Best sandwich ever! Now, some people may disagree with me. There are more elaborate, gourmet sandwiches and there are simple sandwiches, but when you’re hungry and looking for a descent, dare I say amazing sandwich you gotta eat a cubano. Don’t forget to pair it with a cerveza. I got hooked on these ever since watching Jon Favreau’s movie “Chef“. After seeing their expressions when they tasted the sandwich I was totally sold on trying it. After all, that’s what I strive for when I make food is to bring that “OMFG, this is amazing” feeling to my patrons. Continue reading
Cauliflower in a whole new light. Even though sausage is the visual focus of this dish, cauliflower is the real inspiration. For all those carnivores and veggie hatters in my family I wanted to reintroduce this wonderful cruciferous vegetable in a new form. The smooth, creamy, flavourful purée could stand on it’s own, but I chose to coordinate other elements that compliment this vegetable well. Continue reading
Finger lickin’ barbequed ribs. I love fall off the bone barbequed ribs and this recipe gives you just that. The pre-boiling of the ribs helps to speed up the process making this an easy win recipe. You can use off-the-shelf ketchup in the sauce, but I prefer to use a home made ketchup recipe by Chef Michael Smith. Ever since I started making this home made ketchup I can’t go back to the off-the-shelf variety, I just can’t.