It appears that EatBufordHighway’s post on Spaghetti with Pork Belly earned us a “Featured Blog” position at WordPress. Not really sure what that means, if anything, but I thought it was pretty cool.
This has to be one of the best pasta sauces I’ve ever made – no recipe, nothing fancy – it just lets the ingredients speak. 1/2 lb pork belly, cut into lardons (about 1/4 strips – skin and all) 1/2 onion 3 cloves of garlic, minced 5 or 6 Roma tomatoes – I combined canned […]
I picked up this recipe (with a few modifications) from Profumo Profondo, so I’ll just add the link. Between the marinating and braise this dish takes a while (mostly non-active), but it’s well worth it. This is a classic braise, so it’s pretty hard to screw up. If you’re not familiar with pork belly, you […]
The best solution I have for a crappy week is to pickup a giant slab of pork belly and spend the weekend up to my ears in the best parts of the pig – skin, fat and meat. And I’m having a crappy weekend – so yeah, more is coming in the next few days. […]
For some reason lot of people still seem to have hang ups about the ethnic markets along Buford Highway. Regardless, BFM is still one of my favorites. The sheer volume of produce, meats and fish that move through this place ensure that you can usually find almost any ingredient you can think of, fresh and […]
Stopped by the Atlanta Farmers Market at Plaza Fiesta. I had a list – shrimp (hint: all of the Asian markets have great prices on seafood – and they go through a lot of it, so your chances of finding fresh are good), xiao bai tsai (the Mandarin name, “baby bok choi” in English, “Brassica Pekinensis” […]