Corn Tortilla Recipe
May 29th, 2019
A corn tortilla recipe can be a dime a dozen on the internet. Why, because it is the simplest and most rewarding flavor you'll ever experience. It takes a bit of practice and a good quality masa harina to get the right flavor and texture. Once you've mastered the technique, experiment by adding poblano pepper juice for a green tortilla or turmeric for orange ones. The ideas are endless, start making them today and you'll be on your way creating your own street tacos that everyone will request. Serve them with refried beans for a meatless meal. I enjoy making...
May 24th, 2019
Sardinian cracker called Carta Da Musica, meaning "sheets of music" are a treat for anyone. These wonderfully crisp crackers pair well with a summer salad acting like a crouton, or even eaten as a snack. Sardinian sheep herdsmen ate these crackers while they worked the hills of Sardinia. Served with a bit of hard sheep's cheese like Pecorino Toscano for added protein. I had a creative idea, by adding fresh oregano and sourdough to the cracker dough for added flavor and nutrition. I also make them without the oregano and top with cinnamon and sugar for the grandkids to enjoy.
Chili Verde Recipe
May 24th, 2019
Green is the perfect color for this Chili Verde Recipe. The perfect color was given by Pasilla chilis and tomatillos, sharing their vibrant green with our delicious roasted chicken for an enchilada or tamales. Why buy when you can experience this one of a kind sauce, store bought doesn't compare. See the difference for yourself!
May 14th, 2019
Do you have a lot of sourdough starter on hand? Then try these delicious sourdough crêpes that can be made sweet for breakfast and savory for dinner. I enjoy them both ways, try my turkey filled crêpe with chicken and the mushroom sauce, you won't be disappointed. Stack your crêpes, layering with ground nuts and powdered sugar for a Hungarian crêpe called Palacsinta. How ever you fill or stack your family will enjoy their mildly sour taste and healthy benefits.
Chinese Pork Bao
May 3rd, 2019
The Chinese pork Bao is over 2,000 years old. Made before the terra cotta warriors and before the 1st Emperor of China. It has a very impressive history to say the least. In the USA every China Town has the humble Chinese pork Bao to buy. I was on a quest to make this humble Bao for myself. As a student of Asian cooking I sought out the chefs with knowledge of traditional Chinese foods and customs. My son-in-law is Chinese and his family couldn't give me advice on the Bao. If they want Dim Sum they will go out....