Skip to content

Posts tagged ‘indian food’

Fiery Goa Pork Vindaloo

Cherie Scott 2Welcome guest blogger Cherie Scott, who made the improbable journey from her birth place in India to a small town in Maine (with stops in Vancouver and New York City), where she now writes her aptly-named blog Mumbai to Maine. There she reconnects with her Indian-Portuguese roots through family recipes and nostalgic anecdotes – it’s a culinary journey across cultures and the Atlantic.

I was only 6 when I tried my first pork vindaloo. I will never forget that first bite: the tart but tender pork made my mouth pucker as my eyes widened in pleasant surprise. It was truly the first culinary roller coaster ride in my mouth. I had to have more!

As a little girl, I thought of vindaloo as a grown-up dish. The flavors were intense. I never questioned what went in it to make it so delicious. I just ate multiple helpings of it as my mother recalls. But over the years, I’ve developed a curiosity about its origins and what gave this signature Indo-Portuguese dish a special spot in my mother’s culinary repertoire.

Read more

Duckspotting @ Junoon NYC

Duckspotting is finding, snapping & sending in pics of tasty dishes, from your favorite restaurants, made with D’Artagnan ingredients! We sell to restaurants all over the country & love to see what creative chefs are doing with our products. Keep sending them in!

 

Where: Junoon, NYC

When: Dinner Service

What: Chef Vikas Khanna’s Telicherry Duck Breast

Who: sent by Gabi C.

How: Junoon is at 27 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10010 |  for reservations, call 212-490-2100

Junoon was recently awarded a coveted Michelin Star! Make your reservations now!!!

Dining out & spot some fabulous dishes made with D’Artagnan ingredients? Snap a pic & email with the details to alishah@dartagnan.com We’ll give you & the restaurant a shout out!