Golden brown, sweet roasted garlic kicks it up a notch.
Spread on crusty bread, chop and add to a sauce, puree for the perfect compliment to meat, mix with sour cream and fresh herbs for a robust dip.
Easy to have around all the time. So versatile.
Already using the oven? Slice off the tip of a garlic bulb or two, sprinkle on a little olive oil and sea salt, place in the oven at 350 for 15-20 minutes…until golden brown. Peel away the paper thin skin, ready to eat. Stores well in refrigerator.
WALNUT BANANA BREAD
Riffing on a quick and easy Saveur recipe.
Once you are navigating the kitchen with confidence, experiment, substitute, improvise.
Our variation of the banana bread recipe used butter, olive oil, low fat milk, 50/50 whole wheat flour + unbleached flour, and lots of walnuts.
Lamb Meatballs with Cranberry Persimmon Sauce
gamey, juicy, sweet, tart
ground lamb, ground chicken, cooked quinoa, egg, curry, herbs and spices
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Acid Jazz with Gilles Peterson. feat. Brand New Heavies - Mark “Snowboy” Cotgrove - Steve Williamson and Bukky Leo at Dingwalls.
A must share from a Facebook post. This doc, Acid Jazz with Gilles Peterson, is about 30 minutes long and a gem of a music time capsule from over 20 years ago.
Pure music history for an often overlooked but fantastic genre and time. London was swinging in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Sundays at Digwalls was a cauldron of music magic, a simply awesome moment in music history.
The Acid Jazz music scene was an undefinable hybrid with more heads than an Hydra - Jazz, Rare Groove, House, Latin, Rap, Standards, DJs and Dance. Throwing a DJ in the mix was ground-breaking and only heightened the pulse and intensity of the room.
Take the time to watch this. Legendary!
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