Yuca is a South-American starchy root that is used in somewhat the same way as potatoes . In Norwegian stores it is often called cassava.
A very special occasion before Christmas called for a very special meal. Our friends Glen and Ingrid returned to Norway from their current home in Sydney, and we invited them along with Mathias and Kine (heavy lifters, heavy eaters) to dine in Nydalen. What better opportunity to whip out some of those exclusive products from Matbazaren.no again? The following recipes are somewhat complex and need to be explained in detail to ensure a good results. Starting with the brioche buns that needs to be
We got a present from Marius a while back; a 1971 Barbaresco. The only way to enjoy such a wine is in the company of great people, and as such we decided to invite Marius for dinner. A Xmas celebration before Christmas. A "two foodies eating" with more foodies kinda meal.
Time to test some more of the awesome products we received from Matbazaren.no. This time we wanted to make something with the confit duck. Confit duck is duck legs cooked and then preserved in duck fat. What better match to this fat meat than some sweet chinese pancakes (jian bing) and hoisin sauce?
This dish is of course inspired by Hitchhiker, who recently removed it from their menu.
This dish is part of Andrea's family tradition, and the recipe has been passed on for generations. Only one person of each generation is granted the privelige to learn the process. The idea is that the family has to be together to be able to enjoy this meal. This is just half of the recipe - the second part involves a different stuffing. We will make that once we get closer to Christmas, when @donmahr is coming for dinner at our place.
This creamy butternut squash soup with shredded chicken is perfect for cold winter evenings and rainy Sundays. As always, good ingredients are key. We bought Røros milk, butternut squash and the other vegetables at Gutta på Haugen. Our favorite gourmet shop in Oslo.http://www.twofoodieseating.com/uploads/4/2/5/9/42590049/2425523_orig.jpg
Ají de Gallina - "The chili of the hen". Traditionally this Peruvian dish is made with hen, which gives a different taste, but our recipe is with chicken. We used chicken because it is more available, and you are actually just supposed to use the breast fillets. Good quality hen can be hard to find.
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