Another French classic I would never say no to, although it seems to originate from Italy as “pollo cacciatore”. Why this name “chasseur”? A “chasseur” is a hunter, so for me it has to be very meaty, hence needs the best quality chicken, nature and earth, so bring the best mushrooms you can find. Not […]
ITALIANO Scorrendo la lista di sfide per sbloccare il prossimo mondo, gli occhi mi sono caduti su due diverse “sfide accoglienza”: scrivi un articolo bilingue e descrivi cos’è la pace per te. Ho deciso di fondere le due cose perché per me la pace è qualcosa di così importante che non va tenuto per se […]
Voyage et langue universelle MOTS NOUVEAUX EXPLICATIONS Flamboyante C’est un adjectif pour dire que quelque chose est très brillant, spectaculaire. Creuset Il s’agit d’un lieu où diverses choses se mêlent et se fondent. Pamphlet Il s’agit d’un petit texte écrit en prose sur un ton polémique, violent et agressif. Dédaigneusement C’est un adverbe qui signifie […]
A Classic from Japan. It may be a challenge to find all the ingredients, but you will be rewarded by the result. Dashi, Tofu, Daikon, Fish cakes, Japanese mustard: oden is a dish to remember.
I make this dish for my significant other more than me. It’s pretty traditional and I, being me, have taken an untraditional approach. Enjoy! Chicken Cacciatore 2 boneless chicken thighs 1 boneless chicken breast 2 Tsp kosher salt 1 Tsp fresh black pepper 1/2 cup flour 3 Tbsp olive oil 1 red bell pepper, chopped […]
Since I have discovered Tarte Tatin during a long trip to France some years ago, I don’t bake any other kinds of apple pies or apple cakes anymore. For me, Tarte Tatin is the ultimate apple pie/cake dessert that contains the essence of wholesome aromatic cooked apples, sweetness from the light caramel sauce, and a […]
> (opens in a new tab)” href=”https://dreamingofmariacallas.com/2019/04/05/sure-sounds-good-part-one/” target=”_blank”>Read part one here >> > (opens in a new tab)” href=”https://dreamingofmariacallas.com/2019/04/18/sure-sounds-good-part-two/” target=”_blank”>Read part two here >> I missed a key part of the evening in part two! We had a pretty in depth discussion about exclusivity. It’s worth noting before I take you into the depths of […]
Jambalaya…the epitome of Creole cuisine. A spicy dish that combines cooked rice with a variety of ingredients that includes fire roasted tomatoes, onion, green peppers and almost any kind of meat, poultry, or shellfish.
Long before my son saw Cars, I counted six Lightning McQueens in our house, none of which I’d purchased. This happens when you live during end-stage capitalism.