Baked in sauce.
Or stuffed cabbage.
With chili powder, dry mustard, and cayenne.
This is a tough one, for me.
The crisp stuffed triangles we typically identify as samosas.
I wonder how many years it took to have this conversation via recipe card.
Let’s settle the bottom-crust debate.
Let’s talk a bit about the chuck wagon, a cross between a kitchen and a roll-top desk.
A Christmas present to unwrap at the table.
Don’t have masa handy? Here’s an option.
With kidney beans.
Macaroni and beef, sans bechamel.