We’d bought cooked (oven roasted I think), marinated spare ribs from our local butcher a couple of times. They were great, very flavorful, which is why we kept buying them once in a while. Just reheating them in the oven was enough to have nicely flavored ribs on the table.
However, they weren’t fall-of-the-bone-tender. They [...]
What to do when you have the ingredients for taco’s, but the weather is awful? Instead of taco’s, you make a taco pie!
It’s amazing how used we get to unripe, not so fresh vegetables. Especially during the ‘off-season’ vegetables just aren’t that great. And the old-fashioned produce stores seem to have disappeared.
Last summer, in Colorado, I went to a farmer’s market. Everything was fresh and wonderful. It was a Sunday morning and I couldn’t [...]
Tonight we’re eating ‘boerenkool met worst’ or the traditional Dutch curly kale ‘stamppot’ (mash).
It’s traditionally eaten with smoked sausage and jus, with a possibility of added bacon bits.
See how I’m saying with jus and not with ‘au jus’. Yep. That might be my biggest pet peeve in English food-language. Seriously. Jus comes from [...]
I still owed you my ham and pea pasta recipe. We ate it when I needed a quick dinner after I came home way late after a meeting. I didn’t even feel like making my own pasta anymore, I was so tired. and making pasta really doesn’t take all that much time. [...]
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