Let’s start this month with an appetizer for meat lovers. You can make it for Christmas or New Year’s Eve, or any other celebration or party. With just a few ingredients, this recipe is easy to make and very fast, looks very festive, so you can impress your guests any time you are making… Continue reading Baked Portobello Mushrooms
One of the first mushrooms my dad showed me when I was little were Russulas or Brittle Gill family. Those mushrooms took me a few years to identify them and choose the eatable ones correctly. Most of the people foraging don’t take these mushrooms. They think that are not very tasty. Most of the Brittle… Continue reading Wild mushrooms pie with traditional sausage and cheese
For a long time I wanted to make gnocchi. I saw a recipe at the TV and it looked so easy, so I thought I can manage to do gnocchi alone. 3 ingredients and you have an amazing dish on your table. I already add them to my “Easy to do” list. Ingredients for gnocchi:… Continue reading Homemade gnocchi with chicken breast and red chili jam
Friends! Friends! Friends! We all have friends, good or bad, we have them. This post is dedicated to all my friends. Some friends you get them with your family, some with your other half, some you just have. In time, you lose some and gain others, but some, stay with you in good times and… Continue reading Chicken hearts and gizzards stew
In our family we love to grill the meat, any meat and any time, and of course any vegetables. When you make skewers with different ingredients you have plenty possibilities. Vegetarian or not, they are the best when you have a party or you are feeding a crowd. My little one loves to make them.… Continue reading Skewers for a party
In the summer I love barbecues. Vegetables or meat, anything is great on the fire. Add a beer or a lemonade and I am ready for a perfect summer day. What is your perfect summer day?
There is no Christmas dinner without the traditional meat stuffed cabbage rolls. The traditional recipe is with sour cabbage, but my mom made us a light version of this recipe with wine vines. Sour cabbage is quite heavy to digest despite being very healthy.