The original recipe came from an ACCC culinary school learning packet, however the directions have been rewitten as the original was vague as it was geared for culinary students. It's a Spanish recipe known as Sopa De Ajo. Cooking times are approximate.
My DH claims he doesn't like white rice only brown. So of course, when I bought and cooked brown rice, he couldn't figure out what was wrong with it? So when he told me he only liked the brown rice with the egg in it, I realized that he did indeed like white rice, but fried white rice. This recipe is from my DD's culinary school with some additions. I have added approximate times and rewritten the directions.
I love Baklava. Years ago our family went to a Moroccan restaurant to celebrate our wedding aniversary. We sat on big satin pillows on the floor and ate with our hands. The guys in our party enjoyed the belly dancers. We enjoyed a honey lamb dish with various fruits, nuts and vegetables. For dessert they served baklava. I don't know how authentic it all was but it was definitely something we enjoyed and remembered. This recipe came from a learning packet from the ACCC culinary school my DD trained at. Since the recipes are geared to culinary students, I have rewritten the directions in a more step by step version with approximate times added. I have not tried this yet, although its on my to do list. Purchase cheesecloth for this recipe to make a sachet.
I love dungeness crab however I don't get it that often living on the East Coast. However, our local supermarket had fully cooked dungeness crab leg clusters on sale so I decided to make crab cakes from the succulent meat as my DH does not like to work for his crab.
This is a Bengali recipe out of a culinary school learning packet at ACCC. I have added approximate times, and rewritten the directions to make them clearer. I have not tried it, but my DD indicated that she liked it.