Moxie soda is a beloved New England soft drink first created in 1876 as a medicinal beverage. It’s flavored with gentian root, giving it a bitter flavor, with hints of cola, root beer, and Dr Pepper, which is what you should substitute if you can’t find Moxie where you live. It’s the secret ingredient in these beans, giving them a complex, sweet, and fruity flavor.
In Israel stuffed vegetables like these are a culinary treasure.
This recipe is down and dirty and our new go-to summertime quick and easy dinner.
Top with the peanuts and shallot. Serve with the sauce for diners to dress and toss their own bowls.
This, I hasten to say, is my personal version of stifado, to which several of my Greek friends gently object.
Chow mein made from scratch using all fresh ingredients, including frying up my own crispy noodles.