The first time I had Swiss chard I was in my 20’s.
(I am not even joking.)
That’s pretty sad, right? [Read more…]
Step aside sweet pumpkin pie… There’s a new tart in town.
Being a food blogger means that I rarely get to make the same dish twice, even if it’s a dish that I really love. (Because a dish made and not photographed for the blog is a wasted dish. Sigh. That is, in fact, the twisted reality of a food blogger, lol.) But those rare “wasted”
I’ve been finding myself making fusion-type dishes more frequently lately. To name a few, Indian-spiced burgers with tamarind chutney and fresh mint, rolled up in hot naan instead of being sandwiched between a bun…Greek-flavored enchiladas, with garlicky marinated chicken, feta, tomato sauce, and beautiful briny Kalamata olives…boeuf Bourguignon served pot pie-style, enrobed in a melt-in-your-mouth
These muffins were revolutionary for me. Until I made them, I had never had a savory muffin before (yes, you read that right…never! Well, except cornbread, if that counts ;) ). These muffins were unique to me because they showed that good muffins don’t need a boatload of sugar to be delicious (and so incredibly
My grandmother made latkes (or potato pancakes, as my mother calls them) all the time while my mom was growing up. My mother has a serious dislike for latkes so she never made them (not even once!) when I was a kid. I tasted my first latke at a friend’s house and it was love