Almost a year ago I made a really great stock from a really unique cookbook I had recently purchased. The stock was basically a doctored up miso, a basic miso soup but with the addition of coconut milk, garlic, ginger, lime leaves, chile and tamarind. With the weather being really kind of gross rain andRead more
I usually try to follow the directions to the recipes I make as close to exact as I can. For whatever reason this next recipe I failed at doing that. BUT luckily for me, Matt and the kids, who all ate this next recipe, it still worked out!
Guess what…I am back to the start of my bookshelf, which means we are revisiting my vegetarian cookbook, Plenty, which according to Amazon is a best seller!
Well I have to say I am super happy I had help for this recipe. There were a lot of elements and the recipe wasn’t the easiest to follow. It was also a lot of work. The recipe came from the cookbook Jamie Oliver’s Meals in Minutes.
Well I had a good streak of good recipes going, this recipe sadly ends that streak. The recipe comes from the book Barbecue by Clare Ferguson.
I have to say as I get more and more into cooking I am becoming more and more a fan of Mark Bittman. I own several of his cookbooks and the recipe from today’s post comes from one of the first cookbooks I ever bought, How to Cook Everything. I HIGHLY recommend this book forRead more