Tag Archives: parsley

Get Festive: Shredded Chicken Tacos Using an Instant Pot

We wanted shredded chicken tacos. Our Instant Pot, per usual, handled the heavy lifting. Do not sleep on our homemade pico de gallo, though.

Pork Shoulder Tacos with Asian Slaw and Sriracha Mayo

In a recent article, we supplied a recipe for sweet chili sauce braised pork shoulder. We incorporated the pork into spring rolls, which were wholly satisfying. If you’ve ever made pork shoulder, though, you know that it results in a ton of meat. So, we had leftovers. A lot of leftovers. Being both conservationists and […]

So fresh and so cool: our Sweet Chili Sauce Braised Pork Shoulder Spring Rolls

Come summer, we start craving spring rolls because they’re cool, crisp and fresh. We developed this recipe for sweet braised pork shoulder spring rolls.

This Creamy Mushroom Polenta Will Bring Eastern Europe Home

For something so straightforward, something with a main ingredient as cheap and basic as corn meal, the dish tastes blissful. Here’s our recipe for creamy mushroom polenta in the pressure cooker.

Savory Takes its Turn: Sharp Cheddar Cornmeal Waffles with Fresh Parsley

Sunday has been designated “Waffle Day.” Today, though, savory took its turn. We made sharp cheddar cornmeal waffles with fresh parsley.

Pressure Cooker Mushroom Risotto with Buttered Shrimp Sous Vide

The pressure cooker, like us fine gentlemen, makes magic happen. Here’s our recipe for pressure cooker mushroom risotto with buttered shrimp sous vide.

Pressure Cooker Beef Cheeks in a Red Wine Gravy

Last night, we ate a better dinner than you did. We’d bet our house on it. Any takers? We didn’t think so. Just look at that photo. So delicious. Even more impressive than how the meal tasted was that we made it at home. You know, like with our bare hands. Mostly with our bare […]