Yes, this is true, there is a Nutella Burger...seeing is believing.
Vanilla is so good. Why is it so expensive?
See how olive oil from Puglia is made.
If you find yourself at the Forodhani Night Market, don’t leave without paying a visit to Muhamedi, the Zanzibar Pizza Master. But if you’re expecting a greasy slice of ‘za, you’re in for a surprise. His culinary creations are little fried pockets of pure bliss, filled with everything from Snickers bars to octopus.
If you are trying to do the Meatless Monday thing – and good for you if you are – you may be looking for some yummy suggestions that will fill the bill (and your tummy). This recipe is one of my favorites. It’s so good you might not want to save it for Mondays. I promise it’s a great and easy meal to prepare at home any night of the week. It only takes minutes to prepare. Oh, the comfort of the precious pillow-like gnocchis! The richness of the butter toasted pine nuts! Meat or no meat, it’s a treat!
I was remembering our wonderful dining experience at Ramires in Guia, Portugal. Once we returned home, I started scouting for a great Piri Piri chicken recipe to try at home. There are many to be found on the internet, and I perused more than a few. I knew I had hit pay dirt when I found this recipe on a lovely blog by Nelson Carvelheiro. His Piri Piri chicken recipe also includes a photo blog of his sweet Portuguese grandmother making the recipe just as she has every Sunday for years. There is a terrific picture of her with her adorable black and white puppy. You’ll fill your cuteness quotient for the day.
When you can’t make up your mind whether your taste buds crave Asian or Italian, try this fabulous fusion. It has a split personality and when you can’t decide what you want, this schizophrenic delight will show you just how wonderful crazy can be. Kudos to Kay Chun who published this terrific recipe on the New York Times Cooking website. If you have not already subscribed, you should.