Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh

This is essentially a mint and parsley salad that’s very popular in Lebanon and in the Middle East. Good tabbouleh is the result of careful prep. Use a very sharp knife to chop the herbs. Cut and clean the veggies, removing all of the gooey innards and seeds. You chefs in the audience will recognize …

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Making Gougères

Making Gougères

A gougère, in French cuisine, is a savory choux pastry with cheese. Grated cheese may be mixed into the batter, cubes of cheese may be pushed into the top, or both. Gougères are sometimes called cheese puffs in England. Here’s how to make Gougères–just follow this recipe: Ingredients: 2 cup milk 1/2 C. butter 2 …

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German Supper!

German Supper!

Julie created a great German supper for us with some recipes from Alton Brown and others on the Internet! We also had red cabbage as a side, but we got lazy and opened a jar… Here’s what we made: Sauerbraten (Alton Brown) 2 cups water 1 cup cider vinegar 1 cup red wine vinegar 1 …

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