A Cuisine is a country or region's collection of traditional foods and flavors. Many cuisines are enjoyed the world over, but a few cuisines are truly an acquired taste. Explore the many different cuisines in this section.
Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, there's a taco to suit the occasion. But how did this Mexican street food become so popular in the U.S.?
And a simple biscuit recipe to go along with it.
How did this dish become so associated with the American South and yet so beloved all over the world?
Check out this Grilled Shrimp Lettuce Cups with Tropical Fruit Salsa Recipe!
Our Southeast Asian Coconut and Lemongrass Broth with Scallops and Shrimp will blow your mind! Make Coconut and Lemongrass Broth with Scallops and Shrimp today.
Our Homemade Corn Tacos with Beef, Chili and Cilantro recipe will blow your mind! Learn how to make Homemade Corn Tacos with Beef, Chili and Cilantro.
Emeril's vegetarian pinto beans. Check out our recipe for vegetarian pinto beans.
Nuoc Cham is a traditional Vietnamese dipping sauce that you can easily make at home. View our Nuoc Cham recipe to get started.
French cooking may scare the daylights out of even experienced cooks. But it's not as frightening as you might think. In fact, these five dishes are almost too easy.
Lose the number of your local Chinese joint, because these five recipes are so easy, you can cook your favorite dish at home.
You probably already have a few Italian meals in your dinner rotation at home, but these tips and recipes will have you upping the Italian ante.
Mexican food gets a bad rap as a fat-laden menu option, but fiesta night at your house doesn't have to be prep intensive and heavy on the calories.
When Mexican cuisine crossed the border into the United States and took up with cowboys and ranchers, it also took on a new name: Tex-Mex. Can you serve up a Tex-Mex meal in a hurry?
If you're looking for ac cajun seafood appetizer, try this recipe for Keyshawn and Darren's creole sausage and shrimp boil from episode 105 of Kick Off Cook Off.
If you're looking for a seafood and sausage cajun dish, try this recipe for Justin and Dray's shrimp and sausage dirty "Jumbalo" from episode 106 of Kick Off Cook Off.
No need to buy a paella pan to make this Spanish delicacy. Your 12-inch skillet will produce results that will make your family say "gracias"! Recipe developed by George Duran for Hunt's.
Chicken thighs simmered in a richly flavored sauce made with tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms and red wine -- perfect for casual entertaining. Recipe developed by George Duran for Hunt's.
Slow-Cooked Jambalaya with Rice from Hunt's combines okra, peppers and fire-roasted tomatoes with chicken, shrimp and smoked sausage cook in a slow-cooker for a jambalaya served over brown rice. It makes an easy and delicious meal for family or company.
Tomato and Bacon quesadillas from Hunt's combine diced tomatoes and crisp crumbled bacon to add a deliciously different twist to cheesy quesadillas. They make an easy and delicious meal or appetizer.
Italian Sausage Stuffed Zucchini from Hunt's features tender zucchini shells, stuffed with a mixture of Italian sausage, tomatoes, zucchini and onions and topped with Parmesan cheese. It makes a great weeknight meal that the whole family will enjoy.
No-Bake Tamale Pie from Hunt's combines ground beef, corn and black beans in a savory sauce, topped with polenta slices and cheddar cheese. It makes a great weeknight meal that the whole family will enjoy.
If you're looking for a Mexican dish, try this recipe for a corn cake (torta de maiz) from Sextuplets Take New York.
If you're looking for a Mexican soup, try this recipe for a chicken soup (sopa de pollo) from Sextuplets Take New York.
If you're looking for a Mexican dish, try this recipe for Digna's healthy chicken nuggets from Sextuplets Take New York.
If you're looking for a Mexican dish, try this recipe for Digna's shrimp ceviche from Sextuplets Take New York.