Not familiar with this weird-sounding dish? That’s ok; neither was I. Here’s a little history lesson. Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern dish that was introduced to the world by Tunisian Jews a long, long time ago and at its core consists of eggs poached in a spicy, oniony, cuminy, peppery tomato sauce. It’s ridiculously easy to make and after you try it you will never, ever want eggs any other way. That is not hyperbole folks. Consider this, I’m Jewish and I just tried it for the first time this year. Thinking of all the non-Shakshukaed Hanukkahs, Yom Kippurs, Rosh Hashanahs,...Read More
Author: Sara Dowe
Meet the Bosscat Burger from Bosscat Kitchen and Libations. This behemoth comes piled high with bacon, cheese, house made pickles, tomatoes, onions, balsamic lettuce, and a delicious black garlic sauce all snuggled up and cozy in between two homemade buns. If you’re a hamburger aficionado, you MUST try it, and even if you aren’t (there’s something fundamentally wrong with you), but you still MUST try it. Your tastebuds will thank you. If you’ve already had the Bosscat and are the kind of person that likes their dead cow with another side of dead cow, some pig, and a little duck fat then give this...Read More
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