RecipesDish typeSoupVegetable soup This is a vegetarian stock that I serve over couscous. It& 39;s also good on its own. Hard-boiled eggs can be added according to the number of people being served.12 people made thisIngredientsServes: 3 1 green pepper1 medium tomato1 onion1 large carrot1 large potato3 tablespoons of olive oil1 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper1 teaspoon hot sauce or Tabasco1.
Winter Crunch Salad Recipe Didn’t think you could eat brussels sprouts raw? Well you can, especially when they’re thinly sliced and tossed in a tangy, mustardy vinaigrette. Add a mess of kale, salty cheese, sweet-tart apple, and crunchy seeds, and you get a borderline addictive salad.StepsPreheat oven to 350°.
Open since 1937, the Buckeye Roadhouse is a Marin County landmark. The patrons here are quintessential Mill Valley — an eclectic mix of sharply dressed business men, hikers still in their hoodies, and perfectly coiffed young families. But no matter their attire, they’re all there to enjoy the consistently fabulous food that the Buckeye offers.
Servings: -Cooking time: less than 30 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Pumpkin strudel: Grate the pumpkin on a large grater and put it in a pan with caster sugar, cinnamon and vanilla sugar. leave the pumpkin. When it is ready, put it to cool. When it has cooled, spread the sheet of dough on the table and cut it in half.
And like every year, in winter, I couldn't resist making a cabbage with jumari :)) ... I cook it according to my grandmother's recipe ... simple and good :) 500 g sauerkraut200 g jumari preparation: less than 30 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Pickled cabbage with jumari: We start with cabbage: if it is too salty we leave it to salt in cold water.
Hiša Franko (Kobarid, Slovenia)Just outside Kobarid — the mountain-ringed town that, under its Italian name of Caporetto, figures in Ernest Hemingway& 39;s classic A Farewell to Arms — lies Hiša Franko, a renowned gostilna (Slovenian bistro) helmed by Ana Roš and her husband Valter Kramar, whose father owned the place originally.