Chicken can be delicious when cooked right. However, it’s very easy to end up with a too dry or too chewy version. Here is a great recipe for baking chicken breast or chicken tights.
This is always on my Christmas Cookie list and it’s for sure the easiest to make.
Another great dessert for the season. Really easy to make and the kids enjoyed having this snack at school.
Grilled Salmon is one of my favorite dishes of the grill. When seasoning the salmon feel free to play with the spices and fresh herbs. No exact quantities on this recipe as they depend on the size of the fish and your taste buds. If you prefer more herbs, add more herbs; if you like garlic, add more garlic. Be careful with the wine and lemon juice, don’t put too much as you need to wrap the salmon in the aluminum foil without spilling the juices. Usually I serve the grilled salmon with rice and potatoes.
Usually made with beef, this salad is a staple appetizer in Romania and is usually served for Easter and Christmas.
Fall is approaching so here is the perfect recipe for the apple picking season.
This is a quick Pasta Sauce recipe that you can make with any leftover meat you have – grilled, broiled, pan-broiled, roasted – chicken, beef, pork, turkey, pancetta, ham. We tried it all and it works very well. Continue reading
This salad is a great dinner option any day of the week.
The sweet Plum Dumplings are a fall favorite in our household. They can be served as dessert or main dish. I’ve seen variations of this recipe in Romania, Austria, Croatia and Hungary. It’s simply delicious and makes a good snack for kids’ lunches too.
School started, temperatures were in the 60s in Ohio so it definitely feels like fall. Our garden tomatoes reached the point where they are all ripe but definitely more than what we can consume. So, what better use than making some tomato juice.