You know it’s true. What are Persians good for? With their “Chetori’s” and “Va Vey Lah’s” theres really no other reason to be friends with them except the amazing food they produce. Oh and for the Shah’s of Sunset. Obviez. Either way, try this recipe out for Ghormeh Sabzi and Tadigh, which is basically a stew of mixed greens and beef over a bed of crusty rice. This is my version of the dish, slightly different from the traditional Persian recipe. But hey, I’m not Persian so it’s ok, right? Right?! Special thanks to my friends Monica Darvish and Mahsa Abdolhosseini for their help. =)
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I don’t know what it is about me and these left over editions. Maybe I need a make over. Maybe you need a make over. Maybe you should just make my Almond & Oatmeal Crusted Chicken just so you can give it this amazing make over. It looks better than a pregnant Beyonce, and it totally tastes better than Jay-Z’s chinchilla jacket. But it certainly doesn’t cost as much.
I don’t think I could have gotten a tastier burger at K-Burger, Kosher Delight, or even Hapisgah. Home made is SOOOO much better. It’s juicy, creamy, delicious, and possibly even healthy. Made with ground turkey, avocado and spinach, this was a great way to end my work day.
As a child, Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham” was probably my favorite story book. It rhymed, and I was much dumber then than I am now. Oh, the places I’ve gone! Anyways, I go out with my not kosher friends (cuz I’m just super social like that) and watch them eat steaks and burgers with sunny side up eggs on them. And it always looked appetizing. Why don’t kosher restaurants do that?!!? Here’s my version, Green Eggs and Lamb (or beef).