Even Claudia Roden is ambivalent about what meatballs to use with this wonderful sauce of fried almonds and garlic, based on a Catalan picada. "Veal was once the prodigious expensive partner, pork the plebeian one...but you can use one or the other meat alone," she writes in The Food Of Spain, prefacing a recipe that includes both meats, egg, soaked bread and more.
This cheeky little goat’s milk is non-smelly and delicious. I met the family at their farm in Dunmore, Galway for my artisan piece in the latest issue of Flavour magazine.
Inihaw na panga or Grilled jaws is a popular dish in the Philippines where soy sauce marinated fish jaws are grilled in charcoal commonly served as a beer match or what we call pulutan. Now you might be wondering why fish jaws? Well this part when coming from a large fish like tuna or hapuka will contain lots of collagen infused meat making it super juicy, tasty and tender when cooked.