Pork Cutlets Parmigiana Recipe

Pork Cutlets Parmigiana

Once in a while I have to go back to some old favorites and Pork Cutlets Parmigiana is one of them. It’s a real picker-upper, real soul food, an Italo-American classic. Memories of Marco Polo Restaurant in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill neighborhood! Alas, they have upgraded their menu to serve todays more monied crowd. Similar to Spaghetti with Meatballs this dish did not exist in Italy originally.

Chicken Bites with Spicy Maple Glaze Recipe

Chicken Bites with Spicy Maple Glaze

A sweet and hot dish that is reminiscent of a much loved American-Chinese take out, General Tso’s chicken. In this recipe, maple syrup or honey provides enough natural sweetness and lets the chicken crispness shine through. It’s less sweet than your run-of-the-mill take out and can be prepared in less time than making a call and getting the delivery.

Portuguese Pork and Clam Stew Recipe

Portuguese Pork and Clam Stew

Carne de Porco à Alentejana, a popular stew recipe of pork and clams from the Alentejo region in Portugal. The Alentejo, the region east of Lisbon, beyond (além) the river Tejo, is known for its rural beauty, ancient towns and villages and its excellent food and wine. A burst of flavors, a true representative of Portuguese cooking.

Etruscan-style Rabbit Recipe

Etruscan-style Rabbit

Tender rabbit meat in a savory sauce of herbs and spices. The original recipe from Tuscany calls for a hare but we’ll use the more easily available rabbit. Its mild flavor is similar to veal or chicken and it’s high in protein and low in fat.

White Bean Stew with Cured Pork Loin Recipe

White Bean Stew with Cured Pork Loin

Haricots Blancs à laVillagoise is a real soul food recipe for the winter season from the Vaucluse region in the Provence. Coco Beans are fresh, white shell beans, almost round. Their green pods turn yellow or red when mature. They are much loved in France and the preferred choice for dishes using white beans. If you can’t get Coco Beans use the Great Northern white beans or Cannellini beans.

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