Smokey and Sweet Turkey Chili

Great Super Bowl recipe!   Great weeknight recipe! Quick, easy, and delicious! It was adapted from Katie Webster’s cookbook, Maple. I did modify a couple of things. The recipe called for adding 3 tablespoons of chili powder, I only added 2, and I omitted ground chipotle. It depends how much heat you like.  I toppedContinue reading “Smokey and Sweet Turkey Chili”

Okra with Plantain (Quimbombo’)

Quimbombo, a dish I remember seeing at the kitchen table many times. My mother assisted me by making the plantain balls. She recalled that it was a stew that was made with whatever was on hand. Here I used the recipe below as a reference, but the rest is  from my family to yours. AdaptedContinue reading “Okra with Plantain (Quimbombo’)”

Smoky and Sweet Turkey Chili

Great weeknight recipe! Quick, easy, and delicious! It was adapted from Katie Webster’s cookbook, Maple. I did modify a couple of things. The recipe called for adding 3 tablespoons of chili powder, I only added 2, and I omitted ground chipotle. It depends how much heat you like.  I topped it off with shredded cheeseContinue reading “Smoky and Sweet Turkey Chili”

Fish Chowder from Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada

Found this great little cookbook while visiting New Brunswick, Canada this month. We got the chance to have lunch in the quaint coastal town of Fundy, known for the fish chowder.  I believe this may be the recipe. It is absolutely delicious! The directions does state to put all the ingredients together at the sameContinue reading “Fish Chowder from Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada”

Chickpea Stew with Spinach and Chorizo

This is part 2 of my winter soup series. This hearty soup comes from the Catalonian region of Spain. I ended up adding more of the liquid from the cooked chickpeas . So you may want to reserve about 2 cups of the liquid instead of 1 cup. If you want to add grated cheese,Continue reading “Chickpea Stew with Spinach and Chorizo”

Olla Gitana (Gypsy Pot)

This winter squash, potato, pear and chickpea stew was even better the next day. You might have to cook the chickpeas a little longer and I would taste for salt. It didn’t say to add salt to the stew in the recipe but, I thought it needed it. It is a wonderful protein-rich, and noContinue reading “Olla Gitana (Gypsy Pot)”

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