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    Posted: 24 June 2012 at 06:03

Black bean and pasta soup is made in my family for years form the times

We were in Romania . it used to be done with  smoke pork ribs and smoke big piece of bacon.

We do it with smoke beef ribs (my wife and my daughter don’t eat pork)

First you soak  the beans over night and rinse them

You smoke some ribs, not a heavy  smoke.

In a pot you put the.

Beans  ,the ribs ,few  carrots , 5 cloves of garlic ,one or two onion, salt, B Pepper and a tbsp of chicken stock powder.

Bring it to boil  and let it simmer for 3 hours ,till the beans soften.

Remove the onion  from the soup

Add  pasta and let it simmer for 30 minutes .

Serve  hot.

 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Margi Cintrano Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 June 2012 at 06:45
Buon Giorno Ahron,
 
Interesting that Rumania would employ Black Alubias ( frijoles = legumes or beans ) ... This is in fact, similar to Feijoada, the Brazilian National Dish ( one of the 1st recipes I had ever posted ). Black beans are very common fare in: Brazil, Portugal, Cuba, The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Mexico).
 
Feijoada pronounced FEI JOE AH DA is listed in South American Recipes ...  
 
I would assume that Vasco da Gama and Marco Polo had travelled through Rumania as it is very close to Greece and Turkey.
 
I shall jot this one down for  the Autumn List ...
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Boilermaker Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 June 2012 at 09:41
Fantastic Ahron!

I'm going to be giving that a try.  I can tell from here it is absolutely delicious.
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Ahron,
 
The Vet and I lived in Sao Paulo for one year, and I have prepared this Feijoada dish here in Spain. It is divino. However, an autumn and winter dish. Enjoy !
 
The recipe was given to me by a man, who is Galician, Belarmino Iglesias Fernández and he owns five Brazilian restaurants in Brazil and Argentina & Madrid Capital, a winery in Galicia in Ribera Sacra, Ourense and a Waygu Cattle Ranch in Brazil. 
 
The Vet´s specialty is Cattle Medical Treatments and Birthing Defect Research. Thus, we also lived in Punta de Este, Uruguay and Buenos Aries. He travels there twice a year ... I cannot always go, as I have my professional position in journalism here and in Italia, and the Gals ( my 2 daughters married with children).
 
Let me know how your feijoada turns out ...
 
Thanks for selecting this recipe, as it is sort of an honor to me.
 
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Ahron - thanks for posting such a delicious-looking family recipe. Those beef ribs look incredible, and I can only guess how wonderful they are with the beans and pasta in the soup. This must certainly be good winter food!
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Wow! That looks tasty. Makes me wish it was autumn already.
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Those smoked ribs pictures are the definition of food porn. They look THAT good!
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