Austrian Goulash

Austrian Goulash by Foodiewife

This recipe was taught to me by my Bavarian Mutti. I have, since, tried to measure and journal how to make this wonderful stew. This stew is made with beef chuck, a combination of hot and mild paprika (I use quality imported paprika) with a touch of caraway seeds. Served over spaetzle, buttered noodles or with tradition Semmel…

2 votes
Honey-Habanero Glazed Ribs

Honey-Habanero Glazed Ribs by Alex Marsh

Ribs can take a long time to cook, but it's worth it. Wonderful sweet and sour mixture to the glaze. You'll love it.

3 votes
Good Ole Fashioned Southern Creecy Greens

Good Ole Fashioned Southern Creecy Greens by Smokinhotchef

A low-country delicacy of sorts, creecy greens are often not found in supermarkets like more common greens i.e. mustard, kale, collard. Supply in the rural country is mainly a matter of who can identify the tangy green by sight and if the 'patch' is large enough to divvy out any to others. Generally a 'mess' of salad will only yield…

1 vote
Savory Country Style Corned Beef Hash

Savory Country Style Corned Beef Hash by Smokinhotchef

This recipe is a simple satisfying and quick meal. Canned corn beef is matched with potatoes, onions and green pepper for chunky forks full of flavor. With time constraints as well as trying to pinch pennies, it's nice to know you can happily create a meal for at least 4 people with just 1 can. Served simply with buttered or olive…

1 vote
German Rouladen (beef rolls )

German Rouladen (beef rolls ) by Chef Paul McGovern

I love German food !! This is time consuming to make and you will be in the kitchen for quite a while. So it is a great rainy day dish. Prep time for me is about 1 1/2 to 2hr and I am a Chef. The first time I did this about 20 years ago it took me 6 hr. to get it all done. That is cooking time also and it was at home. Spend the time…

2 votes
Lone Star Pork & Cabbage

Lone Star Pork & Cabbage by Tracy Morris

We didn't eat a lot of pork in my house growing up. I grew up thinking that beyond ham and bacon, pork was something that Yankees eat. And yes, we did use that term. Still do in certain parts. I was a little crazy about folks from the northeast as a young woman. I get along peculiarly well with people who hail from The City (as those…

1 vote
Mango Pickle

Mango Pickle by Navaneetham Krishnan

tangy and spicy taste and perfumed with curry leaves.

1 vote
Braised Fennel with White Wine

Braised Fennel with White Wine by La Tavola Marche (farm, inn & cooking school)

Fennel is a versatile vegetable that is often looked over for being too tough. Braising is a great way to soften this hearty root vegetable known to aid in digestion. The acidity & fruitiness of the wine compliments the aniseed flavored fennel and with a good drizzle of olive oil it finishes this dish perfectly. Serve with meat!

1 vote

Sauerbraten by B Innes

A great Oktoberfest meal

1 vote