Category Archive for 'alcaparrado'
Posted in adobo, alcaparrado, Argentina, avocado, beans, Brooklyn, chicharron, chicken, cilantro, crispy, culture, diversity, fried, New York City, oil, plantains, Puerto Rican, restaurant, Restaurant Review, rice, spices, tostones, unhealthy on May 25th, 2011
While Queens may have the reputation for being the most ethnically diverse area in the United States, our very own borough of Brooklyn is certainly not bereft of global flavors. From the side-by-side Mexican and Chinese neighborhoods of Sunset Park to the century-old Italian areas of Carroll Gardens and Bay Ridge, to the more recently [...]
We really fell in love with Tortilla Soup after our trip to Santa Fe in June, 2006. We decided to make it at home and, with an adaption of 4 or 5 recipes blended into one, we’ve come up with our version of this spicy, warming soup. It’s pretty healthy and hearty too. We add [...]
I used to make these braised pork-chops quite regularly – several times a year, but I hadn’t made them for probably a year until last Thursday when Amy and I realized that we hadn’t even eaten pork chops for about four months. The recipe is actually one of my originals, although I’m sure there are [...]