Month: June 2016

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Chickpea Salad with Sweet Peppers and Herbs

Originally posted on the fashionista cook:
This is another great salad that can be made a day ahead. I got the recipe from Elizabeth Bard’s Picnic in Provence. This is her second book on her life in France, while sharing recipes. 1 red pepper and 1 yellow pepper thinly sliced 1 yellow and 1 red onion thinly sliced pinch of cinnamon 1 teaspoon of…

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Potato and Green Bean Salad with Pastis Vinaigrette

Originally posted on the fashionista cook:
This is one of the salads I made for our cookout over this holiday weekend. I will post the others later. I made it the night before and added the dressing a couple of hours before serving and let it get to room temperature. The recipe is in Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard. Which a great read…

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Dressing for a June Wedding

Dress by Diane Von Furstenberg.  

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Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Summer has officially started! Time for those backyard barbecues. This was a delicious salad to be served along with any grilled meats. This is courtesy of Alexandra Stratou, editor in chief of Gourmed, a Mediterranean food website.

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Chicken in a Orange Tarragon Sauce

I love these one skillet recipes! I think it enhances the flavor so much more. Here’s the link: http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/sear-roasted-chicken-orange-tarragon-sauce.aspx

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Hot in the City

White top by Heartloom, shorts by White House Black Market, shoes by Vince Camuto and handbag by Micheal Kors.

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Spicy Grilled Salsa

This is part 2 to my posts this week. This salsa was served with the Herbed Meat Kebabs. Courtesy of Einat Admony. Her suggestion was to use the broiler for roasting but, I actually used the grill and then prepared the salsa while the kebabs were grilling. I also placed the peppers and tomatoes in a bowl and covered for a few minutes so … Read More Spicy Grilled Salsa

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Herbed Meat Kebabs

Due to our summers being short in the Northeast, we grill outside every chance we get. It can be made ahead of time therefor great for entertaining. They are served on pita bread with a spicy grilled salsa ( recipe will follow later this week) and a scoop of Tzatziki. Courtesy  of Einat Admony. Serves 6 to 8.  

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The Fashionista Cook turns One!!

I can’t believe that it’s been a year since I started this blog. I want to thank all my followers, your support has made this a wonderful experience. A special thanks to the following bloggers who consistently comment and like my posts: Luiza @ https://styleonboard.wordpress.com/ Ariel @ https://cuminandcurryleaf.com/ https://belocchio.wordpress.com/ Linda @ https://fabulousfaresisters.com/ Lana @ https://onceuponaspice.com/ Cheryl @ https://clwiser.wordpress.com/ Natacsha @ https://nataschaspalace.co/ Frances @ https://lovingleisuretime.wordpress.com/Read More The Fashionista Cook turns One!!

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