By Sharon Salt.
Of all the foods and drinks most strongly associated with Argentina, empanadas, steak, alfajores, wine, and mate have got to be the top five. Normally I wouldn’t suggest eating them all in one meal, but when attending a <a href="http://www.theargentineexperience.com/
I miss peanut butter. I can live without it, but I miss it. In Argentina there is no peanut butter. Well, it exists, but one must go to China Town to find an expensive imported mini jar of Skippy. Sometimes one stumbles across a locally produced
I’m struggling to find the words that could dignify this dessert. Alas, they are beyond me.
Rummy B.A.-nanas Foster
A recipe by Charles Lucking.
- 1 cup butter
- 1 cup dark brown sugar
- 2 cups rum
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
- 6 bananas, peeled and sliced diagonally into 1″ chunks (or smaller if you like)
- 1 kilo ice cream (I like something vanilla-ish based, but Dulce de Leche would be pretty great too)
- 1 jar of good quality dulce de leche (La Salamandra is my go-to)
In a large, deep skillet over medium heat, melt butter. Stir in sugar, rum, vanilla
Valentines Day may be over, but some sweethearts’ sweet teeth aren’t satiated. I remember the first time I tried an alfajor I was completely shocked that something so sticky, sugary and sinful could exist. It was so sweet that I couldn’t