Traditional Carbonara does not have peas or cream, onions or garlic, but this is the version that our family loves, and since it has bacon and eggs…what else could we call it?
As I understand it, Al Pastor refers to the method of cooking sliced pork topped with fresh pineapple in a vertical roasting style similar to shawarma, however, we are accustomed to referring to anything marinated with chiles, spices and pineapple as Al Pastor. Pork shoulder marinated overnight and then roasted whole, fork pulled apart … Continue reading
While cooking Indian food for dinner, I realized that the Chana Masala (garbanzos) already contained many of the same spices required for Bainghan Bharta, (Indian roasted eggplant) such as tomato, turmeric, garam masala and dried coriander. So, one mushy dish was enough, we certainly didn’t need two mushy dishes with identical flavors. This version … Continue reading