Patatas Bravas is a traditional Spanish tapas dish consisting of crispy, fried potatoes drizzled in a smoky salsa brava made with tomatoes and smoked paprika. They are sometimes also dressed up with garlicky aioli, and are undoubtedly one of the best tapas dishes out there.
Cream of mushroom soup has really gotten a bad rap over the years. At least for me, whenever I hear the name, I think of those little cans of gray sludge from which so many mediocre casseroles are built. This is not that soup. When made with care, and especially when made with gorgeous, wild morels, cream of mushroom soup is rich, decadent, and delicious. And, most importantly, it won’t remind you one bit of that green bean dish aunt Gertrude always brought to Thanksgiving. Made with plenty of butter and cream, all infused with the earthy, nutty flavor of morels (as well as a bit of rosemary) this dish will absolutely change your idea of what ‘cream of mushroom’ means. Continue reading Cream of Morel Soup
Morels are one of the most delicious and least available ingredients out there. They are seasonal and fickle, with a brief season most years, but are undoubtedly one of the most glorious finds for the beginner mushroom hunter.
The past six weeks or so have been absolutely amazing. The Kickstarter campaign was a huge success, raising a total of $15,411 from 229 backers in at least 14 different countries! That means that we raised enough to print a first run of 3,000 paperback copies of The Buslife Kitchen Cookbook! Continue reading Pre-Order a Cookbook Today!
Shakshuka is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomato, pepper, onion, and fresh herbs. It originated in northeast Africa in the time of the Ottoman empire, and has since become popular in the middle-east and really all over the world. It is a wonderful dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and it is also perfect for vanlife. Continue reading Shakshuka