Braised and Stuffed Lamb Heart
Okay, now that I have the vegans and vegetarians distracted with an awesome plant based dish, let’s get Grimm, brotha. I’m talking old-school Germanic kid’s tales. I’m talking chicken feet.
For Halloween I have a spooky vegan recipe for you: a beet risotto with roasted sweet onion cream. Served in a roasted pie pumpkin.
I’m embarrassed to call this pork-belly dish a ‘recipe’
Make tapas with the junk food in your pantry with this Spanish Tortilla recipe.
The salad of Canton, the salad called Cobb.
If you didn’t get that pun, then you need to go see Captain America: Civil War (like seriously, close this tab and hie thee down to your megaplex).
I think it’s pretty much required when you have a cooking blog that you refer to a Thai recipe with that “Thai one on” pun at some point. I’m just getting out in front of that early. But really, the only thing Thai about this recipe is the Thai Kitchen branded red curry paste. So…
Another taco recipe! Carnitas in the very traditional fashion involves braising an entire pig until the water evaporates and it deep-fries in its own fat. This recipe approximates the results with a home-kitchen friendly pork shoulder (also known as a Boston Butt).
Cheeseburger tacos of deliciousness.
The title was either that or something about “taking a leek” (I think I’ll save that one for vichyssoise). Did you know that something like 40% of the food in this country is thrown out? That’s an astonishing amount. Yeah, you could compost the “unpleasant to eat” things like woody asparagus butts, but with a…
So there’s a certain class of food that is too good to be wasted on paying customers. These are the bits on the animal that you get to pick on in the kitchen before serving the “pretty” food. In the case of fish, that’s the head. There are pockets of moist deliciousness in the cheeks,…