I love to sit at sushi bars, but this is one of my favorites.
It only took me a few meals in Thailand to realize that anyone who’d ever served me Thai food in Atlanta had lied to me.
I’ll cut the crap and get down to brass tacks. You’ll either love ramps or hate them.
Before you can start pounding a curry paste, you have to prep your ingredients. As you’ll see in the video, Thai green curry paste has quite a few moving parts.
More ethnic cooking, more ethnic dining, more photos and even video is coming!
Cut straight from a whole pig marinated in mojo criollo, crispy, sticky skin still attached…
It’s probably worth reiterating that I am Southern. While I write about and cook a lot of food that seems, well… foreign to some people, I was Southern first. Yes, I’m of Minorcan-Ukrainian-Polish-German-Welsh-Huguenot-whatever descent, but most of my DNA has been around these parts for two or three generations. And because of that, nothing will […]
Vegetables? With no meat? You must be at the wrong blog… Truth be told, I do eat the occasional vegetable. A recent trip through the Buford Highway Farmers market landed me with a beautiful bunch of greens labeled simply as “quelites“. Much like the Southern usage of “greens”, which could refer to collards, kale, mustard, […]
Unfortunate circumstances drew us to Miami last week. On the day I flew out, A. and I decided to have a quiet breakfast together at Delicias de España in Coral Gables. At 10:30 on a Tuesday, the restaurant and market were quiet with only a scattering of customers. Jamon de Serrano Breakfast was simple Spanish […]
Pantries are meant to be cleaned out occasionally. Old, stale ingredients have to go, some items need to be used before they expire and some staple items just need to be replaced. I thought some of you might be interested in a few of the ingredients I keep in my pantry (this doesn’t include things […]