Posts In Category

Food

FoodChipotle Potato

Satsivi – one of the most famous Georgian recipes is a sauce for dipping bread or served with poultry. It is served cold. Today, we are making this earthy and pungent, creamy walnut sauce. Georgia is one of the most ancient countries of the world. Enveloped in legends and lore, the country of Georgia is…

Read More
FoodChipotle Potato

Recently, quinoa has become one of our favorite foods. It is effortless to cook and there are many different recipes and ways to make it. Sometimes it is enough just to put some olive or coconut oil and pinch of salt and have it as a side dish, or be creative and dig through fridge…

Read More
FoodGirl and the kitchen

Hard-boiled eggs. Everyone loves them, but peeling them is a different story. Before you get all worried about tiny pieces of cracked shell jammed under your fingernails, STOP. Because I have a sure fire way to get you egg happy and peel free! I personally keep several boiled eggs in the fridge for the week. They serve perfectly…

Read More
FoodChipotle Potato

Lentils are the dried seeds of legumes, which are called pulses. Other pulses include chickpeas, dried peas, and dried beans. They are popular in the Middle East and India where many varieties grown. They are delicious and rich in protein, fiber, and minerals, and contain virtually no fat. This makes lentils one of our favorite…

Read More
FoodGirl and the kitchen

Whenever I am at a BBQ or casual dinner party I am always volunteered by someone to do the unwanted task of slicing up the melons. This is not some euphemism… I mean literally cutting up honeydews, cantaloupes and the most popular and feared - watermelon. I am not going to lie: I do have some…

Read More
FoodChipotle Potato

Who doesn’t like appetizers, small dishes that are usually served before the main course or even an alcoholic beverage called, aperitif, to trigger our digestive juices. Most of the time they are easy to eat as finger foods or just with minimum utensil use. In France they call it hors d’oeuvre, meaning “teaser for the…

Read More