You can add dried spices and herbs such as basil, oregano, parsley, thyme, etc. The finished dish can be sprinkled with cheese like parmesan or asiago, maybe even cotija. They can be cooked on the grill as well as in a frying pan or oven. (more…)...Read more
Besides making a salad, you can instead make stuffed eggs. Just finely chop the egg yolks, anchovies and tuna, mix with mayonnaise and stuff with these egg whites. Garnish with herbs.
March 17 - a day when everyone can feel a little Irish! Parties, get-together, and family dinners wouldn't be complete without corned beef and cabbage, vegetables and traditional Irish and Irish-American dishes. In Irish cuisine you can always find healthy recipes with fresh simple ingredients and goulash is one of them. Goulash is a soup or stew made of...Read more
One of my favorite recipes for crispy chicken wings, I always love the sweet and spicy combo! If you like more heat just add more red pepper. Great dish for a big company, the only one thing you'll need is a cold beer!...Read more
Another tasty Russian-Ukrainian recipe. Mayonnaise can be replaced with vegetable or olive oil. It’s not necessary to add a garlic, but with the garlic it’s much tastier and adds a nice sharpness to the salad....Read more
Here is another Costa Rican recipe from my friend Marcela. It's so delicious and easy to make. You can serve as a vegetable dish or on a tortillas. Great vegetarian dish!...Read more
This mixture is well served with crackers, toast or fresh vegetables. Also, you can stuff sweet peppers of different colors with this mix, freeze for 1 or 2 hours, then cut into slices with a sharp, slightly heated knife. It will look very pretty on a plate....Read more
A tasty Japanese appetizer fused with bacon. Enoki is a small pale yellow, almost white Japanese mushrooms with very long and thin stems and tiny caps. Enoki are very delicate, have fresh taste, which does not interrupt the taste of other ingredients. In raw form, they are perfect in salads. Enoki mushrooms are often added to soups or fried...Read more