Galbi-tang is a hearty yet fragrant and often delicate clear beef short rib soup, traditionally offered at Korean wedding receptions. It is now one of Korea’s staple recipes and a regular entry in every Korean restaurant’s menu that’s worth its salt. (Pun intended. :)) Galbi-tang is not difficult to make; but, as all good soups and stews, it just takes some patience – that’s all. Time to cook, eh?
Abzhorka is a classic, traditional Russian dish that can be a starter, a side dish, a salad or a main course. (Fun, eh? 🙂 )
Simple and extremely delicious, Veal in Lemon Juice is a yet another one-pot, minimum-cooking-skill Sunday lunch stew or weekday special. Enjoy!
Cottage Pie or Shepherd’s Pie is a traditional British classic dish warming hearts and bellies. 🙂 Enjoy!
Armenian Lule Kebab. “Lule” means “sausage shape” in Armenian. (In the Near and Middle East they like their Kebabs (burgers, really) to look like sausages: long and skinny.) This Armenian Lule Kebab recipe is a good one: fragrant, complex and completely satisfying. The non-Kosher among us can accompany Lule with mint-flavoured yogurt.
Hunkar Begendi is an ultra-classic, traditional Turkish recipe whose name translates to “Sultan’s Delight”. As we can reasonably imagine there are many, many variations of Hünkar Beğendi: some recipes call for cheese and milk, others for milk and flour. Some call for lamb, others of beef. Some call for butter, others for olive oil and some “Westernized” versions even call for … vegetable oil and margarine (hello?). We chose a version that (we believe) is most representative of Turkey and its people.
Frikkadels, namely South African Braised Meat Balls, was very popular in Holland in the 17th and 18th centuries. (Yes, the idea for this recipe is… that old.) No wonder it followed the Dutch settlers all the way to South Africa.
Simple, fast and delicious, Siniyeh, namely Ground Lamb or Beef with Onions and Tahini Sauce in the Oven, is a Jewish recipe from Yemen that is been cooked in Israel today. Enjoy!
Burgers with Eggs and Lemon in the Pot – this is a unique one: minced meat is turned to burgers and then there’s sauteeing, simmering, eggs, lemon, flour, the works!
Beef with Eggplants in the Pot. A classic, simple, traditional, wholehearted, insanely delicious stew, Beef with Eggplants in the Pot needs no particular introduction. You can cook this recipe “as is” or you can use it as a base for your own tailor-made adjustments.
Pasta Bolognese – Variation in S Major 🙂 There are many variations of this predominantly red meat sauce Italian recipe. Some variations are complicated, some are simple; some are fast and others slow. We chose a simple, slow cooking variation (the “S” in “S Major”) that’s simply… memorable.
Beef Shank with Red Wine in the Pot. Cooked in a pot, casserole or an iron dutch oven – a quick & easy variation on Osso Buco (which is an Italian traditional classic dish).
Beef Rinder (Rolls) (or Rouladen). This is a German Traditional Cuisine Classic. We present to you a video we selected for Beef Rouladen from grandmother OMA! (“Oma” means “grandmother” in German.) Enjoy!
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