This is one of my favorite comfort foods, and I will eat it warm, cold, or right out of the pot with a spoon. All spices can be ordered from World Spice Market. Dal Makhani (Kali Maa di Dal) Serves:6 Prep Time:PT0H15M 0H 15M Cook Time:PT0H30M 0H 30M Total:PT0H45M 0H 45M Ingredients […]
Kuku Sabzi is all about the optimism of the new year, of bright green things and satiety.
I would be lying if I said I didn’t use this errrythinnng.
Hi to everyone who joined me at the Roses’ beautiful home in Gig Harbor last night. As promised, here is the recipe for the marinated olives. BY THE WAY! It turns out that there was a giant omission in the red pepper sauce directions… as in there weren’t any, and that might be due to […]
Here’s my bonus recipe from my most recent PCC Class, Cool Weather Fish and Shellfish.
So here’s the thing. I’m waiting on the newest book by David Leite called Notes on a Banana: a Memoir of Food, Love, and Manic Depression. I’m looking forward to reading this because he is one of my food heroes. And frankly, I’m just impressed as all heck by the title. Way to put it […]
I had to get up at screaming-ass-o’clock AM to slow cook this lovely pork shoulder with porcini mushrooms and white wine in order for it to be done by, you know, today.
I am slow. Really slow, apparently, because I went ahead and made some mayo for my lunch today, which was roast chicken, which itself was another one of those… “well, why don’t you make it then?” scenarios.
Many years and a few lifetimes ago, there was this one recipe for cherry pie on my blog… Oh, yeah.
Verrrrry nice on a hot day, especially when you include the preserved lemon. Keeps those electrolyte levels up, dontcha know! Lushy Lemonade: rhubarb, vanilla and saffron simple syrup muddled with fresh and preserved lemons, topped with fizz.#cookingclasses #lesacooks #notamixologist #summerscoming A photo posted by Lesa Sullivan-Abajian (@lesacooks) on May 11, 2016 at 11:38pm PDT For […]