Wearing tweed with toes in the sand rather than in pumps. That is the evolution of fabric iconized by Chanel since its genesis in 1924. Chanel commissioned dresses and suits to be fashioned in the fabric from a Scottish factory which gave the look a more traditional Scottish countryside aesthetic, according to Elle. Since then, […]Continue reading “Fourth of July Threads: Red, Tweed and Blue —”
For those who love Lidia Bastianich’s Chicken Drumsticks with Peppers and Paprika, this recipe is for you! Very similar in cooking style. Adapted from Lidia’s Celebrate Like an Italian.
Great recipe for a week night! Quick and easy. Adapted from Lidia’s Celebrate Like an Italian.
So healthy! I substituted the bulgar with Quinoa and instead of drizzling olive oil over it I drizzled pomegranate molasses. Get recipe here.
Delicious and so easy! Refreshing for summer dinners. Adapted from Cuba, the cookbook.
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Part 2 of my Cuban salad series. Fantastic hearty salad with chicken and rice! Great for outdoor parties or picnics. I omitted the toasted sesame seeds, for personal taste. Adapted from Cuba, the cookbook. Recipe invented by Vivian Costa Leal, a Cuban housewife.
A staple served at parties. This isn’t my great aunt’s version but close. Adapted from Cuban Chicks Can Cook, by Ana Quincoces Rodriquez