Growing up, one of Momma and I's favorite pastimes included combing the FOOD Network, and other such channels for late night and early morning runs of cooking shows like Iron Chef. This was 'back in the day,' when the only Iron Chef was the original 1993 Japanese, dubbed, series. There was a flamboyant chairman in Liberace style suits, sassy 'celebrity' judges (which mainly consisted of daytime soap stars), and a plethora of ingredients my little American culinary mind had never even heard of before. We'd sit there making fun of the poor quality dub, criticizing chefs that were clearly talented far beyond out skills, and fantasize about the dishes we'd make if we were in that Kitchen Stadium. Through the years, and especially when American chefs began making guest appearances (Bobby Flay), Momma would often remark from time to time, "I could make that- if I only had the ingredients!" Now, where on Earth she would have found Wild Boar, Freshwater Eel, and Mochi to make those dishes, I have no idea.
What Daughter Says: Don't limit your culinary curiosity- Experience hand picked recipes and fresh ingredients, delivered to your door each week.