Today I am sharing this creamy, coconut milk based fish soup, topped with melted cheese hailing all the way from the South American Country of Paraguay. Pira caldo is a fish soup made with fresh water catfish paired with vegetables. This recipe was provided by 196 flavors. The pictures and video belongs to tastesspicy. If you like this video and want to see more like it, head on over to my Youtube Channel and hit the subscribe button!
Now that we have Super bowl 500 behind us and the Eagles flew above the patriots we can get back to normal around here. I am pleased to say the day before the Super bowl we had a nice 3 inches of fluffy white snow and the day of super bowl, we were in the minus temps. So our visitors had a great taste of our Minnesota Winter. Today I am sharing one of the most popular dishes on my… Read more »
Last weekend I took a trip out of town with the family to the North Shore. It was cold! I don’t know how people live there year round if in the Summer its cold, imagine what their winter is like. Granted it was in the 60’s and Sunny, but still that is just too cold for summer. How on earth do you get a natural tan? It is a beautiful little town though. We got to hit about 5 breweries…. Read more »
Salmon drenched in a Lemon Butter Sauce! Thats whats on the menu this week. Well it was on the menu I should say, since I have eaten it twice already. I am not a salmon person. I simply do not like the taste or the smell of salmon fish. I do however love fish, just not salmon. Then why the heck am I making it for my blog? Well while I don’t like it, I do have a teenager in… Read more »
Hi there! It’s me Tastesspicy, now that I have written that it sounds like I just said, Hi its me and I Taste Spicy! Hopefully this new post will reach my hundreds of subscribers. As I just realized today that my subscribers were not receiving any of my new posts notifications. So here is to all of you that will be my new test subjects today! I promise not to be too annoying by randomly posting all day long and… Read more »