This is our Thanksgiving Menu, but first let’s talk about food insecurity. It’s a problem everywhere and not only during the holidays.
African Peanut Butter Soup, aka groundnut stew, is for peanut lovers. Choose your vegetables, spices and proteins for a fabulous stew!
Chicken with rice and red miso remoulade is savory and sweet with soft rice but crisp sprouts and crunchy peanuts. A fabulous meal in a bowl!
Even a gringo or a gringa can make authentic tasting Mexican Tortilla Soup if they begin with the right recipe. This is one of them.
Mexican salted crema and the crunchy texture of walnuts with savory rotisserie chicken elevate this chicken salad above all others!
My Chicken Pot Pie is the rare exception. This heavenly stick to your ribs dinner turned out perfectly the first time. Mama loved it!
The Hot Brown was created to satisfy hungry hotel guests after a night of ballroom dancing. I make it to finish off the Thanksgiving turkey!
While working on her PhT, putting hubby through, my better half fixed this quick, easy and delicious crispy chicken. It’s as terrific now as it was then.
Lasagna Bolognese has flavors unlike any lasagna I have ever tasted. Beef, pork and veal plus a “mystery meat” and bechamel sauce make it unique.
My first taste of Coq Au Vin was at a restaurant called, what else, Le Coq. They closed a few years ago and I wept because it was a favorite dish.