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.
Needing something to fill my stomach today, I loaded up my fairly new Instant Pot with the pork necks, onion, garlic, and water.
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.
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.
I have never baked fresh bread just to get stale or make croutons but today I did just that to make Strata
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 just made some bacon jam, deviled eggs are on the way even though a picnic is out of order in the continuing Covid era.