Friday, January 27, 2012

50 Women Game Changers in Food - Week 32

Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian are the stars for week 32 of 50 Women Game Changers in Food.  They co-founded Edible Communities which publishes over 70 magazine across the country and Vancouver, Canada. Each focusing on regional foods, growers, and chefs. They collaborated on their first cookbook Edible: A Celebration of Local Foods, written by Tracy and all photographs were taken by Carole (her true calling).  It's a work of art.

The moment I read this recipe I knew it was the one for this week.  It was extremely simple to make and the flavors were intense.  It's on the spicy side but you can tone it down be reducing the amount of cayenne pepper. I love spicy foods but my husband prefers it a little milder.  Either way it's a delicious dish and makes a great presentation without a lot of work.  The nutmeg should definitely be fresh, it blends in perfectly and the aroma is wonderful.  Enjoy!

Sullivan's Island Shrimp Bog 
Courtesy of Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian (Edible: A Celebration of Local Foods)

Serves 6



Valerie Harrison (bellini) said... Best Blogger Tips

It certainly does sound like a winner!!!

Sue/the view from great island said... Best Blogger Tips

The flavors in this do sound intense but delicious. That's a theme that's emerging from this weeks recipes, I think. I will definitely try this one.

Heather S-G said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh, I like it on the spicy side...these sound delicious!