All great recipes have contrasting textures and complementary flavors. This creamy corn pasta checks all of the boxes—with sweet corn, spice from chile flakes and lots of black pepper, acidity from fresh tomatoes, and a topping of crunchy fried shallots and the salty kiss of pecorino Romano cheese. Here, I’ve used a few different corn varieties, but feel free to use whatever is available at your local market. Cook the pasta to al dente in a large volume of rapidly boiling salted water.
One of the easiest and most satisfying ways to utilize leftover brisket is to make a big platter of these insanely delicious nachos. Your friends will go crazy when you put these out on game day with a pitcher of margaritas…. be prepared to make a second batch. Scatter the tortilla chips on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with red onion slices, tomatoes, black beans, pickled jalapenos, cilantro and half of the cheese. Next, add the chopped brisket and top with remaining cheese.
Topped with leftover slices of brisket, these potato pancakes will blow your mind. For me, making latkes has always been a family activity. I first made these with my grandmother when I was 4 years old. I had my son squeezing potatoes for me when he was 3. Cooking is a cultural totem that brings people together to share love and joy in a very unique way. In a medium saucepan, cover the Yukon Gold potatoes with cool water, season generously with salt and bring to a boil.
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