To the outside world, Nicole's kitchen 'before' might look perfectly fine, but Nicole wanted a change. And all it took was some paint and a new glass tile back splash. Everything else--appliances, furniture, and light fixtures--remained the same. Check out
I know cabbage isn't everyone's favorite vegetable, but this recipe may just turn you into a convert. It's rich, luxurious and hearty, without being heavy like many winter variants, perfect for a evening in.
Harissa is a North African paste, a rich blend of herbs and spices like chili, garlic, caraway seeds & coriander. You'll find it at most Middle Eastern Markets or specialty stores, though a word of caution, no two brands are a like and you'll need to taste it first and add to taste, the 1/4 cup is starting point!
The combination of tuna and white beans is a classic and this is one recipe that you can keep going back to for those moments of 'I need to eat now, but can't be bothered to cook', yes, we all have them!
It's designed for experimentation, swap out the parsley for arugula, spice it up with tabasco or chili, the choice is yours.
I'm not sure how French, French Toast is, but I do know that it's tasty, and Pricilla's method for making French Toast Roll-Ups makes it fun. She skips the French loaf and uses slices of regular old white bread. The secret behind the roll
Tiroler Gröstl, commonly called Gröstl is native to Austria, more specifically the hiking region of Tirol. It's a delicious way of making use of Sunday's left overs, or make it from scratch.
Around here, Sunday means homemade pancakes. (REAL maple syrup only, please.) I used to think there was nothing better to snarf on a lazy morning whilst perusing the newspaper, but
Traditionally a Cuban staple made with black beans and rice. I chose to mix it up a bit by substituting red kidney beans, leaving out the traditional oregano, giving it a Moroccan twist with ground cumin and a bite with the Spanish smoked paprika.
- 6 rashers of bacon (chopped)
- 1 large onion (chopped)
- 4 garlic cloves (chopped)
- 1 red bell pepper (deseeded and chopped)
- 2 cups of long-grain rice
- 2 bay leaves ...
This one of my favourite, 'on the table in 15 minutes' meals, inspired by one of Jamie Oliver's recipes. The garlic beans are a perfect compliment to the salty pork and crunch of the blanched broccoli. For a extra bite add in some fresh chili when cooking the beans.
While this meal takes a little planning and prep it's well worth the effort! I've made it with ground beef, but traditionally you'd use ground lamb and can bulk it out with some parboiled rice if you desire.
It's no secret that the Super Bowl is this Sunday. Which means there will be plenty of football, crazy commercials, and a whole lot of food. If you need help with that last one, I have you covered. Here are seven super bowl recipes with beer on the ingredients list.
Much like Sriracha, Nutella has a cult-following. Now, there is no way that I would ever try to replicate the delectable Rooster Sauce. (You don't mess with an already heavenly creation. That's blasphemous.) But
Most people who don't know how to cook, know how to cook eggs. Poached, hard-boiled, sunny side up, scrambled. You know the drill, things haven't changed much over the years, which brings us to these 3 new and weird
One of my resolutions for the new year is to learn to like sushi. I've always preferred donuts to raw fish, but no longer! I'm starting small with things like tuna, and this dish is tasty enough for any picky eater!
I'm determined to become a classy sushi eater and think that these spicy tuna bites are the perfect introduction! Taylor of Food Faith Fitness shares her super healthy recipe for this spicy dish! Check out the full recipe on...