Cookbook of the Month for September 2013: Smoke and Pickles
SMOKE AND PICKLES has been selected as September’s Cookbook of the Month. This book had a lot of momentum from the nomination thread and it carried through into the voting thread, but in the end it only won by two votes.
On September 1st, I'll post individual threads for reporting your experiences from this book. In the meantime, you can use this announcement thread for general discussion about the book.
The voting thread that got us here:
and the nomination thread is here:
A general explanation of Cookbook of the Month, and a list of past books:
What a variety of foods we have in store next month…everything from bourbon, rémoulade, kimchi, pickled foods, rice bowls, grits, pork and lamb.
Interested in participating, but don’t have the book? Don’t despair-- there are many recipes available online.
Eat Your Books (EYB) has links to all of the recipes below. http://www.eatyourbooks.com/library/1...
Imperfect Bowl of Rice
Master Recipe for Perfect Rémoulade
Rice Bowl with Beef, Onions, Collards, Fried Egg, and Corn Rémoulade
Rice bowl with lamb and aromatic tomato-yogurt gravy
Orange lamb-liver pâté
Darkly braised lamb shoulder
Simmered lamb shanks with cashew gravy
Pulled lamb BBQ
Cinnamon-honey roast leg of lamb
Roti with sliced lamb leg (or a recipe for using leftover lamb leg roast
)Clarified butter/ghee/drawn butter
Vietnamese lamb chops
Rice bowl with beef
Lime beef salad
Fried trout sandwiches with pear-ginger-cilantro slaw and spicy mayo
Panfried catfish in bacon vinaigrette
Yellow squash soup with cured strawberries
Collards and kimchi
WTF potato salad
Jalapeño spiked bourbon julep
Bourbon sweet tea
Chess pie with blackened pineapple salsa
Sweet spoonbread soufflé
Cornbread sorghum milkshake (or, "breakfast")
And one more for fans of Korean grilling; Grilled Kalbi http://www.savorsa.com/2013/07/griffi...
A well rounded and inclusive intro to September, Sal. I have every confidence we'll sift through the enticing recipes and find some we'll love. Thanks very much for pulling it all together.
i have found several recipes to make
pulled pork shoulder
pickled coffee beets
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