Probably every tourist who visited the capital of Ukraine tried traditional Kyiv cutlets. This is the dish that can definitely satisfy your taste buds. Of course, unfortunately, not all people can visit Kyiv, but it is possible to cook these cutlets without leaving home. Just use this recipe, which will help to cook exactly the … Continue reading “The Kyiv Cutlets”
I’m struggling with how to start this post. I just want to repeat “I love french onion soup” over and over, but you still probably won’t understand how much I love it. If I’m at a restaurant that serves french onion soup, I’ll either order it or be depressed until I can go back and order it.
Most Mexican places have vegetarian options. Cheese enchiladas, bean and cheese burritos, stuff like that. What I never ever ever see is vegetarian taquitos. It’s a shame because taquitos are basically fried tortillas around (meat) stuffing and it sounds quite delicious.
I’ve been a little obsessed with corn. I’m not sure why, because I’ve never really been a huge corn fan. Yet for some reason, when I went to the grocery store the other day and I saw fresh corn, I couldn’t stop putting more and more in my basket.
The story behind this combination of flavors to create butternut squash cranberry quinoa shows just why I love being a food blogger.
I love to read about food. Going over a recipe and seeing all the variety of ingredients and studying how they combined them.
I first had butternut squash in the form of ravioli. From there, I started trying butternut squash in different recipes (and believe me, I’ve tried a bunch of butternut squash recipes), but I always go back to my first love: pasta.