Tiramisimple. Great taste, easy to make, no cooking, plus that aroma of amaretto (or rum) and coffee. This is an easy recipe and you don't have to be a seasoned cook to make this fabulous dessert. It takes about 20-30 minutes to get the cake done, and another few hours to let it sit in … Continue reading Tiramisu simple
Avec means with in French. Simple word but says a lot. When was the last time you cooked, or just plain had, fish soup? If your answer is never, years ago (me) or memory fading, then maybe the time has come to update that information into a savory present time. I bought some Alaskan pollock … Continue reading Soup avec fish
The Grinch pasta - you know, green - is colored naturally with spinach. At least that's what it says on the box of this Barilla fettuccine I am using today. The meal is simple but sophisticated and delish - and perfect if you want to play a blazé Italian cooking expert. And I mean, why … Continue reading Green pasta pesto
Quickie shrooms This meal became a staple in my little kitchen by the shear chance of having just a few ingredients available in the fridge. The good about it is that it is very fast to make and yet tastes like a full blown cooked meal. The bad thing about it is that it is likely … Continue reading Quickie shrooms
With halloumi cheese and olive oil - I guess we can call it Mediterranean, too. This a simple cut-line-broil type of meal to which you can add ingredient - like tomato or chicken breasts (non vegetarian) - and tailor them to perfectly suit your taste. Here. we used what was already in the fridge and … Continue reading Vegetarian souvlaki
First I gotta say - I am crazy about Brussel's sprouts and I eat them almost every day. I know. But my food craziness aside, I’ve seen people at the produce aisle looking confusingly at Brussel sprouts as if wondering what is that cabbage from Lilliput (as in Gulliver’s Travels) doing here … Continue reading The super simple Brussels sprouts with chicken
There are different ways to make delicious meatballs but this is by far my favorite, and for several reasons: - Obviously, they taste great 🙂 - The ingredients are few but nutritious - They go great with spaghetti and mashed potatoes, but drizzle them with soy sauce and you have savory dumplings bites (you know, … Continue reading Super-easy delicious meatballs!
All the taste and none the guilt. I stumbled upon this combo a few days ago and it actually prompted me to think about starting a food blog….because I thought this discovery was too important not to share! It all started with a late night sweet craving – you know those – and not having … Continue reading A healthy alternative to Nutella.