The best part about making salmon for dinner is having leftovers to make this amazing frittata for breakfast the next morning!
This recipe is a variation on my basic baking-powder biscuits...amazing w/sausage gravy for brunch, or as a sweet/savory accompaniment to chicken or pork when served warm and drizzled with honey-butter. This is home-cooked comfort at its finest!
This morning I tried making doughnuts for the first time...they were amazing! I posted a pic on facebook and several friends asked for the recipes I used so I am posting them here. Happy Baking!
If you need to take a break from fish and tapas and spice things up a bit, this szechuan beef recipe will knock your socks off (or set them on fire)...
Someone not familiar with Spanish food might at first assume it to be like Mexican food...it's a common misconception if you haven't done your research, but the two are nothing alike.
This has become another one of my favorite weekend breakfasts! Loaded with protein and fiber, it has real staying power, and it's super delicious.
Up until a few weeks ago, I had never eaten biscuits and gravy...I tasted it once and was not impressed--pale, runny, bland gravy on a couple of hockey pucks...NO, thank you!. For years I have sat smugly by while others snarfled up biscuits and gravy, thinking "Who needs all that extra fat and carbs? Certainly not me!" And let's be honest...it looks like a bowl full of yak. Easy to avoid, right?
Let me just start by saying that I really love all things food...I love to talk about good food, read about good food, cook good food, watch other people cook good food...you get the idea. So, I'm sorry to say one of my biggest disappointments about living in Spain is that I just don't really like Spanish food overall...(muffled gasp from cyberspace).
My previous post was a salsa recipe which I dared say might change your life. :) Here are a few of the ways I incorporate the salsa into some meals throughout the week.