So far as a ramps recipe goes, this is an easy one. The origins of this recipe are Italian, where they call this method agrodolce, or sweet-and-sour. You can do this to any sturdy vegetable, from ramp bulbs to pearl onions, small turnips, carrots, parsnips, and even things like cauliflower. It is a great accompaniment
Smoked pork chops, using real, meaty, fatty, thick pork chops. Useful in all sorts of ways!
In America, we call these taquitos. Either way, they’re easy and delicious.
A lighter, brighter version of chili. This chili uses ground turkey, black beans, corn, tomatoes and dried chiles.
As a Jersey boy, this classic Italian-American pasta dish was one of my favorites: Linguini with white clam sauce. Clams, herbs, olive oil and lotsa garlic!
An easy turkey wings recipe from France. This is turkey wings a la Nice, braised turkey wings with vegetables, olives and a bit of vinegar.
Mexican picadillo is the real “taco meat” that Americans are used to. This picadillo is from Sonora and is not sweet like many others.
Goose wings can be tough as nails, but this recipe teaches you how to make them tender, smoky and delicious!