The recipes at Georgia About are all so interesting! I just happened to have the right amount of eggplant in the fridge to make Georgia About’s eggplant stew, ajapsandali https://georgiaabout.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/about-food-ajapsandali-georgian-eggplant-stew/, Texas style. Since Stuttgart can’t seem to make up it’s mind about the weather, 81F yesterday and 68F today, it was a good day for a stew and some of Jamie’s Navajo bread http://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/navajo-venison-stew-and-flatbread/.
The thing I liked about this stew was that it uses the bounty of the farmers’ market; I had some fresh garlic which I love and used like a vampire slayer today 🙂
My rendition of this recipe is no way authentic, I added ground pork and adjusted some cooking methods to my comfort level, but I think I captured the spirit 🙂 Please go to the website if you’d like to try the authentic, vegetarian dish and see some more examples of…
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