According to "The Art of Spanish Cooking" where I found this recipe, sherry does miraculous things to orange juice. In the USA, this drink is called a Spanish screwdriver. In Spain, a dry sherry would be used, but sweeter types are also good. Any convenient proportions can be used, and a combination of orange juice and soda can be substituted for the juice.
Also called jhalfarazie or jalfrezi, this is a method of using up leftovers. Some cooks prefer to use at least two kinds of meat and fish. From "Indian & Chinese Cooking from the Himalayan Rim," by Copeland Marks.
During the rainy season (May to October) in Sikkim, the lush Himalayan hills are filled with wild mushrooms, which are gathered for home use. This particular preparation was a favorite of the chogyal, the last king of Sikkim, according to his cook, Puchung Lepcha. Adapted from "Indian & Chinese Cooking from the Himalayan Rim," by Copeland Marks.
From "Indian & Chinese Cooking from the Himalayan Rim," by Copeland Marks. A boatman paddling his canoe on one of the lakes in the beautiful vale of Kashmir fell in love with a girl called Noori. In order to declare his affection, he prepared a luscious platter of fish balls from his family recipe and presented it to her. They lived happily ever after, as the recipe is named after his beloved Noori.
From "What's Cooking in Portugal" by Saul Krieg. Porto, a vintage fortified wine, is made from grapes grown in the legally defined area 50 miles above Oporto, Portugal.
Cobblers were popular drinks in the 19th century, consisting of a base spirit (originally some form of wine), sugar and fresh fruit.
From "Dinner at Buckingham Palace" by Charles Oliver, who worked for the British Royal Family.
"If fresh peas are available, cook one cup in water until soft and rub them through a sieve into the soup. Should they be very young and small, include the pods."
If you get tired of store-bought peanut butter and almond butter, why not make your own walnut butter? It's so easy! Mollie Katzen adds a little cinnamon and honey! It's best to refrigerate since there are no preservatives.
Some types of dinosaurs eat plants (zucchini), others eat meat (beef) and the not-yet-discovered Mole dinosaurs prefer chocolate! A fast, affordable one pot meal for kids of all ages. You can use any canned pasta for kids (Spaghetti-O or other shapes) to make it fun; shown in my photo are Annie's Organics All-Stars.
According to The Florida Keys Cookbook, where I found this recipe, the Bahamians held the conch in mystical regard, believing its consumption enhanced male potency. They brought the recipe with them when they immigrated to the Florida Keys.
Recipe from Odense. Marzipan is the surprise layer that separates the dark chocolate fudge from white chocolate fudge with the rich flavor of almonds. Extremely rich and what an impressive presentation! The three hour cook time = the time to chill.
Absolutely delicious and you can make this fresh dressing in minutes. The walnut oil may seem expensive but compare to what you are paying for bottled dressing that contains chemicals! From La Tourangelle.
These fudgy brownies owe their richness to the use of coconut cream instead of butter. The coconut flavor is very subtle. For even greater decadence, serve them with Recipe#433520. From Miami Spice: The New Florida Cuisine.