For anyone who has traveled in the Mediterranean, particularly Italy and Greece, and has been searching for a melon to rival the honey-sweet taste of the beauties over there….I have made a discovery! Although I cannot replicate the experience of … Continue reading Long lost memory…FOUND!
From the moment you enter the grounds of Restaurante/Huerta Los Tamarindos to the very last bite you are transported to the hacienda atmosphere of the true Mexico. From the tacos de cabron to the tamales of sweet potato and pork in banana leaves to the oyster and fish roe shooters. WHAT A TREAT! Muchas gracias a El Office! Tuna sopes were spectacular. Not to mention the tacos de res and the tequila tastings. Chef Silva and company have given the Cabo foodie community another reason to celebrate! There were also some homemade empanadas dulces and other posters and pastellitos to … Continue reading Sabor a Cabo Rural
Paella..in all it’s stages beachside at the Royal Solaris Los Cabo! Chorizo,chicken, pork, shrimp, scallops,mussels,saffron,white wine,rice,peppers, onion, garlic….. Bien Provecho! Continue reading Beachside Paella
Tailgating for the MSU vs UofM game tonight with one of our family favorites. Go Green. Korean chicken wings (Dakgangjeong), roasted shishito peppers, Asian Cole slaw, and deviled eggs japonaise. Go White. So good and never a leftover. Victory for … Continue reading Go Green…Go White..Go Dakgangjeong
I was first introduced to the wonderful cuisine of Vietnam while living outside of Washington, DC in the early 90s. So different from other Asian cuisines, but still similar. French influenced, but retaining enough of its simplicity to make it … Continue reading Someday…..Vietnam
Eating healthy with vegetarian middle eastern dishes is easy. Sunday supper with the bounty of our family garden and and a few extras. Fattoush salad with garden tomatoes, parsley and mint tossed with mixed greens, toasted pita and tahini dressing. Kasseri cheese and oil cured olives.GF My mom’s favorite cucumber salad.GF Recipe to follow…. Homemade falafel and green beans with onions and shatta round out the feast.GF Vegetarian is so refreshing on a hot summer night! Helen’s Cucumber Salad 2 cups thinly sliced cucumbers 1 tsp. Salt 1/2 red (or yellow)sweet onion, sliced thin 1/2 cup greek yogurt or labne … Continue reading Middle Eastern Feast
Great finds today @portcityproduce2 and @seaviewcrabcompany just up the road from me in little old Wilmington, N.C.. Burgundy okra roasted in bacon fat was crispy and fun to eat. Black sea bass from my favorite fish monger, broiled with a lightly browned butter sauce was flaky and moist. Tri-color quinoa with spring onions rounded out the meal. Local is ALWAYS best! Continue reading Local sources