The Best pupusa recipe ever from Rhina Jimenez who has made thousands and thousands of pupusas over the years. With curtido this recipe features warm oozy cheese encased in a griddled maseca dough.Read More
We feel pretty lucky when brilliant authors who win James Beard and Julia Child awards share with us so generously. Darra Goldstein’s book, The Georgian Feast, of which I have two copies (old and new), is a love letter to the people, food culture and ingredients of Georgia.
This is not a picture book people, but I promise you will not be disappointed- so put on your big girl pants, pick up this book and read. The words bring this culture to light so vividly that I promise you’re wanderlust will kick into full force and you’ll be packing up your bags in no time.
Long simmered Stews of lamb and quince, grilled meats roasted on an open fire, vegetables marinated in herbs like summer savory, marigold and blue fenugreek….and bread, bread that will have your head spinning, your mouth drooling and your stomach full and very darn happy with yourself for even making the bread in the first place.
The book has a few different recipes for Khachapuri, perhaps the most well known bread and Georgian dish for that matter. Here we have both a recipe for basic Khachapuri which I can tell you is extremely simple to make, and tarragon pie-a stuffed bread filled with hard boiled eggs, tons of fresh tarragon, basil, dill and ground spices like coriander and dried marigold.
To check out her beet puree and walnut recipe, visit Liz Rueven’s site Kosher Like Me to grab that vibrant pink recipe that is reflective of the array of vegetable dishes in Darrra’s book.
The Inherited Plate shares our favorite non turkey Thanksgiving recipes. Sides, soups, desserts and vegetables coming at you from New York, Cali and beyond. From chefs Stephen Durfee, Angela Pinkerton, Ashley Faulkner, Lexi Dilligard and our amazing home cooks like Batia, Ziva and Balbina. I threw in a few of mine for good measure. We've got recipes from Hungary, Mexico and Ohio! cheers from Our Inherited Plate community to your family and friends celebrating the holidays.Read More
Got tomatoes? Well we we've got some recipes to keep you cooking until the season's done. Check out The Inherited Plate's best tomato recipes from chefs, home cooks and founder Danielle Rehfeld.Read More
Spaghetti and Yogurt is a childhood favorite of mine. The recipe is rooted in the Levant and is part of the Nashdidan culinary tradition. Nashdidan refers to the name of the language and people of a group of Assyrian Jews who lived in Syria, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Kazahkistan, Turkey and Afghanistan. They speak a dialect of aramaic called Nashdidan. Today less than 4,000 Jews speak nashdidan.Read More