Admittedly, this dessert is not made from scratch. However, a clever and appropriate use of resources makes it a cinch to make and a delight to eat with fellow chocolate-loving friends. Continue reading “705. Chocolate Bomb Dessert”
One of the reasons why Indians are so smart is their daily consumption of spices. These spices unclog any arteries, liven up dull minds, and are excellent for the heart. Continue reading “704. Shrimp Curry (Diet)”
These burger hand pies are a fun way to eat burgers.
Great as a lunch or for some serious snacking. Continue reading “703. Burger Hand Pie”
I love chicken piccata, but with all the batch frying of the chicken, it’s almost enough for me to consider making something else.
With my slow cooker, no more! Continue reading “702. Slow Cooker Chicken Lemon Piccata”
Chocolate and coffee is mocha. What is chocolate, coffee, and caramel??
This hot triple-C drink feels almost like a hack! Continue reading “701. Chocolate Caramel Coffee Latte”
One of the greatest misconceptions in food culture is that the inclusion of fruit in savory dishes is Persian. In fact, ancient recipes literally engraved in stone from Sammara, Iraq is all the proof needed that it is Iraqi. Continue reading “700. Iraqi Chicken Fesenjun”
Sometimes, all one craves is a single, steaming, cheesy bowl of rice. Risotto, to be specific. Continue reading “699. Cheesy Baked Risotto”
Beef stroganoff is a comforting Autumnal dish which originated from Russia, but has been taking over the world for several decades now, thereby changing and evolving as it goes. Continue reading “698. Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff”
This is an amazing and wholesome superfood dessert, with no animal product, no added sugar or sweeteners, and no “fillers” such as flour and the like.
The actual dessert is actually only two ingredient: chia seeds and coconut milk. Continue reading “697. Chia-Coconut Pudding”
Lemon is great in just about everything, from drinks, to cakes, and definitely to chicken.
Greek roast chicken is hearty and delicious as it is, but you wouldn’t expect the Greeks to resign to one type of lemon chicken now would you? Continue reading “696. Stewed Greek Lemon Chicken”