Leg of Lamb is a dish that’s near and dear to my heart. I never see it on any menu so this holiday season, I had to make it when I saw it for sale. It has a distinct flavor, different than any other roast and in my opinion, better than rack of lamb. It’s rubbed down with garlic, rosemary and olive oil then roasted to a juicy medium rare. Served in thin slices next to hearty roast potatoes and butternut squash and peas w mint. Drizzle with a little lamb gravy and get ready to tuck in ’till Christmas morning. Continue reading “Aussie Leg of Lamb”
Thursday night. Almost the weekend, but not quite. One more night of eating in. I check the fridge–chicken. Just chicken. Less than inspiring, practically boring. Then I remember what I’ve been wanting to make. Feeling victorious, I announce “I’m going to make adobo.” Continue reading “Sticky Chicken Adobo”
This Little Piggy Part III
(Continued from Part II)
I know. Liverwurst. Doesn’t sound appetizing, but trust me. It’s awesome. I used to be made fun of for bringing liverwurst sandwiches to school. Those guys didn’t know what they were missing! We used our Shinsato pig liver to make a tasty pâté’ for banh mis on the beach. Continue reading “Shinsato Pork Liverwurst”
This crispy gau gee is so ono! It does not disappoint. Made with wonton pi from Young’s Noodle Factory, fresh fish cake from Chinatown, and a tangy ponzu dipping sauce.