Spanish recipes are not the same as Mexican recipes, so look at this list closely!
Escabeche is essentially a broad term for a fish dish cooked or marinated in some acidic solution. Of Spanish origin, this dish, which originally was a form of preservation, has made its way into most Spanish speaking colonies, being adapted mostly by the use of more commonly available fish while preserving most of the cooking […]
This is easily the best beef stew among all others I’ve cooked and tasted. . . in my opinion at least. It just has every element of a good beef stew covered(personal opinion again). Let me elaborate. This stew, as all others should, start with a good cut of beef. Though I leave choosing the […]
This is one tasty dinner. And pretty much like most rustic preparations, it’s simple, easy, complete. . . and most importantly, comforting. This recipe is essentially an all-in-one-roasting-pan home-cooked dinner. . . that type you’ll serve your family if pressed for time without any compromise in flavor. We’ll be complicating the process a bit by going […]
Cooking squid right – it’s either going for a flash fry or a slow tender braise. Anything in between would yield mediocre results. The problem is, going for a long and slow braise takes out much of the squid’s flavor, which is really naturally sweet. This was what I knew until I tried sous vide. […]