All posts in the ‘ Celebrity Chef Recipes ’ Category


Thai Turkey Butter Lettuce Wraps

September 18, 2013 | post a comment

We are big fans of Thai cuisine, so in celebration, we are sharing the recipe for Thai turkey wraps today! These Thai wraps are inspired by cooking star Giada de Laurentiis. Don’t let her Italian heritage fool you. These wraps are the real deal and are super easy to make…. Read the Rest »

Upland Cress Salad with Parmesan Fish Fillet

May 7, 2013 | post a comment

What do you get when you combine fish, avocado, and Upland Cress? A healthy and nutrient-rich meal of course! That’s no surprise considering that today’s recipe was created by the world-renowned chef and health advocate Jamie Oliver. Pan-fried white fish forms the delicious foundation of the dish, accompanied by a splash… Read the Rest »

Living Lettuce Taco Wraps Drew Barrymore Style

March 27, 2013 | 1 Comment

Do you ever wonder what celebrities eat? Well if you’re Drew Barrymore, the answer is “Raw Taco Gorilla Wraps” from nutritionist Kimberly Snyder. These raw vegetarian Butter Lettuce wraps are filled with ground up walnuts instead of ground meat. You can read more in this article from People.com and get the full recipe for… Read the Rest »

Upland Cress Salad by Chef Marcus Samuelsson

March 12, 2013 | post a comment

Meet Marcus Samuelsson. Born in Ethiopia, adopted to Sweden, and trained in France, Chef Samuelsson finally ended up opening his own restaurant in New York City. At 23, he was the youngest chef to ever receive a three star rating from the New York Times. Since then he has cooked state dinners for President Obama,… Read the Rest »

Lettuce Give Thanks to Ina Garten from Barefoot Contessa

November 21, 2012 | post a comment

Today we have not one, but two recipes for you! Thanksgiving is not just a time to give thanks, it’s also a time to eat a LOT of food. To that end, we felt that one recipe was simply not enough for this special day. Today, as usual we have a… Read the Rest »

A Delicious Discovery: The Fresh and Green Table

October 15, 2012 | post a comment

Last week one of our lovely customers recommended a cookbook to us which she recently purchased from Anthropologie. The book is “The Fresh & Green Table: Delicious Ideas for Bringing Vegetables into Every Meal” by Susie Middleton. Susie, aka SixBurnerSue, is a blogger, vegetable farmer, and the former editor of Fine Cooking… Read the Rest »

Lettuce be Spooky

October 11, 2012 | post a comment

If you’re looking to put together a Halloween feast “lettuce” suggest this “Decomposed Salad” from Martha Stewart. Don’t worry, it’s not really decomposing and it won’t make you sick. It will however impress your guests and delight their taste buds even while it grosses out their eyes. Normally we wouldn’t… Read the Rest »

Pickled Sugar Snap Peas Oh My!

October 9, 2012 | post a comment

Until today we had no idea that sugar snap peas could be pickled. Kelsey Nixon has disabused us of that notion though and we’re happy she did; these little beauties are delicious! Not only that, but we also learned how to make some delicious thousand island dressing (which we’ll certainly… Read the Rest »

Lettuce: It’s Not just for Salads Anymore

October 5, 2012 | post a comment

The other day we showed you a delicious little recipe for Butter Lettuce Soup. Perhaps that wasn’t quite your speed though, or perhaps you loved it and you want to taste all that soup and lettuce can offer together. In either case you’re in luck! This recipe from the famous… Read the Rest »

Chicken, Potato, and Butter Lettuce Salad with Lemon-Garlic Dressing

September 25, 2012 | post a comment

Today’s recipe, is a delicious salad from master chef Martha Stewart. Filled with poached chicken and chunks of potato, this hearty salad will certainly not leave you hungry. And despite its complexity, this recipe can be cooked up in as little as 30 minutes. You’ll also be happy to know that this… Read the Rest »