Summertime chili with lots of fresh veggies and tender barley in a beer broth.
Lamb marinaded in a spicy yogurt sauce and grilled to a perfect medium rare.
Beets make these ravioli beautiful, and lamb makes them delicious
This unique breakfast mash-up will make your guests happy because it is delicious, and you happy because you won\’t be flipping eggs all morning.
A fun Indian lasagna mashup
Ingredients1 Cup Red Lentils2 Cups Veggie Stock1 Onion diced 1 Carrot diced 5 Cloves Garlic minced 1.5 Tablespoons Curry Powder homemade if possible 14 Ounces Canned Diced TomatoBroccoliPizza DoughParmesan InstructionsCook the onion and carrot in some oil until lightly browned, about 20 minutes. Add in the garlic and spices and cook 3 minutes. Add in…
Ingredients1.5 Pounds Sliced Sirloin2 Large Onions2 Tablespoons Butter1 Cup Jack Cheese1/2 Cup Banana Peppers (With Juices) 6 Nice Cabbage Leaves without much ripping 14 Ounce Canned Diced Tomato For: 6 Big Cabbage RollsPreparation: 20 minCooking: 1 h 40 minReady in: 2 h InstructionsSlice, salt, and brown the onions in butter for about 40 minutes until…
Last week’s Portlandia episode was all about how celery has fallen behind a lot of other new “buzz” veggies like brussel sprouts, kale, and cauliflower, and how Steve Buscemi, the celery rep, was trying to get celery back on the map. I always love Portlandia, but when they make fun of food culture it makes me laugh even more. I decided to take this celery issue into my own hands and try and make a trendy blogger type dish with celery. My trendy blogger style dish failed, and a cocktail I made was just ok, but this celery loaded pasta was amazing. It’s not gonna go viral anytime soon or dig celery out of its hole, but it’s a great and unique dish which opened my eyes to caramelized celery.
Twist on Shepherds Pie that uses sausage and a topping of crispy brussel sprouts.
Roger Mooking has a commercial on Cooking Channel where he whips together a tasty looking simple plantain gratin and it inspired me to make a more intricate deeper version of a plantain casserole. I wanted lots of layers of tasty things that I think go with plantains, like black beans, cojita cheese, onions, tomato, and habanero. I also mixed in a little quinoa just to add a little more substance and protein to the veggie dish. The whole thing turned out great, but make sure you use really ripe plantains. Most of mine were nice and yellow, but a few still had a little green to them and they were very noticeable and we mostly ate around them.
I have wanted to try my hand at homemade combos for years now but never really had a reason to, I finally got my chance this past weekend. They came out soooo good! I made the pepperoni pizza variety and they far exceeded any expectations I had in 3 categories. Way more delicious than expected, way easier than expected, and way more combo-y than I thought I would be able to achieve! If you are still looking for that perfect super bowl snack, you should really make these!
The premise of this dish was to to create a textural study between 3 different gummy ingredients, braised octopus, potato gnocchi, and korean rice cake. All 3 of these things can remind me of each other, so I thought it would be fun to put them all together in a korean flavored sauce. It came out pretty tasty in the end, but I don’t feel that I fully achieved what I was going for. The main issue was the size differences between the 3 main ingredients. I was aiming to make them all a similar size and shape but failed. Regardless, if you like octopus you will enjoy this dinner, but on a normal night I would make it with either gnocchi or rice cake, and not both.