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 

Green Soup

Green Soup

This is a super simple soup recipe that is one of Alona’s most requested things I make. It only needs a few ingredients, and takes less than 10 minutes overall. The green in green soup comes from 4 different green vegetables, and you can use 

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 

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 

Pork Meatballs In Morel Sauce

Pork Meatballs In Morel Sauce

Pork Meatballs in Morel Sauce is a great way to use up some ground pork that you have in the fridge. I always tend to buy some ground meat and then completely forget about it, so baked meatballs are something that happen often in this 

Spicy Chorizo Potato Skins

Spicy Chorizo Potato Skins

Potato Skins are an American classic appetizer. They are unclassy, easy to make, unhealthy, and absolutely delicious. In fact, I pretty much made these spicy chorizo potato skins for two reasons. 1: Alona has never had them before and I wanted to cook her something 

Pommes Persillade

Pommes Persillade

Pommes Persillade is one of those dishes that sounds fancy, or at least overly complicated if you do not understand French. In fact, it’s really a simple potatoes dish that makes a great side to a main course. What’s wonderful about this dish is how 

Spicy Chorizo Nachos

Spicy Chorizo Nachos

I’ve been on a bit of a spicy chorizo kick recently after finding a really delicious one at my local grocery. In fact, I’ve used this spicy chorizo to make my Spicy Chorizo Guacamole and my Chorizo Avocado Tacos. This is a Spanish chorizo, so