These mussels are flavored with crispy chorizo and fresh celery leaves
Tacos loaded with all the ingredients of an authentic Thai Panang Curry
The second meat at my meat slicer party last weekend was roast beef. Roast beef is insanely simple to make at home, especially when you have a meat slicer to cut it paper thin. If you make this same exact recipe and try and cut it with a knife it is going to come out a little chewy unless you really are able to cut it very thin. Anyways, roast beef is roast beef right? Yea it was perfectly cooked and seasoned, and really fresh, but still just roast beef. What made these sandwiches truly memorable though, was the crispy shallots and hint of horseradish mayo, along with fresh baked onion rolls from a local bakery near my friends house who hosted the party.
Fresh Mussels cooked in a summer beer with some lemongrass and lime leaf.
This pork is slow roasted in a red curry sauce and topped with a fresh herby slaw.
Super fresh summer tomatoes in a no-cook sauce for pasta.
Pasta cooked in coffee and then tossed in a creamy chile sauce.