This recipe is served as a starter to each dinner table at Kindred Restaurant in Davidson, North Carolina.Read more
It's perfect for saucing spaghetti, or served over a scoop of creamy polenta. And while it needs to simmer for hours in order for the flavors to develop, the preparation method is simple, straightforward, and stress-free. Yield: 4 servings Total Time: 3 hours IngredientsRead more
- 2 pound ground wild boar
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled
- 2 cups Chianti or other red wine, or...
Johnnycakes are the New England equivalent of tortillas, as they are a cornmeal flat bread. The simplest recipes call for nothing but cornmeal, boiling water, and a little salt. The batter should be fairly thin so that when fried on a hot griddle, the batter is no more than a quarter of an inch thick. Rhode Islanders take their johnnycakes so seriously that they hold baking and eating contests every year. In Rhode Island, traditionally, the cake is made only from fine white corn that has been ground by a water process.Read more
Bok Choy is one of my favorite vegetable and it seems to be perhaps the perfect vegetable, having soft, melting leaves and plump stems bursting with juice.Read more