Lecho is a Hungarian dish made with smoked sausage, tomatoes, and peppers. My Dad would make this for us when I was growing up at home. He was born in Hungary, and when he was just a little boy, he and his family fled the country as refugees during the Hungarian revolution in 1956. They were lucky to […]
Growing up I can recall many mornings when we had chorizo and eggs for breakfast. I was pretty young then, but I do remember loving chorizo. As I grew up I rarely had it in meals. I think it just never came up as an option or I forgot how much I enjoyed it, but […]
I would just like to start off by saying that I lOVE lasagna. Unfortunately, it usually is a heavy, greasy mush of meats, oily sauce, fatty cheese, and slimy noodles. Not to say that I wouldn’t eat a greasy slice of lasagna on the right occasion, but these days I would much rather have a delicious piece […]
I woke up this morning and had planned to just toast a bagel with some cream cheese, but was reading some online posts and a friend mentioned one of my favorite foods, Soyrizo!
I realized we had some Soyrizo in our fridge from a little while back and decided I’d make good use of it.
Well it’s no secret that chicken noodle soup is good for you. It’s a basic comfort food that has been enjoyed by millions of people in many countries for hundreds of years because it’s cheap, hearty, heatlhy, and delicious.
Sometimes called “Jewish penicillin”, chicken noodle soup is even a traditional remedy for […]
We haven’t done enough lunch posts, so I’m glad to be able to toss in another simple lunch or even breakfast idea.
Yesterday, prior to running errands around town we stopped in at our neighborhood coffee shop, Central Coffee Tea & Spice, and had a mocha and a bagel sandwich. So that experience […]
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In 2009 for Thanksgiving I made a turkey that was in line with most of the food trends these days, meaning it was coated completely in bacon. It was the first time I ever actually cooked a whole turkey and it went very well. I used a technique called […]
The idea for the won-taco was born out of a contingency plan that we didn’t end up needing. Mack and I bought a bunch of wontons wrappers when we were out shopping for the raviolis as a back-up plan just in case the pasta didn’t turn out well. (Oh by the way, you can substitute […]
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