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We?ve used steak tips, a New England favorite, for our take on the Vietnamese dish, bo luc lac. ?Luc lac? is merely a description for the ?shaking? or tossing of the beef back and forth in the wok after it?s quickly seared. The red watercress adds a peppery bite to the hint of sweetness in the beef.
A meal isn't complete unless there's a sweet treat at the end. Something home baked is even better. We brought two of our favorite summer fruits with some savory rosemary together to add the perfect ending to your dinner.
Shepherd?s Pie is a traditional Scottish dish usually topped with mashed potatoes. We?ve given it a twist with a different new world ingredient, quinoa. This Andean grain lightens the dish and adds a new take on an old classic.
You can have the classic Thai comfort food you?re craving - without leaving the house. For our version, we stick to simple ingredients without sacrificing complexity in flavor. Tamarind, palm sugar and chili create a sauce that balances sour, sweet and spicy flavors. The contrasting crunch of roasted peanuts atop chewy noodles completes the dish. This kit includes fish sauce, which can be omitted to make this meal vegetarian.
In Arabic, Ras el Hanout means ?head of the shop,? which refers to the best spices the store has to offer. Coating a chicken breast with these spices is a quick way to infuse Moroccan flavors into an easy dish. We also changed up the couscous, a common North African side, replacing the semolina with finely chopped cauliflower.
Shepherd?s Pie is a traditional Scottish lamb dish usually topped with mashed potatoes. Our vegetarian version uses hearty mushrooms and chickpeas in place of lamb. We?ve also given it a twist with quinoa. This Andean crunchy grain lightens the dish and adds a new take on an old classic.
Nothing goes better with fish than the tang of citrus. In addition to lemon, we use red veined sorrel which lends a touch of acidity. The cre`me fraiche adds another layer of tartness to accent the fish.
This dish combines flavors and textures from around the world. The sweetness of the Japanese miso is enhanced by the tanginess of the lime. The beurre blanc, French for white butter, provides a richness and balance to this international dish.
Traditional Provenc?al flavors?olives, herbs, fennel, and tomatoes? come together in this simple white fish soup. Pair with a crusty baguette and get instantly whisked away to the French countryside.
It?s back to school season, so we?re bringing back one of our favorites from the cafeteria. Except our lunch ladies never used local maple syrup, tangy dijon mustard, or freshly baked brioche sliders. This meal will take you back, and you don?t even have to worry about finishing your homework.
This dish takes full advantage of the bountiful Mediterranean harvest. The richness of eggplant and zucchini melds together with briny capers and sweet golden raisins.Toasted pine nuts add a warm crunch and a dusting of Parmesan cheese and fresh basil round out this hearty vegetarian meal.
One wire stand, one full size aluminum pan and two burner
One plate and a utensils kit.
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