I have always wanted to try brioche, but have never quite felt compelled–until I saw Rah Cha Chow‘s Butternut Brioche. Golden and rich, these rolls look amazing!
As most of you know, I love braised beef–any way you want to serve it to me. But my husband is pickier and so I am always looking for more interesting ways of changing it up. This Wasabi Brisket featured at The Skinny Gourmet fits the bill perfectly. The ingredients are going on my grocery list as soon as I finish typing this.
I love Aloo Mattar (Indian potatoes and peas). It was the first Indian dish I fell in love with–my childhood best friend’s husband is Indian, and he suggested it as “starter Indian food.” He was totally right. It was not until moving to a town with a good Indian restaurant that served a nonetheless terrible Aloo Mattar that I was forced to branch out, at least as far as American restaurant Indian dishes. Of course since then, I have branched out across the entire sub continent, which is why I was so excited to see a South Indian Style Aloo Mattar on the always reliable Tigers & Strawberries. This is actually being made this week, but I am including it here anyway!
I love aloo matar too, and in all its variations.
noble pig says
That brioche sounds amazing.
Thanks for the call-out, and a great idea for a blog post! I would feel guilty if I took credit for the brioche — it's actually the creation of the blogger at Wild Yeast. Either way, hope you enjoy them!