Month: November 2018
Smoky and Sweet Turkey Chili
Great weeknight recipe! Quick, easy, and delicious! It was adapted from Katie Webster’s cookbook, Maple. I did modify a couple of things. The recipe called for adding 3 tablespoons of chili powder, I only added 2, and I omitted ground chipotle. It depends how much heat you like. I topped it off with shredded cheese but, you can also add avocado, cilantro and toasted … Read More Smoky and Sweet Turkey Chili
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Cauliflower Gratin with Manchego and Almond Sauce — the fashionista cook
This is part two of my Spanish recipe series. I don’t buy cauliflower often but, using this recipe I will definitely change that. Get the recipe here. via Cauliflower Gratin with Manchego and Almond Sauce — the fashionista cook
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Great vegetable side dish! It makes a nice presentation on the table for that special occasion. ? Get the recipe here.
South of France Fashion
Originally posted on Taste of France:
What to wear? If the photos of Parisian fashions seem too crazy, take some cues from the more laid-back south of France. On some outings to Toulouse and Montpellier, a few trends were evident. While I usually use only my own photos, it was next to impossible. Either I photograph or I shop. As I was with a…
I call this the cousin of the Cuban dish, Ropa Vieja. It’s primarily same, minus the tomato sauce. Adapted from Cuban Chicks Can Cook by Ana Quincoces Rodriquez.
Tuscan Garlic Chicken
Easy recipe for a weeknight! Get the recipe here.
Celebrating a Milestone
The fashionista cook is celebrating an important milestone. The blog has reached 2,000 followers! Thank you!