Here is the second side dish in my holiday meal collection. As previously offered… I am proactively setting the stage for all the holiday recipes that you might find on my menu. In my home we have at least two big holiday meals during that chilly, wintery season…I will regularly offer a Thanksgiving Day
One of the most pleasant parts of holiday food comfort is that smooth, warm bread stuffing that you serve along with your choice of meat and other side dishes. I really enjoy a great stuffing with a nice thick gravy. Let’s make a nice bread stuffing and season it to your taste. 6 cups Dried Bread
Brazilian people loves caldos. We have all kind of them, and restaurants specialized in serve them all through the night (24 hours), for people who works night shift, or just coming home after a party in the weekends, or whoever just feel like have a warm up dish anytime. We have even them delivered in
2 cans (14 oz each one) sweetened condensed milk 28 oz milk (use the same measure of the condensed milk can) 5 eggs For the Caramel: 1 cup sugar Start with the caramel, placing the sugar in a sauce pan (I melt it directly in my metal mold in the stove top), and let it
Brazilian loves fish and seafood, coast to coast, and have lots of different recipes and different fishes. This is one of them, delicious, and healthy, fast and easy to make. It might be a little difficult to find the same kind of fish that I use in this recipe, but it can be substitute for
Butternut squash is a very special vegetable in my kitchen. I like to serve it grilled, roasted, mashed or boiled….it is an honorable mention by my wife as being a near perfect veggie. Here I will make it simple and buttery (though you go light on the butter as this is already a rich flavor).
I am a fan of the squash vegetables. There are just so many varieties and textures to be tasted and I am still a youth when it comes to trying out all of the varietals. Acorn squash has been rightly named; it is shaped like an acorn. The taste is worldly….is has a smooth texture