Drinks, Photography

Green juice

I don’t know how your December was for you, but for me was an excessive food party. Don’t think that I partied all month long, just that I had more food than usually, actually more meat. In the second day of this year I just felt so full. You know the feeling when you see… Continue reading Green juice

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Appetizer, Maine dish, Photography

Spinach and feta cheese pie

A few months ago I saw a video of Jamie Oliver making a pie with phyllo dough. I loved the versatility of phyllo dough and made me use it more. So with my son’s help I made a spinach and feta cheese pie like Jamie made in that video. I don’t remember his ingredients so… Continue reading Spinach and feta cheese pie

Photography, Soup

Beetroot Borscht

In Bucovina we have borscht. It is a dish that can be for rich people or for poor people because of the vegetable you use in it. In our home every soup that is sour we call it borscht. We make borscht sour with a homemade sour borscht which is good for a hangover too.… Continue reading Beetroot Borscht

Maine dish, Photography

Chanterelles with sour cream

I am crazy about wild mushrooms, so have patience with me. I love to find them in the woods and to cook them. My satisfaction is when I find them, not when I buy them. This love for foraging was transmitted by my parents since I was a child. Now I am passing this love… Continue reading Chanterelles with sour cream

Photography, Useful

Chanterelle

One of my favorite wild mushrooms are Chanterelles. They tend to grow in mossy coniferous forests and among grasses and low-growing herbs. They have a funnel shape and are orange or yellow. Chanterelles have a distinctive taste and aroma. Chanterelles are high in Vitamin C, potassium and Vitamin D. We eat them with sour cream,… Continue reading Chanterelle