I've done the research. Tested recipes. Failed. Failed again. Then, finally succeeded! Look no further for the most delicious, suclant, fall off the bone ribs! These ribs get their flavour from a dry rub overnight and then slowly cooked in the oven. Topped off with a home made barbecue sauce for some extra deliciousness! Try them the next time you feel like going out for ribs and you won't be disappointed!
Keep reading, because they are good. Honest!
I have grown to love these tiny little fried fish. I used to always associate anchovies with something I was never ever going to eat. Well, times change. If you like any small fried fish, I promise you will love these. They have to be fresh and luckily these we caught local the day I cooked them. Can't get a whole lot fresher than that. Served with just a squeeze of lemon and they make the perfect tapa!
I'm not much of a coffee drinker. Well, I used to be but for some reason it doesn't agree with me too well these days. A few years back I quit it all together and felt much better. However, nowadays I have an occasional cup that that seems just fine. So what better right now in JUNE than iced coffee! It is easy to make, refreshing and you still get your caffeine kick to boot!
It's officially barbecue season! Summer is just about here in full swing and I know we will be firing up that grill more times than I can count. And what goes well with any barbecue? Side dishes! Here I have put together a collection of 20 dishes that would make any barbecue proud. From traditional Creamy Potato Salads to Grilled Veggies straight off the grill, we got it all wrapped up here. So let's get the barbecue fired up, make the sides in advance and sit with a cold one. Cheers!
I am pretty certain that every place on planet earth has their version of meatballs. When I think about Spanish cuisine, I don't automatically think "meatballs". Do you? But they are on pretty much every single menu in town and you are no home cook if you don't have your favourite casera recipe.
This was my very first attempt at the Spanish style Albondigas en Tomate. I went to my trusty and reliable source, Karlos Arguiñano! I have not had a failed recipe from him yet. This recipe is a close replica of his and I have to say was pretty darn authentic. Filed in "To make again."
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Hello and thanks for stopping by. I'm Julia and I have a passion for wholesome fresh food. Here you can find what's cooking in my Spanish kitchen, with inspiration from my Newfoundland roots!
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