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.
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.
I was watching Mexican Street Food with Mark Wiens on Amazon. It seems I should have heard of him but I had not. This man has a very successful YouTube… [Continue Reading]
What could be better than something with bacon, sweet caramelized onions, maple syrup and brown sugar? This stuff is amazing.
Biber Salcasi, literally means pepper paste. This Turkish condiment is made from the sun dried paste of red chili peppers or sweet long peppers and salt.
I purchased a few of the often maligned pieces of tasty meat and will cook them in green chile. Another episode of Ugly Food follows.
Today’s selection are Peruano beans. They are a light buff or yellow pole bean usually from Mexico although they were originally cultivated in Peru.
Once again, after creating content for this here blog, I found myself in sore need of a nutrition break. As usual, I went foraging in the cold box for answers.
I had a friend who loved all things Greece. She had this dish first on a Mediterranean shore and is dish she cooked fairly often.