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Make Quesabirria Tacos At Home

Make Quesabirria Tacos At Home

This recipe is a follow up to my basics post for How To Make Beef Birria, which I have been eating in different ways for the past four days. I find that one of the best things about stew meats…they last a while and are 

Beef Birria

Beef Birria

Birria is a traditional Mexican stew that originates from Jalisco. It has gained in popularity over the last few years due to some inventive street taco vendors making the delicious quesabirria. Traditionally birria is make with goat, but as that’s harder to find than beef, 

Andalusian Gazpacho

Andalusian Gazpacho

It’s almost strange that this site has been up for over a year and I’ve yet to put on a gazpacho recipe. Gazpacho, for those that don’t know, is simply a cold vegetable soup that is mainly eaten in summertime. While there are plenty of 

Yakitori Duck Salad With Rocket And Figs

Yakitori Duck Salad With Rocket And Figs

Duck has to be one of my favorite birds because it’s one of the few you can treat like a red meat. You’ll never see me have a pink chicken breast on the site, but you’ll also never see me post a gray slice of 

Gourmet Goat Cheese Jalapeno Poppers

Gourmet Goat Cheese Jalapeno Poppers

Jalapeno poppers are as ubiquitous in American casual dining as ‘flair’ and microwaved main dishes. From the greasiest dive bar to the classiest Chili’s I’ve seen jalapeno poppers on menus in some of the best states (and the flyover states too). Surprisingly, jalapenos are not 

Langoustine Risotto (Risotto agli Scampi)

Langoustine Risotto (Risotto agli Scampi)

Risotto is one of my favorite comfort foods and this langoustine risotto is a bit of an upscale way to make it. If you’ve seen my QUAIL RISOTTO recipe then this recipe will also be familiar, substituting the quail stock for homemade langoustine stock. This 

Pasta all’Amalfitana

Pasta all’Amalfitana

One of the most popular regions in Italy for tourists to visit is the Amalfi coast. This ritzy, gorgeous region has beautiful views, quaint towns, and delicious seafood. Of course, you can’t really visit the Amalfi coast without trying their fresh seafood pasta. While a 

Cafe au Lait Flip

Cafe au Lait Flip

The cafe au lait flip is a coffee oriented cocktail that is part of the flip category of cocktails. While I do call it “cafe au lait” that could be a bit of a misnomer as there isn’t actually any coffee+milk ingredients. In fact, the 

Ukrainian Pork Plov (Rice Pilaf)

Ukrainian Pork Plov (Rice Pilaf)

Continuing on with my trend of traditional Ukrainian recipes, here is a popular home style recipe for pork plov. Plov is what Ukrainians call rice pilaf, and it can be made with a variety of meats. The most traditional is Ukrainian pork plov, and it 

Korean Prawn Scallion Pancakes

Korean Prawn Scallion Pancakes

Wow, it’s been over a week since I posted my last recipe. I’ve been learning video editing since I am helping Alona make a proper travel show for Jet Set Together. However now that I have a bit of free time it’s back to the