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History suggests that this main course dish was designed by a French Chef in the employ of a wealthy Russian family in the 1890’s. It is thought that the thin strips of meat were part of the meal design because the head of the household had bad teeth. The guy with bad teeth is long gone but this recipe is a classic.
We’re adding a German version of Red Cabbage or Rotkohl (pronounced “wrote coal”) to round out this meal. Delicious food is one example of how cultures can happily come together.
Pasta with Scallops (not to be confused with Scalloped Pasta which would basically be mac ‘n’ cheese) is on the menu tonight.
You’ll appreciate the lovely flavors of this seafood pasta. Small scallops (or bay scallops) are paired with seared fennel and green peas. The pasta dish gets a little motherly love, as it’s tossed with a lemony Aglio e Olio sauce.
The taco probably originated in the Los Angeles area in the 18th century and was introduced by Mexican immigrants. The original probably featured chicken, beef or pork as a filling. The seasoned ground meat taco came along later and that’s what’s on tonight’s menu.
The original version was also served with corn tortillas. Using a flour tortilla makes it an “American” taco. Regardless of how they’re served, tacos are a mainstream favorite food.
The New Melting Pot Kitchen. Healthy Meals for a Healthy Planet.
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- Some people use every recipe offered, but most people pick and choose which meals they wish to cook.
- We’ve spent years perfecting these recipes, so each meal plan is packed with lots fresh flavor and texture. They’re also healthy. We’ll always offer a photo to help you artfully plate and celebrate each meal.
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