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Pato Tim (Stewed Whole Duck)

Pato Tim (Stewed Whole Duck) by ShaleeDP

A duck recipe that Filipinos love.

2 votes
39298 views
Scouse

Scouse by Colin Callan

Scouse was brought to Liverpool by Northern European sailors, it was originally called Labskause or lobskause. This was finally shortened to Skause and over time the spelling changed to the more Anglicised version we know and love today, Scouse. Interesting Note: The Danish name is "skipper labskovs". In Swedish, it's "kallops".…

9 votes
25523 views
Khalia - Georgian Beef Stew

Khalia - Georgian Beef Stew by John Spottiswood

This is the incredible, densely flavored beef stew that I enjoyed so much at a Georgian restaurant in St. Petersburg, Russia. I've been searching for this, and finally I nailed it. I had this served in a sizzling cast iron pan in Russia, and while I didn't serve it that way to my dinner guests last night, it tasted just as good.…

8 votes
12744 views
Ginataang Baboy (Bicol Express)

Ginataang Baboy (Bicol Express) by ShaleeDP

I like spicy food and this is one of the many dishes that I enjoy sharing with my family and friends.

2 votes
37087 views
Pangat na Sapsap

Pangat na Sapsap by ShaleeDP

Butterfish (Sapsap) is a salt water fish that tastes so good when stewed in vinegar and tomatoes. A native dish that Filipinos enjoy eating any season of the year.

1 vote
13210 views
Cheesecake Factory White Chicken Chili

Cheesecake Factory White Chicken Chili by Jeff

This is the actual recipe for the Cheesecake Factory's white chicken chili, which is just so delicious. This comes from a Cheesecake Factory chef who was on a local morning program in Orlando, FL making this recipe for the viewers. You can see the actual video if you Google "Cheesecake Factory White Chicken Chili Recipe Orlando"…

5 votes
86423 views
Special Crispy Dinuguan

Special Crispy Dinuguan by ShaleeDP

I like this version of the pork dinuguan recipe. Very delish!

1 vote
27914 views
Tuna Flakes Afritada

Tuna Flakes Afritada by ShaleeDP

Healthy and tasty recipe.

2 votes
27199 views
Pork Goulash

Pork Goulash by John Spottiswood

This recipe sounds common, but it originates from the Boston Ritz Carlton where it was one of their three signature dishes for a long time. Once you taste it, you'll understand why such a common sounding dish could fare so well at the Ritz. It's awesome! It was captured by James Villas in one of my all-time favorite…

10 votes
7208 views
Ojo de Cabra Estofado (Eye of the Goat Bean Stew)

Ojo de Cabra Estofado (Eye of the Goat Bean Stew) by Ken Hulme

Here's my take on a traditional Mexican stew, using Ojo de Capra (Eye of the Goat) heirloom beans. This is a stew; it has beans in it. Chile does not contain beans.

5 votes
14972 views
Crockpot Carne Adovada Recipe

Crockpot Carne Adovada Recipe by John Spottiswood

We had this for dinner tonight and it was fantastic. The complexity of flavors - sweet, salty, spicy, and savory - is really amazing. It's better than 99% of the dishes I've ever been served in a mexican restaurant. I loved the carne adovada I had in Santa Fe, but I honestly don't remember any that matched this. If you try this…

7 votes
11787 views
Nyonya Chicken Curry

Nyonya Chicken Curry by Navaneetham Krishnan

Aromatic spicy thick creamy gravy with soft tender meat.

1 vote
2148 views
New England Clam Chowder

New England Clam Chowder by arthur jimenez

Easy, creamy traditional clam chowder without hassle.

7 votes
22447 views
Uncle Sidney's Red Beans

Uncle Sidney's Red Beans by Amos Miller

There are two ways to go here: smoked meats (sausage, rib tips, neck bones, ham, country bacon), OR pickled meat. Either way, you'll obtain a rich flavor profile and a satisfying meal. One, warm, soft, and smokey; one tangy, slightly sharp, sort of barbeque-y, but it's always PORK and beans in the end.. My culinary mentor, whom I…

2 votes
13466 views
Tomato Rice Pilaf

Tomato Rice Pilaf by Mary Joseph

This originated as a Lebanese dish that my mom always used to make, I tweaked it a bit adding tomatoes and mint and leaving out the meat that it called for. If you're a cheese lover this would be amazing with crumbled French Feta mixed in.

5 votes
18694 views