Bibimbap means “mixed rice with meat and assorted vegetables“. You can make endless variations to this dish depending on your preference. To me this mixed rice has a lot of similarities as Nasi Goreng. I serve Bibimbap in a dolsot bowl. Dolsot bibimbap is served …
Grandma’s Spaghetti is one of the dishes my mother in law used to make. My kids always loved her Spaghetti. The instructions were always add a little of this and of that. This is the closest I’ve ever came to her recipe. There are two things that I know I have different than hers. I use lean ground beef instead of the greasy ground beef, and I add butter; that replaces the grease from the beef. Her secret ingredient was tomato ketchup :). When I do make it, its enough so the kids can take some to their home.
There are a few things I like at Longhorn Steak House. And one of them is this Hawaiian Rib eye Steak. if you like sweetness do add the brown sugar. If that is too sweet for you leave the brown sugar out.
A typically Dutch Dish. Braised beef goes by two names, Sudderlapjes (braised beef) or Draadjes Vlees (thread meat). A delicious old-fashioned stew on the table. This is the real braised beef like my mother used to make. The only difference is, I put it in the slowcooker, she used to cook it on top of the stove.