmented grapefruit with seared tuna as a dish at his restaurants to give a spin to the seasonal fruit.

I’m always trying to put a new spin on seasonal ingredients or ingredients that have gained popularity based on culinary trends. Like with fruit: Cooked fruit is very fascinating — many believe fruit is meant to be consumed fresh; however, cooked fruit is unexpected and delicious. Fruits such as melons, mangos, pears, strawberries, and watermelons are great to use in a savory dish, and on the flip side, I also like to use savory items for dessert, like with my red bell pepper caramel. These are some of my newest ideas for how to make a standard seasonal ingredient extraordinary.

Bell pepper: Bell peppers are naturally sweet, so why not use them in something sweet? I don’t think many people would think of extracting the sweetness into something like caramel, but the results are pretty phenomenal.

Click here to see the Red Bell Pepper Caramel Recipe

Mango: I love making mango french fries, which is when I wrap mango sticks in phyllo dough and fry them in a little vegetable oil until crispy.

Pears: Next time you’re making your favorite mushroom soup, try puréeing some freshly chopped pear and mixing it into the soup for a burst of flavor. You can also sauté pear slices in a little brown butter and use them as garnish.

Orange: Some people may shy away when they see marmalade in a recipe, but it’s actually pretty easy to make. I like taking slices of oranges and cooking them with a tablespoon or two of sugar until they get the consistency of marmalade. This is delicious served over a scoop of vanilla ice cream.


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Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

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News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


Meez Meals Launch Meals for Good

Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, proudly announces Meals for Good, their yearlong partnership with Common Threads. Meals for Good features a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef delivered each month through Meez Meals. The program launched with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith.

January's Meals for Good recipe is the Roman rapini pasta bowl from Chef David Blonsky of Public House, Siena Tavern and Bull & Bear. Simple ingredients, like rapini and campanelle pasta, combine with vegetable stock, toasted walnuts, and shaved Parmesan for a warm winter meal.

Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teaches them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

“Meez Meals is on a mission to make cooking fun, fast and easy. The onions are diced. The spices are measured. And families do the important part – the actual cooking,” says Meez Meals founder Jen Moore. “We know families are happier and healthier when they sit down to a home-cooked meal. We are delighted to help spread the joy of home cooking to children everywhere through our partnership.”

This partnership is the first of a yearlong series featuring a different top Chicago chef each month. Meez Meals members can expect to see recipes from chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, chef Rick Gresh of David Burke's Primehouse, chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoire and more.

Read more

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.


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