When I join my wife for lunch by the university we sometimes go to Café Pomegranate. While this is primarily a Persian restaurant, sometimes they go a bit wild with their soup of the day. Last week it was lemon grass soup. It was so good that I decided that I would have to deconstruct it.
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One of our favorite meals during our stay in Hong Kong was tandoori chicken. What—you might think—does Hong Kong have to do with Indian food? When the British took possession of Hong Kong in 1841, they brought many Indian servants with them. After a hundred and fifty years some of these servants became entrepreneurs, some starting their own businesses and becoming quite wealth. As a result—at least 20 years ago—Hong Kong had some truly excellent Indian restaurants, tucked away is surprising corners.
I am making chicken cacciatore and rustic bread for Sunday dinner. I wanted a hot veg to go with these dishes. It has been a while since I made steamed artichokes.
I am making a Moroccan feast for my birthday dinner. A tajine is frequently served over a bed of couscous. I decided that my vegetable tajine needed a lemon couscous. I looked at several recipes, but they all seemed very shy with the lemon juice.
My sister, Karen, from the Northwest is coming for a visit so I am making a nice dinner for her. We Luecks really love two things when we get together, lamb and salmon. This time I decided to make salmon.