This is a dish my family and friends ask me to bring to potluck/cook-outs! NEVER any left to bring home! (my sister brings a bowl to take what MIGHT be left) Taste great hot out of the oven or "room temperature"
This, quite simply, is baked onions, cheese and cream. Nothing to do with goose at all! A traditional dish from Whitley Bay, on the coast near Newcastle-upon-Tyne, I have no idea how it got its name. Never mind - it's good English "tucker" as we Aussies say, just the thing on a cold winter's night. I like it a bit more 'cheesey', so feel free to add some extra if you do too. From 'The Foody'.
The flavor is indescribable. It exceeded all our expectations! I am posting this side dish because I want to encourage everyone to try this wonderful recipe. It is semi-sweet and very rich. Let me know what you think! Don't remember where I found it, but it's a staple at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and throughout the year. *The recipe calls for green beans, but I have only made it with Asparagus.
This is a sauce I found as part of a tempura recipe. I don't really care for breaded fish, so I just made the sauce and tried it with fish. Very tangy and flavorful. I also tried it with chicken - I haven't tried it with beef or pork, but if anyone does, let us know what you think!
I don't know what it is about these potatoes, from the cookbook Second Helpings from Union Square Cafe, that is so good. Roasting them in sea salt in a cast iron skillet just does....something. I love preparing this recipe; it's almost like a ritual! :) Preparation and cooking times are close guesstimates. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!