Once in a while I make chicken pate, but when I buy duck, I definitely use the liver for duck pate, one of my favorites! If you are making this pate for a couple of days and will eat it right away, you can cover it with a or plastic, but if you are making pate for a longer...Read more
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After making Peking duck, the next day I usually make duck soup, using the carcass of the duck, some leftover duck meat, bones, wings, neck, and the giblets. You can make the duck stock with all the parts of the duck, and afterwards you can add whatever to the soup you want, like meatballs, smoked tofu,...Read more
Rogaliki usually are a sweet combination between a pastry and a cookie with or without filling. This dish occurs in many European countries, such as 'Rogalik' in Russian and Ukrainian cuisine, 'Kipferl' in Austro-Germany, 'kifla' in Serbo-Croatian, 'rogal' in Polish, 'giffel' in Danish, 'rožok' in Slovak also, as well in Bulgarian, Hungarian, Swedish, Macedonian, Albanian,...Read more
Duck, Day #1. Peking duck 🦆 I have an old recipe of Peking Duck, but every time I add or change something to make it tastier. I think I found perfect one this time. Recipe is coming soon!
Sopa de jitomate rostizado con pimiento 🍅 Baked Tomato cream soup with bell pepper 🌶 This creamy tomato soup is made with fresh tomatoes and bell peppers, and it is delicious if you accompany it with cheese, croutons, or chips. You can use goat cheese for serving with this soup, or any other cheese. This time, I put in crumbled...Read more
Vareniki ( varenyky, pierogi, perogies ) are stuffed dumplings from Ukraine made from unleavened dough and different fillings. Some of the more popular fillings are vegetables, boiled potatoes, salted cabbage, baked pumpkin, fruits and berries, meat, mushroom, cheese, poppy seed, or buckwheat. My favorite fillings are meat, potatoes with onions and mushrooms, cottage cheese or curd cheese with cherries....Read more