Thanksgiving was looming and there on a table was a beautiful 5.5 lb organic, heritage breed, spoon fed, politically correct kabocha squash. One could practically hear Tibetan Bells.
When I saw a package of thinly sliced top sirloin for almost half off, it practically jumped into my cart. Immediately I thought chicken fried steak.
I grew up in a Jewish American home and was aware of knishes. Actually I was aware that my parents and brother ate them. I however hated onions and whatever they were added to.
Since I am accepting money for baked goods, the term baker can be officially added to the various descriptions used to describe who/what I am.
Since I just made some bacon jam, deviled eggs are on the way even though a picnic is out of order in the continuing Covid era.
I ordered #8-Platillo Salvadoreno, Dos huevos, plantanos, frijoles, crema o queso or 2 eggs, fried plantains, rice and beans with sour cream.
Fesenjan is a feast dish that is traditionally eaten during the Persian holiday Shab-e Yalda, to celebrate the winter solstice and is a pre-Islamic celebration.
Eggplant or Aubergine come in many varieties and are grown all over the world. Among the types cultivated are Fairy Tale, Kermit, Lavender Frog Egg, Black Beauty…
For later iterations, I properly roasted the eggplant over the gas flames of the stove top and used breakfast sausage for the meat portion.
Clofoutis is a thick custard made without a crust and when prepared, thin like the recipe below, resembles a custardy pancake.