A trip to the butchers this weekend inspired me to make rouladen for Sunday dinner. I love anything that comes with gravy and rouladen is not only stuffed with delicious bacon, but this recipe produces enough gravy to satisfy anyone.
The Hubby loves caramel popcorn and I’m quite the fan myself. (I usually like a good salted buttery popcorn instead.) We were at the farmers market today and I pointed out the bags of caramel popcorn to him. He commented
Another tasty hit from the cookbook Saffron in the Souks, sumac-spiced lamb pitas are another Lebanese breakfast bread. The other one I’ve made is za’atar man’ouche and both the Hubby and myself liked the meaty version more. Usually, the lamb is
I had two chicken breasts to use up, so quickly did up some homemade chicken strips and put them in the air fryer. While they were cooking, I whipped together this easy easy recipe for honey mustard dip. If you’re
When you need something chocolatey and comforting, chocolate chewy meringue cookies are the cookies to make. They are one of my all-time favorite cookies. You get that chew from the meringue, the rich chocolate taste from the cocoa, and they
Za’atar Man’ouche (Lebanese breakfast pita) is another recipe from the cookbook Saffron in the Souks. It’s ridiculously easy to make and tastes delicious. Another keeper from this cookbook and I can’t sing its praises enough. The za’atar man’ouche recipe in
I am in love with my new cookbook (Saffron in the Souks) and have been picking out recipes like crazy. My latest selection was the sumac and seven-spice roast chicken. It was very good and I’m positive if I had