By adding chorizo to this recipe, chef Einat Admony calls this her “not-so-Jewish” chicken soup. The chorizo gives it a smokey flavor. I did make a couple of adjustments to her recipe. I always start with 8 to 10 cups of water to all my soups especially if I’m serving the soup on the sameContinue reading “Chicken Soup”
Another great recipe from Lidia’s Kitchen! I’ve estimated the measurements of the ingredients from watching the show a few times. She did ladle hot water to the sauce but I didn’t feel it was necessary. However, I did follow her on adding some water to the tomato can to cleanse out any left over sauceContinue reading “Lamb, Peppers and Potato Ragu”
Fashion Week in NYC has ended, and what a week! Here are more of my favorite looks, there were so many that it was hard to choose.
This is such a great recipe for those days you don’t have time to cook! It’s also meatless for a vegetarian meal. Click here for the recipe.
Originally posted on The Flower That Blooms:
So we know that there are 13 days until Valentine’s Day but if you want to be organised and get your gift sorted, this post will hopefully be of help. Neither of us have ever really been the type to “celebrate” Valentine’s Day, although it is nice to…
Fashion week in NYC just started, and I’m already loving the new fall trends.
Originally posted on the fashionista cook:
This is a great dip for those Super Bowl parties or a casual get together. First Layer – Cream cheese Second Layer – Refried Beans Third Layer – Sliced olives (can) Fourth Layer – Salsa Fifth Layer – Shredded cheese Place in A 350 F oven and bake till…
This is such a great recipe for when you don’t have a lot of time to cook. It’s quick and delicious! Click here for the recipe: Pasta with Turkey and Broccoli