After the food history of gumbo, it was suggested to me to check out the difference between gumbo and jambalaya.
What is great about this recipe is that you only have to marinate for half an hour.
- 2 tbsp orange juice
- 2 tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tbsp olive oil, plus a bit more for cooking
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1/2 garlic clove, minced
- 1/4 tbsp dried parsley
- pinch of dried oregano
- pinch of black pepper
- 2 yellow fin tuna steaks
Not only do I love ratatouille, but I am also a huge, huge, fan of the 2007 Disney movie. Regardless of your age, I would highly recommend watching it.
Although previously considered an old fashioned “peasant dish,” or at best a meal only vegetarians could enjoy, the movie undoubtedly sparked a new interest in this timeless dish.
This week, we’re looking at the difference between pancetta and prosciutto: similar names, different meats, comparable to ham and bacon. Or Canadian bacon.
Both are small, surprisingly healthy little fish. Let us check out the difference between anchovies and sardines.
Sausage, peppers, and onions is a classic dish I’ve made many times.
However, I used to simply throw all the ingredients in one pan, and heat until everything was just cooked; the peppers and onions were typically still semi-crunchy.
This time, I adapted a recipe from How to Cook Everything, wherein the onions are completely caramelized and the peppers separate easily with a fork.
It was a great change-up, and will likely be my go-to sausage, peppers, and onions recipe going forward.
- 1/2 medium white onion, sliced
- 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 1 red bell pepper, sliced
- 1 yellow bell pepper, sliced
- salt and black pepper
- 1 large turkey Kielbasa sausage, chopped into 1/2 inch pieces*
*Hot Italian sausage also works great.
I myself have yet to attempt making, or even try eating, Beef Wellington. However, it’s always intrigued me. Beef Wellington seems to be one of the most fancy-shmancy dishes out there – right up there with Baked Alaska.
How did this pastry-wrapped meat dish come to be?
They look awfully alike, but the difference between hummus and baba ganoush is actually rather simple. And significant.
Please note: baba ganoush has several other different spellings.