Grilled Lamb Chops with Asparagus

It’s summer time so any excuse to start grilling I am in. My mom picked up these Lamb Chops at Aldi’s and of course it was my job to find out what we were doing with them. So I found this super easy marinade by Jessica Gavin for the Lamb, grabbed some asapargus & IContinue reading “Grilled Lamb Chops with Asparagus”

Sourdough Pizza

If you’re like me & every other food lover, you made some sour dough starter during this quarantine. You can make so many delicious things with sourdough starter. I personally love the sour taste so I have been trying to find new ways to use the starter. Recently, I made pizza dough from my starterContinue reading “Sourdough Pizza”

Lamb Rogan Josh

Indian cuisine may just be one of my favorites. All the spices and aromatics, the fluffy basmati rice and naan, omg. I crave it all the time, but it can be daunting to make at home with a limited spice cabinet. A few spices can go a long way so I suggest investing in them!Continue reading “Lamb Rogan Josh”

Stuffed Cabbage

We are bringing it back to my Polish/Slovak roots this week with these two recipes. First this week is Stuffed Cabbage! This comes from my Grandpa Hanigosky, it’s hand written and I am only given amounts, so the technique of bringing it all together was up to me (& my moms childhood memories of makingContinue reading “Stuffed Cabbage”

Antoni’s Cauliflower Steaks

I’m not a cauliflower person, or a vegetable for a meal person for that matter. I’m a meat and potatoes kind of gal, always have been & always will be. BUT I am open to trying new things, and of course it’s Antoni’s recipe so I had to. I LOVED this recipe, it is spicyContinue reading “Antoni’s Cauliflower Steaks”

Champagne and Lemon Risotto

While creating the future lesson plans for my dream counseling approach, Culinary Art Therapy, I am making sure that while touching on the topic of patience we will be making risotto. Patience is absolutely key when making risotto so make sure you know that going into this process or you are going to absolutely hateContinue reading “Champagne and Lemon Risotto”

Homemade French Fries

God’s gift to the culinary world has to be french fries. They are probably my favorite potato form to exist, thought it is hard to choose. You can make these beauties at home and trust me you will want to make them over and over. Ingredients Potatoes Frying oil, pick your poison, veggie, castor, peanutContinue reading “Homemade French Fries”

“Chèvre Which Way but Loose Burger”

Time for another amazing burger recipe from the Bob’s Burgers Cookbook! The same old same old can get boring and who knows, an exciting burger may be just what you need to bring back the excitement; I don’t make the rules. Ingredients 1 4oz Chèvre Log, room temp. [goat cheese] 1 tsp Chopped Fresh SageContinue reading ““Chèvre Which Way but Loose Burger””

Homemade Potato Chips

The ULTIMATE weekend snack, potato chips. The best part is you can make them at home [no need to put on a mask] & you know everything that’s in them! Now that I’ve achieved potato chips at home, quarantine is getting slightly easier. Ingredients Mandoline slicer Potatoes Vegetable Oil Salt Let’s Get Cooking This isContinue reading “Homemade Potato Chips”