I had my first taste of authentic joloff rice in a West African restaurant many years ago and I’ve been trying to duplicate it ever since. My New Jersey-born mother made what she referred to as “red rice” when I was growing up which was probably an Americanized adaptation, although hers wasn’t quite as flavorful.
Lately, when I’ve been in a cookie-baking mood, my flavor of choice has been peanut butter, since my flourless recipe is just so darn easy to make. But dear hubby just sighs wistfully every time a new batch comes out of the oven, as these are not his favorite. When he flashes those sad puppy
Granola is the Swiss army knife of food. It can be sweet. It can be savory. You can eat it as is (snack), you can have it with milk (cereal), you can use it as a topping (condiment), the list goes on and on. Once I learned how to make it from scratch, it felt