Traditional Guyanese cook-up.
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A Holiday Tea Tradition
Christmas tea at Kate Pearl Tea Room in Westminster, MD has become a holiday tradition for my family.
Sunset Bay Cafe, Miramar Beach, FL
Banana Brûlée French Toast at Sunset Bay Cafe, Miramar Beach. (Photo Credit: Sunset Bay CafeFacebook Page)
Thinking about Georgian Cuisine? Think Khachapuri!
Khachapuri is a favorite national dish of the Democratic Republic of Georgia. It is a Georgian stuffed cheese bread that is typically eaten for breakfast or as a side dish.
Holiday Turkey Stew
When turkey day or any holiday that involves turkey has come and gone, here’s what to do with the leftovers. Try this recipe for turkey stew.
Alcohol Schmalcohol! Okay, that’s not a word but it is a feeling, especially for those who want to enjoy a good drink without actually imbibing. So thank God for alternatives like mocktails. Try this Christmas mocktail, served on ice with equal parts of the following beverages. Ingredients Cranberry juiceOrange juicePineapple juiceSprite The Sprite can beContinue reading “Christmas Mocktail”
I wish they all could be a Crackings experience
Crackings restaurant in Destin, Florida is a welcome treat, serving breakfast, brunch and lunch.
Missing NYC’s Zeppole
NYC has a huge presence of Italian culture and cuisine. Zeppole originate from Italy, and thank God for every Italian mom, grandma, and auntie who brought the recipe over to the United States.
Sub and Sandwich Adventures
Subs and sandwiches are comfort food at its best when you can find a great spot. Check out Pig & Panda’s review of Showtime Deli.
Cooking Oils Makes It Better!
How do you further enrich your cooking? Maybe you can spice it up with cooking oils. (Photo Credit: Raymond Burford, Flickr)