DudeFood Tuesday: Chorizo cooked in wine
The Dude is suffering from block.
Not a chopping block or such. Nope, I am in the middle of a serious writersblock.
Funny thing, writersblock. Especially for someone who is used to always being able to tell something on Dude Food Tuesday. Be it party related or friend related? Fine by me, I can always make a fun story of it.
But today I can only think of parties I missed and friends I have lost along the way.
That sounds a lot like sad thoughts and sadness is not Dudey at all, so not appropriate material for everybody’s favorite Tuesday.
What is sad though is that I also lack the creativity for making up typical male recipes.
I feel the pressure of not disappointing all those Dudes (and Dudettes) who are eagerly and hungrily waiting every Tuesday for a new experience in male food.
And, as I am saying this, I realize that Dude Food Tuesday stopped being a solo project a long time ago already. It has become so much more, because it is a project from writer and all those loyal readers; it is OUR Dude Food Kitchen!
So I invite you all to fire your ideas about Dude Food my way, so we will make a genuine Dude recipe together!
If you rather drink a six pack than work on and have a great idea for a dish with balls, shoot the idea to me.
I will try to honor your idea by making it into a recipe and giving it a proper place in the Dude Food Gallery of male dishes.
Your idea may be though, fun, weird, no pro. As long as it is (or sounds) Dudey, I will try to rock it like Rambo.
Just gimme your brainfarts for Superman Salads or fingerfoods for fists and we will write Dude Food History!
Speaking of fingerfood… I just got a spark of inspiration for a tiny and dudey dish.
Some Spanish fingerfood I love to eat in tapas restaurants. A quick and tasty recipe for spanish sausage infused in wine; chorizo cooked in red wine.
Enjoy this Spanish snack and I am looking forward to all the ideas for new, inventive and creative Dude Food…
- 1 spicey chorizo sausage sliced in 1 cm pieces
- 1,5 dl firm red wine
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- Some good crispy bread
Bake the pieces of chorizo in a hot and oiled fryingpan for about 2 minutes and then add the wine
Ad the cinnamon and stir. Let it boil on low heat for about 10 minutes
Turn the heat off and let it cool down until lukewarm in the pan so the flavors get into the chorizo
Serve in a small bowl with some cocktail skewers and a good piece of bread