Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops is one of my all-time favorite All-American classic entrees. Not all Americans like their food spicy hot, it is more popular in the South, generally. However, there are plenty of Americans who, like me, will consider this smothered spicy tomato sauce pork chops meal among their favorite dishes.
Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit with red wine, potatoes, onions, and bread. A classic and elegant entree of Maltese cuisine.
Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit Recipe-
Dominican Bejenjenas Guisadas con Cerdo (Braised Pork and Eggplants) is a nationwide popular meal in that country. Try some, you will see why!
Dominican Bejenjenas Guisadas con Cerdo Recipe-
One of the most important holidays in America is Thanksgiving Day, and this Thanksgiving Potatoes and Ham Au Gratin dish is perfect for the occasion.
Also sometimes referred to as “scalloped potatoes”, this is distinctly North American. Some will argue the original recipes for scalloped potatoes came out of Ireland and/or England. However, potatoes are native to America. It follows logically that early European settlers would take advantage of their availability. Regardless of actual region of origin, Thanksgiving Potatoes and Ham au Gratin is, and has been for centuries, an American traditional and beloved dish.
Thanksgiving Potatoes and Ham au Gratin Recipe-
Spanish Queso Relleno de Alcaparrones are just one of the many delightful “finger foods” the Spanish people sometimes enjoy for their lunch, or mid-day meal. A traditional Spanish lunch often consisted of 2, 3, or several “tapas” – appetizers, cold or warm, of various types and textures. This one is a snap to prepare, and the flavor is outstanding, compared to the small effort it takes to prepare.
Spanish Queso Relleno de Alcaparrones Recipe-
Americans love their chocolate and coffee, so it makes perfect sense to combine two of their favorite taste delights into this devilishly delicious treat, Coffee Bean Chocolate Cheesecake Supreme!
Coffee Bean Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe-
This Hearty Beef Stew Wilsonian recipe is a new addition to our All American Soups and Sandwiches page. It is a very unique take on an age-old stew, that will surely have you wondering how in the world did this get so good!
There are lots of beef stews, but until you have tried this Hearty Beef Stew Wilsonian, you have not yet known how wonderful a beef stew can be. This is my own special recipe. Hearty Beef Stew Wilsonian is an outgrowth of my interaction with my Ghanaian wife’s cooking. She is, in her own right, an amazing cook. She has introduced me to spices and food preparations that I had not yet known. Combined with my American ideas about how to cook a stew with her Ghanaian concepts, this Wilson Hearty Beef Stew came to be. Enjoy!
Hearty Beef Stew Wilsonian Recipe-
This Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie is from the All-American/Southern Soul Food page here on Ethnic foods R Us. Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie recipe is not only delicious it’s a sweet tooth culinary experience you’ll not soon forget.
Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie is the perfect way to finish off a full Southern Soul Food meal. This super delicious dessert will explode in your mouth with flavors out of this world, directly from the deep South of America.
Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie Recipe-
Cioppino is a classic dish that is in a large group of prestigious company. There are seafood soups, stews, chowders, and gumbos to be found galore in almost all regions of North America. But none of them can top seafood in a bowl dishes that are so prevalent and fabulously combined and prepared as those found in West Coast American cuisine. And this Californian Cioppino bears witness to that fact.
Californian Cioppino Recipe-
Lately there has been a real buzz about what many coffee connoisseurs consider as the tastiest coffee on the planet: Kopi Luwak Coffee.
So what is all the hype surrounding Kopi luwak Coffee about?
Cheesy Crab Souffle – what could be better? For people who love cheeses, eggs, seafood, and have a flair for the more elegant aspects of French -influenced American cuisine … not many dishes top this one.
The soufflé first originated in the kitchens of France, of course. However, when French people began immigrating to America, they brought this delightful dish with them. Since then, French-American style soufflés have evolved and flourished. This Cheesy Crab Souffle is among the very finest!
Cheesy Crab Souffle French-American Style Recipe-
Immensely popular in Belize is this Curried Coconut Chicken dish. It can be served by itself as a mid-day lunch meal, or as one of the entrees in a larger, supper repast. The subtle blending of curry, spices, and coconut milk is absolutely marvelous. Also, the dash of hot chili pepper sauce adds just the right “kick” to this delightful dish.
Curried Coconut Chicken, Belizean Style, Recipe-
A year-round American favorite, but especially beloved in the North during the cold winter months, is this Authentic Boston Baked Beans dish. These rich, spicy beans make a great side dish for a warm weather smoky barbecue, and they’re also excellent “comfort food” in colder weather.
Most commonly used are Navy Beans, but the creamy heirloom beans are often used in New England, as well as others, like yellow-eyed beans and maroon-eyed soldier beans. You may need to cook those alternative beans longer. Whichever beans you use, if you follow this recipe to the letter, you will be treated to real, authentic Boston Baked Beans.
Authentic Boston Baked Beans Recipe-
Italians are world famous for their pasta dishes. And this Italian Ricotta and Meat Cannelloni recipe is an example of classic pasta at its finest!
Italian Ricotta and Meat Cannelloni Recipe-
One of my favorite ingredients in ethnic food recipes is mushrooms, hence today’s 6 Weird Edible Mushrooms post.
I love mushrooms. Morels, Shitakes, White Buttons, and lots more. Especially prevalent in Asian cooking, edible fungi is to me a kind of weird yet delightful food. So I decided to do some research and see what else is out there in the world of mushrooms that I haven’t yet tried. This led me to today’s post on: