Month: July 2016
This is made in many different ways. Here I increased the bulghur wheat portion to make it meatier by following the cooking instructions on the box. Below I will give you the recipe that technically is the original recipe for tabbouleh. It is courtesy of Culina Mundi by Chef Hussein Fakih.
The Denim Skirt
Once in a while the basic denim skirt becomes a fashion trend. The skirt is by Tory Burch and the polo by Vineyard Vines.
Lentil Salad with Walnut Oil
This salad can be a meal by itself since it has ham and bacon. Great for a summer lunch! this is courtesy of Patricia Wells, The Paris Cookbook.
Swordfish Shish Kebabs
This recipe was so easy and delicious that I made this twice for dinner in the past few weeks. Do follow the directions and cut out the red part of the fish, it’s a bit tougher than the rest. You may want to use plum tomatoes cut in half and possibly quartered into thick slices or they may fall off. It can served along … Read More Swordfish Shish Kebabs
Lace-up Shoe Trend
The shoes from Fendi, top from Majestic and culottes from Veronica Beard.
+ Food, vegetables
Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers
This could be a meal by themselves or it would go nicely along grilled meat. It did take longer to cook than what the recipe stated. But, I will place the baking dish on the bottom shelf. I also made a mistake and added to much water and so the sauce was too thin. Only add enough water to reach a quarter of the … Read More Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers
Fiddlehead and Saffron Soup
I never heard of fiddleheads until I saw a Laura Calder episode on the Cooking Channel a few years ago. A vegetable that has omega 3 and omega 6 and high in fiber. I’ve been seeing it a lot at the local grocery store this past month as they are in season. I remembered this soup recipe and that day happened to be a … Read More Fiddlehead and Saffron Soup
Dresses from the Gap and sandals from Pour La Victoire.