İçli Köfte, or kibbeh as it’s called in Arabic, is a traditional Turkish snack. People who visit Turkey don’t know it exists. People who leave Turkey never forget it.
Condensed milk heated with coco powder, rolled with butter and chocolate sprinkles…can you feel your arteries clanging shut right now?
Everyone knows you don’t make friends with salad. But everyone also knows rules were made to be broken.
This article originally appeared on Brokeassgourmet.com
Summer food should not be over-thought.
It should be light, so as not to weigh you down in the heat. It should feature bright, bold flavors, capitalizing on the incredible bounty of produce available this time of year. It should be portable and picnic-friendly. And, most importantly, it should come together quickly, so that you have more time to spend enjoying it with the people you love.
Assam laksa has some serious culinary cred. It’s been voted #7 on the World’s 50 Most Delicious Foods by CNN Go in 2011 (right behind the hamburger).
Recipe taken from Venezia: Food & Dreams by Tessa Kiros
Tiramisu an be varied as much as you like: make it less sweet, more sweet; serve it with gratings of dark chocolate on the top; use whatever alcohol you like, such as Grand Marnier, whisky or marsala. It’s also very easy to make double the amount.
She has tiny hands.
Hands like small birds that flutter around the kitchen, gathering herbs, picking spices, covering her mouth to laugh. With those hands she leaves a trace of thanaka on my brow and grinds turmeric to a fine dust. Her name is Thein and she is the best cook in Burma.