Serious Eats Roundup: Chorizo, Creama, and Goat Cheese

25th Oct 2010

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Our weekly roundup of what the two of us have written over on Serious Eats.

"Dinner Tonight" Column


Green Tomato Soup with Black Forest Ham
The soup is chunky, relatively light, and a great showcase for the green tomato's bracing acidity.

Pasta with Broccoli, Goat Cheese, and Oregano
Gordon Ramsay's recipe is kind of the goat-cheese spin on Alfredo. It eschews not only cream but also butter, opting instead for the complex funk of goat cheese, which melts and coats the noodles.

Chorizo Breakfast Sandwich with Sage Pesto
Though I'll always be fond of the simplicity of a fried egg sandwich dressed with nothing but butter, this is a pretty sweet fancy-ed up rendition.

Tacos de Rajas con Crema
They were utterly simple, and yet satisfying in the way that the best mac cheese can be. You know, if you like your mac and cheese with a little heat.

Momofuku-Style Chicken Wings
These are not the incredibly complex recipe in the official cookbook , which chef David Chang calls the "world's longest recipe for chicken wings." These are the shortcut, and they couldn't be easier.


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