Looking for some holiday cheer? Look no further. The following recipe is a hybridization of two recipes I found floating out there on the net. It combines two of my wife’s favourite holiday treats: rich, dark chocolate and mulled wine. Take some time to unwind this holiday season with a twist on an old classic.
My grandmother has filled my parent’s freezer with homemade borscht since before I was born. It’s been a rainy day, lunchtime staple for a longtime. But after living in Japan for nearly four years borscht-free, upon discovering tinned beets in a foreign food store, I set out on a quest to recreate my grandmother’s borscht.
On damp and dreary days when you’re chilled to the bone, it’s nice to warm up with some hearty stew. You can’t go wrong with this beef stew recipe. It has both chocolate and beer in it! Talk about a dynamic duo.
Have you ever wondered what makes some dishes authentic and others…not? Is there even such a thing as authentic cuisine? If you’ve ever thought about this, I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Looking for something to help you endure the cold this fall? Try this simple sweet potato soup. I promise you won’t regret it!