Today we are cooking up some Southern food, or Southern candy to be more precise. New Orleans Pecan Pralines!! This is truly a great candy that when made right has a delicious, smooth, and creamy texture. Like divinity and fudge, the Pecan Praline can be a little finicky as there
I love old school recipes!! Today’s recipe comes from the US Army and dates back to 1910. Creamed Chipped Beef over Toast. Talk about a simple and hearty meal that was responsible for feeding hundreds of thousands of military folk. The original recipe calls for salted preserved meat AKA chipped
Are you familiar with the classic Italian porchetta roast? The porchetta roast (when cooked correctly) is a beautiful thing. Each bite is rich, flavorful, fatty, juicy, succulent, crispy, and extremely delicious. The porchetta is a pork roast that is seasoned, rolled, tied, and roasted for several hours. This seems pretty straight forward and easy to do, but
Hummus is one of those dishes that I can sit down with to enjoy as a quick snack, and before you know it I’ve polished off an entire container. You name the flavor I’ve either had it or made it but one flavor reigns supreme in my book, Black Garlic.
Let me first start off by saying that I love Middle Eastern Cuisine. It really doesn’t matter to me where it’s from; Armenia, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt. I love it all!! The spices are exotic, the preparation techniques are ancient, and the food of course is delicious! I love kibbeh. It’s