Slow Cooker Sausage Stuffing I've had all sorts of stuffings over the years - classic and traditional stuffings, my mom's attempt at American stuffing using plantains, even Stove Top stuffing. And Eddie makes a mean homemade stuffing that we've enjoyed these last few years. But I asked him to come up
Classic Bouillabaisse Let me just prepare you for the tragic news that this is not a Bouillabaisse. No Bouillabaisse prepared outside of the South of France can be. Our recipe is spot on, and the flavors are reminiscent to the Bouillabaisse I had several times in Marseille. But, still, it's not a real Bouillabaisse.
Japanese Curry Most people have never heard of Japanese Curry because the word curry automatically brings India to mind. But yes, Japan has its version, which has been overlooked by many in western cultures. How Japan came to adopt and fall in love with curry is thanks in part to the
Chicken Coconut Soup Originally a chicken dish with copious amounts of galangal (think ginger), Chicken Coconut Soup has evolved into a sumptuous and decadent blend of creamy coconut milk infused with the crown glories of Thai spices - galangal, garlic, Thai chilies, and lemongrass. It is a soup to
Acquacotta - Traditional Tuscan Soup This traditional Tuscan peasant soup, Acquacotta, was eaten by farmers to sustain them during the long farming hours until dinner time. Literally translated is called “Cooked Water". Day old bread or even stale bread was a common accompaniment. Anything to soak up the simmered flavors.