I was looking at some family photos on my granddad’s computer yesterday and a picture from thanksgiving came up where the family feast was being laid out. All sorts of traditional fare was on the counter where we serve buffet style which brought back some happy memories. Sometimes there’s more to the feast than just the food. It’s the people who make it special. Feasting can be fun when there are those who you like and love who are there to share company and to break bread.
I made this for dinner tonight. Beef tips, broccoli and onion with soy sauce, Thai chili sauce, garlic, salt, pepper, sesame oil, honey and brown sugar. Served with rice and homemade white sauce made for a good Sunday dinner.
First chill of the fall. It got cool enough to make it. It’s gonna be good. Served with corn chips, sour cream and cheese it makes a very hearty meal to warm you up.
Have you ever tried to substitute veggies for meat when you go out to eat? Granted you are meat oriented.
Bitter is a good flavor. Chef Marcus Samuelsson
Today is National Fried Chicken Day and this bird comes from Champy’s a local place that is really popular in Chattanooga.