the hole-in-the-wall coffee place near my childhood home of n'awlins used to serve cafe glace, which is essentially just a big cup of hot, sweetened coffee, with a huge scoop of vanilla ice cream in it. and it's indescribably wonderful. but you just can't have that kind of sugar load every day. if you keep the cherry puree premade, you can have this one every morning. made, but not submitted, for rsc 12.
a slight twist on a classic favorite, invented when i realized i had no butter. this is a wonderful breakfast or dessert, or just something to warm you up on a cozy fall day. it's one of my ultimate comfort foods. p.s.i usually just eyeball the ingred
i came up with this when i didn't have any butter to make garlic panko chicken strips to go with #51884 true lemon chicken sauce. panko is a chunky style of breadcrumb from japan, giving a nice crunchy finish.
this is a great way to make tilapia with a twist. easy, flavorful and good for you, it's different than the usual broiled, baked or fried tilapia i usually have. ingredients needed are minimal - i made it up with what i had on hand and it turned out beaut
ca kho to is a dish that families routinely eat on a regular basis. the sweet, savory and gooey goodness of the caramelized sauce of this dish is almost good enough to stand on it’s own mixed with plenty of jasmine rice.