This was such a wholesome and flavorful dish that it’s become one of my go-to recipes.
A sauce of garlic, tomatoes, olives, and dill envelope envelope tasty shrimp, all topped with salty feta cheese. Continue reading “720. Greek Shrimp Sanganaki”
It’s difficult to ignore the pumpkin craze this time of year in the virtual world.
One recipe that particularity spiked my curiosity for years is pumpkin pie. The concept is so foreign and strange to me. Continue reading “719. Fresh Pumpkin Pie”
Sometimes a carnivorous, cheesy, crusty, rough-and-tough sandwich is what we need at the end of a long day. Continue reading “718. Cheese Steak Sandwich”
I’m adapting my slow cooker to make Iraqi stews.
This was my first experiment and the results were highly successful.
You simply put everything in the slow cooker pot, set the heat, and come back six to eight hours later to a fully cooked stew! Continue reading “717. Slow Cooker Iraqi White Bean Stew”
When I hear of any pumpkin drink, I inevitably think of Harry Potter.
It’s a bit confusing when people use the term pumpkin spice and then you find there is not pumpkin, just a combination of spices some people refer to as pumpkin spice. This recipe is not like that. It has real pumpkin in it. Continue reading “716. Pumpkin Latte”
Hachis parmentier, cottage pie, shepherd’s pie… there’s something to be said for meat mince topped with mashed potato and baked to a bubbly crusty finish. Continue reading “715. Cottage Pie”
These cookies were bound to happen.
Having the perfect soft/firm cookie batter recipe in my pocket, the options are endless. Continue reading “714. Kinder Cookies”
Are bread and sheep the oldest foods known to man?
Bread, at any rate, is one thing no society can live without, so it comes as no surprise the sheer variety and embellishments created using bread. Continue reading “713. Cheesy Olive Baguettes”
This has to be one of the most comforting and warming recipes out there, and that’s not to mention it’s highly nutritional and even healthy! Continue reading “712. Slow Cooked Pulled Lamb”
Cauliflower mash is a great alternative to mashed potato.
It is much faster and easier to make, as well as being much lighter to consume. Continue reading “711. Cauliflower Mash”