If you think that Thai food is all about curries, prepare to have a new favorite Thai dish. Pad Kra Pao (often called holy basil stir fry) is a quick and easy stir fry with amazing flavor. A good base of aromatics and a quick …
Author: A. J. Forget
This dish is a Brazilian cheese bread made with tapioca flour. It is gluten free and uses the stretchy nature of tapioca starch to create a gorgeous, stretchy bread. You’d swear it’s stuffed with cheese the way it tears, but that’s actually the tapioca (parmesan don’t stretch like that). Continue reading Pao de Queijo
I am an absolute sucker for custards, which makes this eggnog creme brulee my new favorite way to have that old holiday favorite. Eggnog is already pretty decadent, but it’s Christmas time, why not gild the lily?
In honor of Les Bleus’ attempt at a second consecutive World Cup tomorrow, here is my take on a classic French dish, chicken Provencal. Skin-on, bone-in chicken thighs are braised in white wine alongside shallots, garlic, tomatoes, olives, and chard, creating succulent meat, tender vegetables, and an absolutely stunning sauce. Definitely pick up a good baguette or two, as you will be sopping up every single drop. Continue reading Chicken Provencal
In honor of Morocco’s historic performance in this year’s world cup, I present you with a recipe for kefta mkaouara, a Moroccan meatball tagine. If you like shakshuka, prepare to be absolutely blown away by this dish. The base is very similar, a tomato-based sauce …
Today is likely to be Wales’s last day in the world cup, so here’s a Welsh recipe to send them off. In Wales it is called caws pobi, meaning toasted cheese, and has apparently been a popular dish since the 1500s. The first record of the dish is in an English cookbook from the 1700s where it is referred to as Welsh Rarebit, a confusing alteration of the word rabbit. Continue reading Welsh Rarebit