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Whole 30 Thai Green Curry Mussels

Looking for a quick weeknight meal that also doubles as an impressive date night dish? Look no further than steaming mussels in a flavor and aromatic-packed coconut green curry broth. But wait, as the As Seen On TV infomercials say. There's more. We're not diving into the back of the pantry for the months-old container of Thai Kitchen curry paste. No, we're making it from scratch to achieve flavors that are bright, tingly and fresh. Thai Green Curry Mussels Serves: 3-4 Thai Green Curry Paste: 1 lemongrass stalk 3 Thai green chilies (go ahead and use jalapeños. I won't judge...that much.) 1 small onion, chopped 4 large garlic cloves 1 thumb-sized piece of galangal (don't feel like schlepping

Sexy Comfort Cuisine at Water for Chocolate

Sexy comfort cuisine was my nickname in college (UNC Chapel Hill 2010. Go Heels. Go America), so I was glad to find out that there was a local restaurant serving food with the same description. Water For Chocolate on W. Lombard Street in Upper Fells Point/Butchers Hill may be named after the best-selling novel, but it's the sophisticated Southern dishes from this local gem that will leave your mouth watering for more. Just ask Queen Latifah, who graced WFC with her presence last year. Mr. Sexy Comfort Cuisine himself aka Chef Sean Guy has had tremendous support from the local community after his restaurant was severely damaged from a fire in 2015. The Baltimore Sun named WFC 'Best Comfort Fo

A Good Way to Pasta Time with Laurie Boucher aka Baltimore Home Cook

Is Laurie Boucher an attorney who dabbles in the kitchen or a pasta princess who knows how to wield a rolling pin and the law? Why can't she be both? The part time attorney/part time culinary student known as Baltimore Home Cook on Instagram loves to make all sorts of Italian treats, whether it's hand-rolled garganelli or corzetti from a hand-made stamp she bought in Tuscany that engraves her name on the edible coins. Laurie invited me into her home this week to document her making herb-laminated pasta. The pastabilities are limitless. Roll out some dough, lay down any types of herbs that you want, re-roll it, and watch as the machine stretches the herbs until it "laminates" the dough. As th

Whole 30 bacon wrapped lamb chorizo stuffed peppers

Oh, Facebook memories. Apparently on this date in the year of our lord 2017, I made #808sAndSmallPlates aka a cooking highlight video to the beat of Wale, Neff the Pharaoh, The Luniz, Busta Rhymes, Del the Funky Homosapien, Outkast, Bryson Tiller and Drake: Whole 30 Bacon Wrapped Lamb Chorizo Stuffed Peppers Serves: 4 Time: Less than 1.5 hours Ingredients: 4 poblano or anaheim peppers, stemmed and de-seeded 1 lb ground lamb 1 tsp kosher salt 1/2 tsp sugar 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 2 tbs chili powder (invest in some quality spices) 1 tbs smoked paprika 2 tsp cumin 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp ground coriander 1/2 tsp dried oregano 1 tsp red pepper flakes (spit hot fire like Dylan) 1/8 tsp ci

Instant Pot Shakshuka

Shakshuka roughly translates from Hebrew as "that egg and tomato dish which brunch places overcharge for because it's eggsotic. (Pun intended)" There are millions of Shakshuka dishes online. Smitten Kitchen. Tori Avey. The New York Times. But yet, you're here on my blog learning how to simmer poached eggs in a spicy tomato sauce. My secret? Harissa. Why? It rhymes with my wife's name. Presenting: SHAKSHUKA SHEL MARISA. (Marisa's Shakshuka, for those who don't speak Hebrew). Shakshuka Feeds 4 Ingredients: 2 28 oz cans peeled tomatoes (go ahead and splurge and buy San Marzanos) 1 medium white onion 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 red pepper 1 poblano pepper 6 large or jumbo eggs (make sure you ask t

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