Cultures all over the world have some version of the savory meat pie. From down under is the Australian Meat Pie.
No, not another meatloaf, Guiso, that’s what. Hamburger soup? I found out that Guiso actually means stew.
“Loving bacon is like shoving a middle finger in the face of all that is healthy and holy while an unfiltered cigarette smolders between your lips.”
Today I received my 9 inch Aus-Ion 9 inch Deep Skillet with Satin Finish. It was made in Australia and is a 3mm thick iron pan similar to the carbon steel cookware produced in France.
Needing something to fill my stomach today, I loaded up my fairly new Instant Pot with the pork necks, onion, garlic, and water.
If it Can’t take the Heat, Do Not Put It in the Oven. Polypropylene is really not meant for a hot oven. Take my word for it, just don’t.
The spot for me is a deep golden brown that if left a minute two or longer becomes actually burned. Topped with sesame seeds, course salt, and fresh cracked black pepper. I am addicted.
One of the good things about making one personal size pizza at a time is that there is no more to gorge on. On the other hand, making one personal pizza at a time means there is no next piece even if it tastes great.
My job was to stand outside on the patio where I would wash and soak the corn husks in hot water.
This sauce is very simple with only garlic, salt, lemon juice, and water. It is called Toum, a traditional Lebanese sauce that presents similar to a strong garlic mayonnaise.