This tasty taco is made with ultra slow cooked short ribs, with homemade kimchi and apple slaw on a flour tortilla. To save time, if desired, use store-bought kim chi. Each component can be prepared in advance.
Ron Boucher writes, “This stew originated in the Brunswick, Virginia, area. It was passed down from the Acadian Indians. The original recipe has been enhanced a bit to make it more interesting, well rounded, and full flavored. Although it adds an Italian influence, the flavor of this is further enhanced by serving it with fresh pesto and grated cheeses.”
Chef Evan Mallett of Black Trumpet Bistro in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, prepared this colorful red and green pasta for Kathy Gunst’s class when he visited as a guest chef last December. He recommends serving the pasta with a mixture of seasonal farm vegetables, or with Kathy Gunst’s Spinach Topping.
Kathy Gunst writes, “Kids hate spinach, right? Wrong! When Chef Evan Mallett of Black Trumpet came to school to show the kids how to make homemade pasta, I quickly put together this simple topping. I wasn’t sure the kids would like it—but they ended up lining up for seconds and thirds!”
Chef Jeremy Bradbury served this creative dish at the recent Best of Taste Bash. The tangy black quinoa makes a pleasing visual contrast to the greens and is balanced by the sweetness of the duck meat and the creamy parsnip puree.