Month: September 2017
NY Fashion Week Street Style
My picks from NY Fashion Week street style.
+ Food, meat, vegetables
Turkey-and-Rice Stuffed Peppers
You do need extra time to make this but, it’s well worth it. Reduce the amount of dill, if you’re not a fan. Get the recipe Here.
Shrimp Bisque with Bourbon
This took a little bit of time to make, but it was worth it. If you don’t have a food mill, use a sifter. Make sure you press it to get all the liquid. Serve with crusty bread. Adapted from Fresh Fish by Jennifer Trainer Thompson.
New York Fashion Week
My picks from New York Fashion Week! Brock Collection. It was all about ruffles at the Cushnie Et Ochs show. Tom Ford. Calvin Klein. And of course one of my favorite designers, Carolina Herrera.
Blueberry Breakfast Cake
Originally posted on mykitchenmythoughts:
This looked very interesting on the King Arthur Flour Facebook feed so I set out to make it. Believe it or not, I followed the recipe exactly except I used a non-round pan to bake it. This is the link to the recipe: Blueberry Breakfast Cake. This recipe uses sour cream and cottage cheese with 3 eggs and some sugar and…
Molletes – northern Mexican breakfast (breakfast inspiration #3)
Originally posted on Canito's fusion:
Hola my friends! Finally, I found energy to write a post… while fighting with tonsillitis and rheumatic fever, I was not able to get up from bed as every single muscle was in pain, but the worst days are over! 🙂 Lately, I was not cooking that much and mainly my husband have been in charge, basically of…
Celebrating a Milestone
The fashionista cook is celebrating another important milestone! The blog has reached 1,000 followers. Thank you!
This is a cream dessert with a gelatin base. Adapted from American Home magazine probably dating back to the 1940’s. I added the full 8 ounce package of cream cheese instead of 3 ounces that it originally stated, to give it a creamier texture. I also would advise to chop the cherries.