Caramel popcorn was first introduced to me when I was at the movie theater. It was embarrassing how I kept on munching on those caramel popcorns before the movie starts and before they turn the theater’s lights off!
(This post is sponsored by KUHN RIKON but the opinion is all mine!) Moroccan Chicken Olive Stew is a popular and delicious dish served on special occasions in Morocco, it requires a little time to prepare and is flavorful despite the few spices used. This recipe is ideal for those […]
I’m glad you can’t see me pronounce the name of this butter cookie, Palets Bretons. I don’t speak French and let alone how this dessert sounds from my mouth, I know I look funny when I pronounce it.
You know by now that I am not crazy about vegan dishes, but when I make one I make a killer, and I’ve done that in this vegan version of Stuffed Grape Leaves.
I love making these soft fluffy hot dog rolls for picnics! There is no mess, all you should do is pick a roll and use your favorite topping like ketchup or mustard, in fact, these rolls taste so good with almost any dip. The rolls are so soft and light.
Summer is not yet in but it is hot and Vietnamese Cold Brewed Iced Coffee will for sure make you feel refreshed and ready to go on with your daily chores.
Leche Flan is a popular dessert in the Philippines, it is from the same family of cream caramel, crème Brule, and custard. The only downside of leche flan is the fact it’s too sweet and too thick and has just so many egg yolks.
Making these Homemade Soft Pretzels was fun, the kneading is just so relaxing (I love kneading so don’t be surprised.) and then comes the shaping and proofing. The first time I made pretzels the outcome was a complete fail!
Let me tell you this before anything, Kabab Koobeideh takes 15 minutes in your oven! I’m not even joking. If you want that juicy tender texture of kabab you get in Iranian restaurants follow this recipe to the T.
I love chicken tikka, it is healthy and the blend of spices add so much depth to the flavor, above all the only time it takes is when grilling and marinating. An Indian delight found its way to our hearts easy!
I would like to accomplish two things through this post. First, I want to thank my readers and visitors for being loyal to my blog and helping me grow it.Expose Your Pin the Mini-Course.
To my readers who enjoy baking goodies like today’s Mocha Flavored Buttery Egg Free Cookies, you are in for a treat. These simple looking cookies will surprise you from the first bite!