This is a delicious, quick and easy recipe! Not a big fan of cilantro, so I substituted with parsley. It would go nicely with rice. Moroccan-Style Lamb and Chickpeas
The 143th Kentucky Derby is next Saturday May 6, which hat will you be wearing? Haven’t had the pleasure to attend this event but always wanted to. Not just because of my love for horses, but to wear one of these hats! Did you know there’s some history behind these hats? Here’s a brief historyContinue reading “The Kentucky Derby Hat Fashion”
This is part 2 of this week’s seafood series. The relish was surprisingly good that I made it again to accompany another dish. Salmon is a fish we have for dinner a few times a month, it is truly one of my favorites. This was adapted from Fresh Fish, by Jennifer Trainer Thompson.
I made this dish a couple of times because the first time the mashed potatoes didn’t brown on the top, and since you should never over cook fish I was afraid to leave it in the oven any longer. So the second time I made it I just put it under the broiler and itContinue reading “Traditional Fish Pie”
Easter fashion inspired by the Michael Kors spring collection.
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Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter! This year I decided to cook different dishes to change it up a bit. This soup was very easy and delicious to make. The great thing about soups is that it can be made ahead. This recipe is courtesy of Ayurveda. the recipe…
Great recipe for anyone who doesn’t have time to cook dinner. This takes about 30 minutes, just make the chicken is cooked through. The ingredients are also basic and probably already exist in your pantry. It’s a one skillet from stove top to table! Recipe adapted from Lidia’s Family Table by Lidia Bastianich.
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