One of the hottest book series of the decade has been the Hunger Games Trilogy. Serious action and heartbreak… and so many descriptions of great food that it’s inspired the blogosphere to try and capture a taste. This is our version of Katness’s favorite dish in the Capital – a lovely lamb and prune stew, [Read More...]
Almost everyone who visits Jamaica has come back with fond memories of ‘patee’ purchased from a local street vendor. While we wont make any claims to authenticity, Naomi’s version of this recipe will give you a close approximation of the much loved Carribean street pastry, lightly flavored with curry and filled with a spicy, saucy [Read More...]
Naan is a sweet, buttery flat-bread that is perfect for sopping up all the well-spiced juices from Indian curries and dishes. We also like to take naan and use it for sandwich wraps.
As part of our Louisiana Whatcha Want Wednesday request, this particular recipe tickled Naomi’s fancy because of the name – through a LOT of trial and error, we’ve determined that the closest thing you’ll find this side of heaven to the original, real, shattering crust Leidenheimer bread is our sourdough bread, made with our very [Read More...]
People from all over the world love Lousiana cooking – what many don’t realize is that there are several distinct cuisines in the state – two of the most popular (and often confused with one another) are Cajun style and Creole style. Simply put Creole is city food, and Cajun is country food in the [Read More...]
This is a favorite dish of the Poe Family – you will love the deep flavor that comes from using our homemade Hoisin Sauce recipe, and our special method of preparing the duck will definitely give you great texture. As with all great Chinese American foods, this recipe is quite work intensive so plan well [Read More...]
Hoisin Sauce is a common ingredient in many Chinese American Dishes like Moo Shoo Pork and Peking Duck, and it is well loved by many people for it’s tangy, slightly fermented taste. Most commercial versions have wheat flour, so we’ve created one that you can make simply and quickly (and relatively cheaply!)