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MOM'S LASAGNA

MOM’S LASAGNA

Michael Symon’s Mama that is . He said that every Wednesday at his parent’s house was lasagna night and that was the …

POT AU FEU

POT AU FEU

I decided to give another big classic of French dish a try – Pot Au Feu. According to Anthony Bourdain’s Les Halles …

DUCK CONFIT

DUCK CONFIT

What is duck confit ? I heard it all the time. Never tasted it though. However, I know that a plate of …

TOMATO SALAD

TOMATO SALAD

Well, seriously, it’s not that I purposely wanted to make tomato salad. I had so much tomatoes in my fridge and I …

vegetables

ROASTED EGGPLANT CAPONATA

This is a Mediterannean-inspired dish that is simple and great as appetizer. It has lots of flavor. The eggplant dip is made …

WARM FRENCH LENTILS

WARM FRENCH LENTILS

Another recipe I tried from Ina Garten’s Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That? cookbook. She has this lentils in the bistro in …

SPAGHETTI AGLIO E OLIO

SPAGHETTI AGLIO E OLIO

I cannot think of anything easier than a spaghetti with garlic and olive oil for dinner. Seriously, Aglio Olio is one of …

Salzburg-style creamed spinach

SALZBURG-STYLE CREAMED SPINACH

Creamed chopped spinach appears very often on German menus and tables. It is usually seasoned with nutmeg, and the spinach cooking water …

HONEY-BALSAMIC LAMB CHOPS

HONEY-BALSAMIC LAMB CHOPS

Lamb has now become our favorite meat besides chicken, pork and beef. Lamb is not very commonly used in Southeast Asia. The …

BAKLAVA

BAKLAVA

Baklava is a popular Greek and Middle Eastern pastry made from layers of buttered phyllo dough filled with chopped nuts and soaked …

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