I called this the least woke curried chicken and rice recipe, because I probably stole ideas from sources I’ve not bothered to trace. Continue reading Least Woke Curried Chicken and Rice
Persian rugs, artwork, pillowed booths, and inscriptions written in Farsi adorn the space. Takht-e Tavoos’s brunch menu combines breakfast and lunch specialties and offers fresh salads of small plate mazeh (or meze) served with Barbary flatbread. Continue reading Takht-e Tavoos in Tehran-to
Up until a about 100 years century ago, lard was a popular source of fat for cooking and baking all over the world. In the last decade, trend-setting American chefs began using lard in their recipes (fat rendered from pigs). What changed? Continue reading Give Thanks to the Lard!
Some of the best recipe inspirations come from leftovers in the fridge. I made more farro than I needed for a Mediterranean salad earlier in the week. Farro’s whole-grain, nutty flavor works well in warm side dishes and cool salads. If you’ve never tried farro, think of it as a fatter version of brown rice with a more tender interior. I thought of using my … Continue reading Spinach, Farro and Feta Scramble
This idea was missing too long from my breakfast life. Poached eggs over baby spinach sautéed in onion, garlic, and Greek seasonings with feta. I happened to have all the right ingredients and wanted to try something new in the kitchen. Missing too long from my breakfast life. Poached eggs over baby spinach sautéed in onion, garlic, and Greek seasonings with feta. My own creation: … Continue reading Greek Spinach with Poached Eggs