Hachee has been around since the middle ages. Originally, Hachee was a peasant dish invented as a way to use up leftover meat. The name of the dish is derived from the French word hacher, meaning to chop, referring to the method of preparing the meat stew.
My mother used to cook chicken only on Sundays. Why? I really don’t know. We did not eat often chicken, even though we had chickens and plenty of range free eggs. Anyways here is moms version of her butter braised chicken. My favorite part of the chicken always has been the wings, breast and thigh. In this recipe I used wings.
Kapsalon, this meal has turned into one of the most popular street foods of the Netherlands has an interesting mix of influences: Dutch and Middle-Eastern. The name kapsalon comes from the Dutch word for hairdressing shop, and the dish itself is a recent invention — it was created in 2003 in Rotterdam.