We love lamb shanks! They are so almost falling off the bone scrumptious. Of course, if you can source local lamb, even better, the flavour is so delicate. We have found them to be smaller, so we adjust the cooking
In Mexico, this is known as Albondigas sopa. Albondigas are meatballs. The soup is very, very good! If you like it a little bit hotter, use a hotter salsa, or add a finely chopped jalapeno or serrano chili when sauteeing the onions.
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. This very tasty spezzatino (stew) is from the north east area of Italy. It’s quite simple to prepare and is braised in the oven. Traditionally it’s served with polenta. ** I have
I love Osso Bucco! We have even made Osso Bucco using turkey drumsticks! You can easily double the recipe if you have a bigger crowd or if you want lots of leftovers to store in the fridge. Using red wine
Eating Hungarian food in the winter just makes me feel warm all over. It’s a good idea to use good quality Hungarian paprika for an authentic flavour. This goulash would be great with spaetzle or medium egg noodles both of
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. I am a huge fan of both shortribs & oxtails. They have such a delicious unctuous texture when braised in a sauce made with stock, wine & chopped vegetables. They