Month: September 2019

Garlic Shrimp

Garlic Shrimp

This recipe uses whole unpeeled shrimp so if you can’t handle that, might as well head back now. This was a recipe I created while in Hong Kong years ago and has always been a favorite of mine. Note that this isn’t the famous Typhoon […]

Broccoli Sausage Stir Fry

Broccoli Sausage Stir Fry

A stir fry makes a great quick meal, and this broccoli sausage stir fry is no exception. Simple ingredients, and a simple marinade is all that is needed for this dish. Perfect for a quick lunch, or a side dish with dinner, you can whip […]

Prawns Thermidor

Prawns Thermidor

Click here to jump directly to the Prawns Thermidor printable recipe. While most people know or have heard of Lobster Thermidor, this is my version of a cheaper yet still delicious alternative. This classic French dish is almost more about the sauce and preparation than […]

Gambas Al Ajillo (Spanish Garlic Shrimp)

Gambas Al Ajillo (Spanish Garlic Shrimp)

Click here to jump directly to the gambas al ajillo printable recipe. So I’ve decided to spend November in Spain with my family this year. I remember one of my favorite tapas (small plates) I’ve ever had in the entire country is their Gambas Al […]

Consolation Followed Yearning Cocktail

Consolation Followed Yearning Cocktail

One of the most popular bars, and a particular favorite of mine, in Lviv is called Mazaha. Named after one of the residents of the city, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (the founder of masochism) the bar has a masochism theme. Complete with whips and chains, you […]

The Singing Nettle Review

The Singing Nettle Review

One of my favorite things about traveling is trying all the best the local restaurants have to offer. This usually means going out of my comfort zone and ordering tons more food than I actually need just so I can try a bunch of different […]

Honey Soy Baked Chicken Thighs

Honey Soy Baked Chicken Thighs

Click here to skip directly to the honey soy baked chicken thighs printable recipe This has got to be my absolute favorite marinade/glaze for baked chicken thighs. My honey soy baked chicken thighs are sweet, salty, savory, and overall delicious. The best part is they […]

Salmon Cream Soup

Salmon Cream Soup

Click Here to skip directly to the Salmon Cream Soup printable recipe I buy lots of salmon, and for good reason. It’s affordable, healthy, and tasty. Salmon is one of the best selling fish on the market and it is primarily because of the recent […]

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Stuffed bell peppers are one of the easiest ways to serve lots of people at once. They can be prepared ahead of time and baked in large amounts so everyone’s food is ready at once. You can get infinitely creative with the fillings and seasonings […]

Japanese Pancakes

Japanese Pancakes

Click here to skip directly to the printable Japanese pancakes recipe. It seems in the last few years these fluffy Japanese pancakes have become quite the fad. Or, maybe fad isn’t the right word as I don’t believe they are going away anytime soon. The […]