Happy Mother’s Day for all those mothers out there! Today my brother and I prepared breakfast for my mom and this dish was the star.
We actually have a video of when we were younger, making breakfast for my mom, and it’s terribly funny. My brother had to stand on a chair to reach the stove-top and he had so much trouble cooking a simple egg that he had to call me over for help (you can hear the fear in his voice). Then he tries to cut the bread, but it’s looks terrible, so I go over and try, which results in me cutting an even worse slice. In the end, we manage to plate the scrambled eggs on a really overly thick slice of bread, and I complete it by just randomly putting an unpeeled banana on top. Least to say, it was not my best dish.
Thankfully, well I think, I’ve improved from those earlier experiments in the kitchen.Read More »
Just in time for Valentine’s day! I was debating whether to make cookies, or maybe dessert, but I decided to change things up a bit since most of my posts are about baked goods anyways. This soup has such a lovely shade of red, and with feta cheese on top it tastes super good! Velvety and creamy, this soup has no milk or cream! My entire family loved it.
Did I mention that it is a one pot recipe? And it doesn’t need chicken stock for taste because water does the job quite well with the beets, sweet potatoes, and carrots.Read More »
Tender, moist and yummy potatoes. The lemon makes these taste so good, just like those Greek potatoes you can get at the restaurant! These frequently find themselves on our dinner plates because they are easy to make and everyone likes the taste.
Had a very good Thanksgiving dinner yesterday, and these potatoes were one of the side dishes. The turkey, by the way, was humongous! We had so many things to eat, I think everyone was pretty full afterwards.Read More »