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Fårikål is the national dish of Norway with deep ties to Norwegian culture and traditions. The original Norwegian lamb stew recipe is most likely inspired by a similar Danish dish with duck. It is very popular to have Fårikål in autumn in Norway, as this is the time when lamb and cabbage are both readily available, and it is stew party season when many locals meet with their family and friends for dinner, enjoying this comforting dish to warm up from the chilly weather. Traditionally this dish is eaten with potatoes and a Norwegian Flatbrød. We are serving this dish with roasted potatoes.
This is a gluten-free meal.
Ingredients: Boneless lamb, cabbage, salt, peppercorn, dill, potatoes, water, salt, pepper, and olive oil
Arepas are cornmeal cakes that originated hundreds of years ago in a region that now makes up Colombia, Venezuela, and Panama. Arepas are hand-made individually with corn meal, water, salt, and a smidge of butter. They are toasted on a skillet and finished in the oven. This dish has two Arepas -One comes with Burrata cheese, and the other comes with chicken, avocado, and mayonnaise filling. A salad of lettuce, tomatoes, hearts of palm, and a balsamic vinegar dressing accompanies this dish.
Ingredients: Corn flour, water, kosher salt, canola oil, chicken breast, white onions, red onions, ground black pepper, cherry tomatoes, palm hearts, spring mix leaves, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, dijon mustard, honey, avocado, queso de mano (Venezuelan cheese), jalapeños, scallions, bell pepper, garlic, cilantro, parsley, mayonnaise, butter, and white vinegar
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"I started Khipi out of my kitchen because I have an insatiable appetite for diverse, fresh homecooked meals and the lethargy of not wanting to cook and clean."
“Food is everything we are. It's an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It's inseparable from those from the get-go.”
I live by this philosophy and love learning about people and cultures through food. I bring this spirit and philosophy to Khipi and look forward to building a community that loves to eat, learn, cook, be fed, and create food memories.
People often ask me what Khipi means. Khipi isn't an English word....in fact it isn't even a real word. It is how my son would say "I'm hungry" when he was a year old. He was trying to say “khidey paychey” which means “I’m hungry” in my native language (Bengali). In many ways he inspired me to start this venture, he gave me the perspective to understand how invaluable it is for caregivers to provide cooked meals. This is an homage to my beloved Kabir and all caregivers who put so much soul to put fresh food on the table.
We work with women home cooks to cook their home food. Profit is shared with these amazing women who are passionate about cooking but don’t have the time or means to open a restaurant. Khipi shares the joy of their delicious, homemade food.