Tuna Salad Crostini

Tuna Salad Crostini

Tuna salad is one of my favorite lazy day lunches. It goes great in a sandwich, spread on toast, or eaten with crackers. Plus, it uses mainly pantry/refrigerator staples, like canned tuna, mayonnaise, onion, and spices. Scoop it on some sliced and toasted baguette and…

Mini Mushroom And Onion Quiche

Mini Mushroom And Onion Quiche

These mini mushroom and onion quiche bites are perfect for entertaining. They can be a passed hors d’ouevre or simply a two bite plate as part of a larger breakfast. I made these along with other dishes when I host brunches so that everyone can…

Pineapple Fried Rice

Pineapple Fried Rice

Originally I was going to call this Thai Pineapple Fried Rice, as it’s one of the most popular dishes tourists get when they visit Thailand. Even on my many trips there I’ve always gotten it at least once. However this version is not a super…

Salo Beans

Salo Beans

I don’t make beans often, but during this corona virus quarantine sometimes I feel like being lazy and just opening a jar. Of course, I wouldn’t be a proper food blogger if I didn’t figure out a way to spruce up a packaged good. So…

Indian Bread Omelet

Indian Bread Omelet

So last week I followed the trend and made the wildly popular 1932 depression-era Peanut Butter Bread. I figure, it seemed to do really well on my blog, so why not follow the trend this week and try this Indian Bread Omelet. To be honest…

Quail Salad

Quail Salad

This quail salad recipe is quite similar to a lot of chicken salad recipes that you may see. It is basically a “chicken salad sandwich” filling, just with quail as the poultry. I have a few quail recipes already on the site, like basic Roast…

Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Bread

Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Bread

So I have to admit I’m jumping on the trend a bit here. This recipe for peanut butter bread recently soared in popularity thanks to a Reddit post in r/old_recipes. Peanut Butter Bread quickly made some popular food blogs and online magazines and everyone seems…

Squirrel Salad

Squirrel Salad

So I’ll first start off by saying this dish has absolutely no squirrel in it at all. This was one of the first things I ate when I first visited Ukraine (along with my favorite Ukrainian Liver Cake), and it is something I make to…

Pate Fried Mlyntsi

Pate Fried Mlyntsi

Mlyntsi are popular Ukrainian rolled pancakes. Similar to a crepe, they can be filled with a variety of different ingredients. From fresh fruit, to cheese and meat. These pate fried mlyntsi are a twist from the original, and use Pate de Campagne Breton as the…

Asian Baked Mussels

Asian Baked Mussels

So I’ll start by saying this recipe is more Asian inspired than authentic to any one country, but these Asian baked mussels are still delicious. Mussels are one of my favorite seafood ingredients because they are so affordable. A kilo of mussels is just a…