I’ve been wanting to do a breakfast or brunch dish for a while and I’m glad to finally have a chance to offer up something that would be great on a lazy weekend morning. It’s a dish called Migas that originates in Spain. Made with rough breadcrumbs, garlic, oil and spices along with some nice […]
Ingredient Archives: Paprika
Conventional wisdom tells us to avoid the oven in high summer but I propose an exception for Quiche. Although you have to deal with a half hour of oven time, you get a delicate, versatile and very picnic (or garden) friendly dish.
I’m going to call it now. Whiting —Merlangius Merlangus— is not a very exciting fish on it’s own. It’s an ethical fish sure, being pretty abundant this side of the Atlantic and cheap as chips, but it just doesn’t pack any weight. As the The Oxford Companion to Food suggests: “It is easy to digest […]
While looking for good foods to explore for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Passover, I found an intriguing recipe from Claudia Roden’s Book of Jewish Food. It was for a soup made using dried fava (or broad) beans. Apparently it’s eaten in Morocco during passover as “that is what the Hebrews ate in Egypt”. I […]