This is an exceptional recipe! I don't like black beans... well, I thought I didn't like black beans, until I made this recipe. Wow! I love black beans! This is a recipe from "The New James Beard", with quantities cut in half for a serving of 6 people, instead of the original 12. I hope you like it! (Preparation time includes preparing from dry black beans)
I grew up eating these but did not like the ones I could buy at the store.I finally found a recipe in an old James Beard cookbook at my local library so I could make my own.I use raw pork hocks instead of pigs feet because they have more meat in them.
This is from my numero uno resource James Beard and I love this recipe. I usually put more garlic in the butter but with a mushroom base, I restrain myself a la Dr. Strangelove, so that you can taste the mushrooms also.
This is my take on a James Beard recipe. So simple and quick, very few ingredients. This is the dish that turned me into a fish lover. Trick is to have everything ready to go when you start. It's fast from start to table.
I found this recipe in an old James Beard cookbook over 25 years ago. People beg me to make it. It's simple and easy and...addictive! Make this appetizer right before serving.
To preserve any leftover guac, store it in a container with a minimum of surface area exposed. Smooth out the top of the guac and put plastic wrap directly onto it to minimize oxidation (the browning of the guac). Seal the container tightly.
Here's another James Beard classic. This is our special anniversary dinner every year for the last 15 or more years since I found the recipe. The orange sauce is awesome! The Grand Marnier and the fresh orange zest really add that special touch. We usually double the sauce because we love it over rice on the side. It can also be made with roasted chicken, but duck makes it really special.
I've had this recipe for probably 20 years. We always let the kids pick dinner for their birthdays and all 5 of them pick this every year. I got this recipe out of one of James Beard's cookbooks and it is fantastic. Time does not reflect freezing time for the butter.
Got all day and in the mood to cook? This lamb is cooked for hours in a 200°F oven and the result is lamb so meltingly tender you can eat it with a spoon, hence the name! Taken from James Beard's last cookbook before his death in 1985.