The Fashionista Cook Top 5 Fashion Posts

 

 

IMG_0461Reflecting on the year, here are the top fashion posts.

  1. Summer Elegance
  2. 10 Famous Women that Inspired my Fashion Style
  3. Spring into Pink
  4. Kentucky Derby Hat
  5. Polka Dots

Wishing you every happiness at this festive holiday season and throughout the coming new year!

Happy Holidays!

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The Fashionista Cook Top 5 Recipes for 2017

Reflecting on this year, here are the top 5 recipes:

  1. Lamb, Peppers, and Potato Ragu
  2. Skillet Chicken Breasts with Olive Oil and Garlic
  3. Shrimp Bisque with Bourbon
  4. Black Bean, Corn, and Tomato Salad with Feta Cheese
  5. Cheese Cake Torte

Happy Holidays!

Lamb, Peppers and Potato Ragu

My second most popular post of all time.

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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 sauce and added to the pan.

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Chicken Drumsticks with Peppers and Paprika

This is my most viewed post of all time.

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This is from one of my favorite cooking shows Lidia’s Kitchen. I don’t have the exact measurements of the ingredients, I couldn’t find the recipe on her website. I pretty much eye-balled it by watching the show, but it’s quite easy.

You should have at least 3 drumsticks per person. For 3-4 servings I used 2 yellow peppers and 2 red peppers, seeded and quartered. I used 2 onions peeled and quartered, leave the bottom piece intact so the onion won’t unravel.

Preheat oven to 375F.

First saute the onions in olive oil till lightly browned, season with salt. Then spoon onions over to a baking dish. Saute and season the peppers, spoon over the onions. Brown and season the chicken. Place the chicken over the onions and peppers.

Add fresh oil and add crushed garlic, about 3 to 4 cloves. Add about a teaspoon of paprika. Add a cup…

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