Koreans have been fermenting vegetables to make kimchi for centuries, with the green onion jook pa kimchi being one of the more approachable dishes. This recipe is a riff on that style using three cornered leaks as the main ingredient.Read More
There's a wide world of invasive species out there, just begging to brought to the table. Of course, some species lend themselves to the plate easier than others, but there's something for everyone out there. The collection recipes here should appeal to squeamish and adventurous eaters alike, so take a minute to poke around. If you don't see what you're looking for, drop me a line and I'll see if I can help.
Laissez les bons temps rouler with this Creole classic. If you have regular access to crawfish and aren't already making etouffee, start now. Unlike those pictures from last year's Mardi Gras party, you won't regret it...Read More
Sure, there are plenty of ways to cook snails, but you can't ignore the classics. This recipe uses mushroom caps instead of the traditional shell presentation. Break out the garlic butter, folks, it's time for some snails.Read More
While they may have been slapped with the unfortunate nickname of "mud buds", crawfish are, at their very essence, freshwater lobsters. What better way to enjoy them than with this take on the classic French shellfish bisque?Read More