I realized that ever since I got it 2 years ago, I hadn’t used my all-in-one cooker from Sage for slow cooking at all. Continue reading “Tagliatelle with Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff”
This one actually goes back to one of the first posts I made on arcisfoodblog. It’s a delicious dish with succulent fried chicken and a smooth, mild Japanese curry sauce that has become a family favorite over the years.
Another great recipe from the Marcus at Home cookbook to give our new pasta machine a spin.
Continue reading “Lasagna by Marcus Wareing”
This was the pièce de résistance from the Ad Hoc At Home cookout that Koen and I had in December: Beef Stroganoff.
Potato based stews are definitely a staple in Dutch cuisine (curly kale, endive, and sauerkraut are the most popular), but this stew made with root vegetables, lentils. The boozy shallots/gravy is absolutely incredible too. A must-try winter dish! Continue reading “Lentil and Root Vegetable Mash with Wine-Braised Shallots by Yotam Ottolenghi”
I had a package of fresh chorizo sausages in the fridge. Using them for a delicious bowl of chili seemed a pretty good idea to me!
The last part of our pork belly extravaganza was trying to recreate a Filipino dish called Lechon Kawali, which I found over at seriouseats.com
I was looking for a ragu bolognese in Tom Kerridge’s cookbook Best Ever Dishes and found this very interesting lasagna recipe. Continue reading “Lasagna by Tom Kerridge”
This creamy pasta dish comes from the “Mildred’s: The Vegetarian Cookbook”.
An easy Italian style lentil soup that is packed with flavor due to ‘gremolata’: a mixture of parsley, lemon zest, garlic, and olive oil.
A true classic: French onion soup. Slowly caramelized onions and cheesy slabs of toasted garlicky bread…
This risotto hails from Georgia and originally comes from Morgan Murphy’s cookbook “Southern Living Off the Eaten Path: On the Road Again: More Unforgettable Foods and Characters from the South’s Back Roads and Byways” Continue reading “Sweet Corn Risotto”