Inspired by one of my favourite shows: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives! These Turkish meaty delights have a few variations on their spelling: Kebab, kabab, kebob, kabob. Anyway you say it or spell it, they still taste good. Sometimes wrapped around
The Hubby and I hit the States last Friday and stopped in at one of our favourite grocery stores. They not only seem to have great deals on meat, but they carry bottles of cold brew coffee that I love. The
I love salisbury steak. It’s so old school and reminds me of cheap, yet delicious, diner meals or tv dinners. Walking through the grocery store, I noticed some nice plump white mushrooms and decided to whip up a batch. Of
I came up with a recipe for simple bbq’d yellow curry chicken when I had fresh tumeric and ginger to use up. I find that fresh tumeric not only adds vibrant colour to a dish, it adds a wonderful flavour.
I watched Nigella Lawson’s latest show, At My Table, and in her first episode she made these devine looking Turkish eggs. I couldn’t quite imagine how yogurt would pair with the eggs, but I was willing to give it a try
Years ago, we used to frequent an awesome philly cheesesteak place at the mall food court. I know, I know. It sounds so… plebeian, but who am I to turn down something tasty just because it comes from a food
I pulled some pork belly slices out of the freezer for supper, not really knowing what I wanted to do with them. I was tentatively thinking of frying them up and tossing them in a Thai inspired sauce. Wasn’t 100%
The Hubby and I love dan dan soup, but unfortunately the dish isn’t low carb. But looking at the recipe, the sauce is and I thought it would taste great as dan dan lettuce wraps. Topped with a few green
A friend of ours recently went home to Portugal and she kindly brought me back a bag of authentic piripiri seasoning. Of course when you go and look for an “authentic” recipe, you get 50 versions on the first page.