Carrots and oranges as well as pumpkin and ginger are well-known and delicious combinations.
Burger Week at Arcisfoodblog: 6 posts on some of the more remarkable burgers I “encountered” in the past couple of months; either homemade or in restaurants. Continue reading “Burger Week: #1 Homemade Chicken Cheeseburger with Guacamole”
I found some fabulous M’Hamsa Couscous (hand rolled and sun-dried for a toasted flavor) and tomato passata from Les Moulins Majoub. Time to get my tajine out and make a stunning veg-packed dish! Continue reading “Around the World – Morocco – Chickpea Tajine with Couscous”
For Chantal’s birthday party, I made some Scotch eggs with a delicious herby dipping sauce. This is the veggie version.
For Chantal’s birthday party, I made some Scotch eggs with a delicious herby dipping sauce. This is the meaty version, I will post the veggie one later this week.
For Chantal’s birthday, I was looking for a recipe for one of those fantastic cakes entirely covered in Maltesers, but along the way, I got distracted by this “Malteser tiffin”.
I got some packets of De Cecco’s mini gnocchi, chicche di patate, so started looking for recipes to find a sauce that was not the standard browned butter with sage leaves.
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”
Moments after the kids started digging in, they paused and – almost in unison – said: “wow, this is good.” I spontaneously got a 9.5 out of 10 and the constructive feedback that “a 10 out of 10 was well within reach if I added more cheese”. Smartasses… Continue reading “Orzo with Tomato, Red Bell Pepper, Grana Padano and Thyme Infused Oil”
My first attempt at a Soufflé Cheesecake. The taste very closely resembled a regular lemon cheesecake, but the structure is amazingly fluffy and light!
It’s getting closer to autumn. The urge to cook hearty soups automatically increases…
Ask anyone to name a cold tomato soup from Spain, and the reply will be gazpacho. However, salmorejo is a fantastic thick tomato soup from Córdoba that is eaten cold too.