The Louisville Chef
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When I began this blog over 15 years ago, I never thought it would be such an all consuming and ongoing project. However, it has become a haven and a place to share my love of cooking. I guess it’s safe to say I have the cooking gene, if there is such a thing. Cooking […]
A khoresh is a Persian stew. There are many variations and all sorts of flavors, but this is a personal favorite. In Farsi, khoresh means stew and bademjam means eggplant. This particular khoresh is often made with beef or lamb, but I enjoy the chicken and find it lighter. All of these ingredients are available […]
This is super easy to throw together and the flavor is off the charts. I have made it with both ground chicken and sliced chicken. Either way is good, but sliced is likely more traditional. You may use breast or thighs. Although thighs will be better cut into cubes. Fermented black beans can be found in […]
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