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Order for Tuesday, December 5, 2023. Eat in 5 days!
Irish Pork Stew
Given the love of drinking in Ireland, this slow-roasted pork shoulder meets every sense of comfort as it gets colder outside. The pork is seasoned with thyme, black pepper, garlic, apple cider, apple cider vinegar, tomato paste, flour, and dark beer and roasted for hours at a low temperature.
The pork stew is served with colcannon, which is an Irish way of cooking mashed potatoes with butter, milk, heavy cream, garlic, leeks, cabbage, scallions, and black pepper.
Ingredients: Pork, dark beer, thyme, salt, black pepper, apple cider vinegar, garlic, tomato paste, flour, canola oil, potatoes, butter, milk, heavy cream, garlic, leeks, cabbage, scallions, salt, black pepper
Irish Pork Stew
Tamale is meat cooked in a corn flour dough, flavored with relajo spices, and steamed in banana leaves. Tamales have various recipes and can be cooked in banana leaves or corn husks, depending on the country in Central and South America. Relajo spices steamed with green beans, chickpeas, and potatoes. Phew! You will get This flavor explosion when you bite into a Tamale. Kabir loves them. This will come with a side of Cabbage salad.
Dairy, Cilantro, and Eggs in salad only and can be removed. Tamales are gluten and dairy-free.
Ingredients: Chicken, Masa, onion, tomato, garlic, green beans, chickpea, pumpkin seeds, banana leaves, pasilla chilies, star anise, achiote paste, cumin, cinnamon, oregano, sesame seeds, canola oil, salt pepper. Cabbage Salad: Cabbage, cucumber, carrots, mayonnaise, cilantro, lime juice, salt.
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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.”- Anthony Bourdain.
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.