How to Throw an Authentic Chinese New Year Party

On January 31, residents of Chinatowns from coast to coast – as well as Chinese populations around the world – will hit the streets in celebration of the New Year. The holiday, also known as Spring Festival, marks the first day of the year on the Chinese calendar and is a time when families gather in […]

Comfort Food Done Light: Emily Bites Revamps a Classic

Comfort food – pastas, bakes, casseroles – is family food. The only downfall? All. That. Butter. For those of you interested in getting the brood on a healthy track, we give you Chicken Pot Pie Casserole from the calorie-cutting blog Emily Bites. Photos by Emily Koenigsberg Besides packing her recipe with veggies, Emily Koenigsberg uses skim milk […]

Whip Up a Rue-Exclusive Recipe with Top Chef Winner Hung Huynh

CIA grad. Top Chef winner. And today? This 35-year-old runs prestigious kitchens at EMM Group’s CATCH NYC, CATCH Miami, and The General in Manhattan. On top of managing his many successes, the executive chef met with Rue for a quick cooking class. Here, watch him in action. Then, prepare your palate. You’re about to cook (and eat) like an expert. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nRxcYn7xV0&feature=youtu.be Braised Beef with Chinese […]

Dig In: Cupcakes and Cashmere's Grilled Peach Salad & Rosé Sangria

Best thing about this weekend? No work tomorrow. Second best? These flavor-bursting, savory-meets-sweet recipes from Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere. If this dish, and the fact that’s it’s Labor Day, isn’t excuse enough to pull out the grill one last time – we don’t know what is. Photos by Emily Schuman

From the Kitchen of Love and Lemons: Pizza, Pasta, & Pesto

We’re wondering – is your mouth watering yet? Because today’s menu is bursting with Italian amazingness. Flavor of choice: pesto. And thanks to our latest foodie obsession, Love and Lemons, we’re thinking outside the basil-and-pine-nut standard. “Go look in your kitchen and see what you already have,” Love and Lemons blogger, Jeanine Donofrio, writes. “You probably […]

Tonight, Serve Dinner Family Style

  As the holiday season approaches, big family dinners are top of mind. On our must-try list this week? Avocado Caesar salad, from our foodie friends at Food52. Essentially, it’s a traditional Caesar topped with rich parmesan, crunchy croutons, and tangy dressing – with one significant difference. Avocados. As one Food52 member, fiveandspice, so eloquently puts it, […]

Sunday Supper With Chef Amanda Freitag

Meet Chef Amanda Freitag. Executive chef. Chopped judge extraordinaire. Renowned New York foodie. And now she’s whipping up a recipe exclusively for Rue Members. Think mint, basil, olive oil, and a host of fresh, taste bud–tempting flavors. Then grab your chef’s hat and get cooking.     Grilled Zucchini and Tomato Panzanella Salad Ingredients 3 zucchini, sliced lengthwise 1/2 pint cherry tomatoes 1 […]

Serve Up the South

Photos by Dan Whalen On our menu this week: Southern food. First course: fried pickles. From foodie Dan Whalen‘s blog, The Food in my Beard (it’s one of our faves), this bite-sized appetizer is equal parts crunch and flavor. Kick it up a notch by making your own tart pickles soaked in apple cidar vinegar. Then finish with […]

Hold the Turf: Lobster Rolls & Clam Chowder

Photos by Gina Homolka A summer without seafood is no summer at all. This week, we turn to Skinnytaste, our go-to blogger for light, calorie-cutting cuisine, for mayo-free (if desired) lobster rolls and creamy clam chowder. Gina Homolka, founder of Skinnytaste, suggests “mayo haters” supplement with Greek yogurt and toss lobster with celery, shallots, chives, and lemon zest. Our […]

Sunday Supper, Pro-Chef Style

  It’s not every day a celebrated professional chef not only shares, but demonstrates how to cook one of his favorite summer dishes. But today is that day. Here, Chef Sam Talbot lets us in on his recipe for Grilled Scallops with Summer Kale Chimichurri. And we’re positive you’ll love it – Chef Talbot was voted […]

Eat Your Vegetables

  Mom always said… you know how it goes. But vegetables aren’t just healthy – when done right, they’ll steal the dinnertime spotlight. Photos by Jeanine Donofrio Jeanine and Jack of the ever-lovely food blog Love and Lemons (remember their Spring Kale Panzanella and Tahini Zucchini Noodles?) know what we’re talking about. Check out two veggie-friendly […]

Supper From the Sea

Photos by Dan Whalen Sailing. Beaching. Nautical stripes. Summer and the sea go hand in hand – making seafood a no-brainer come dinnertime (all season). Dan Whalen knows what we’re talking about. His blog, The Food in my Beard, features two original recipes in particular that we’re especially obsessed with (pictured above, from left to right): Seafood […]

Fire Up the Grill

  Photo by Emily Koenigsberg Smell that? Yep – that’s grilling season in all its glory, emanating from yards and patios across the country. When faced with charcoals and a flame, we have to admit – the all-too-predictable burgers-and-hot-dogs route is our MO. Blogger Emily Koenigsberg, however, proves that charbroiled flavors can be taken to epicurean heights. Meet: […]

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