Green Onion & Parsley Tuna Sandwich

Have you ever wondered if it’s it true that a sandwich always tastes better when someone else makes it for you? In my opinion, I think it’s true. When it ...

Ricotta Fritters with Chocolate

I recently added a new category to this blog called Fried Dough. It seems like almost every country has some kind of sweet or savory recipe with flour and a ...

Flavored Salts

  Instead of adding regular salt to your recipes, why not try some of these three flavored salts? These flavored salts are great on top of your fries and burgers, ...

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Peanut Butter Cookies

In the name of calorie control, I’m allowing myself to eat just one cookie today. I pretend I’m having a fancy tea party and while I enjoy this sweet and delicious crumbly treat, I wish for a world without calories and fat. Because only a world without all those things will allow me to eat […]

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Dressing Up Your Twist Ties with Washi Tape

There’s so much you can make with Washi tape. I have become a bit obsessed with it lately. Every time I look at a small roll of Washi tape, I find myself thinking of more ways to use it. Here is a good example: There is nothing wrong with the ties that come with treat […]

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Hello Instagram, I’m New Here

When I find that one fact I was searching for or exactly the one item I saw somewhere and wanted to buy, I always say, “The Internet is a beautiful thing.”   I’m so glad technology allows me to see some pretty awesome things. Smart phones, apps, and social media have made our lives easier. […]

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Homemade Dulce de Leche

We all live busy lives. Sometimes it’s easier to grab a jar or a can in order to get food to the table quickly. This is true for desserts as well. For example, I get my puff pastry in the frozen aisle at my supermarket because is great and convenient. I’ve also been known to […]

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Sweet Red Chili Sauce Chicken Patties

I think chicken patties earned a bad reputation because it’s true they can be boring at times. Sometimes we have to dress them up with fatty ingredients in order to make them interesting, and yes, I’m aware that dryness is a given in most cases. But you haven’t tried this recipe yet. When you do, […]

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Oat-Free Granola or The Crunchies

You know how I always talk about comfort foods? Well, here we go again. This time I have a crunchy, sweet, and nutty mixture that will make your morning fruit and yogurt very happy. I love granola. I make it all the time, sometimes with honey, sometimes with brown sugar, and to change things up […]

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Cherry Tarts

How about some cherry tarts for dessert or to bring with you on the road or wherever you are going? You didn’t think I was going to let cherry season come and go without making something scrumptious that screams summer really loud, did you? Here they are for you to try. I made them with […]

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White Chocolate Brigadeiros

I guess you can call it poor planning, but I almost forgot to post these beautiful brigadeiros to celebrate the World Cup. These were made with Belgium white chocolate with green and yellow sprinkles, of course. Enjoy!   White Chocolate Brigadeiros Ingredients: 1 14-oz can sweetened condensed milk 2 tablespoons heavy cream 2 tablespoons unsalted […]

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Rosemary-Brined Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Normally I try to bring you easy recipes that come together quickly and easily. However, this recipe takes a quite bit of time to make, and I’ve been hesitant to share it because I wasn’t sure if you wanted to take the time and try to make it. But something happened recently that completely changed […]

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Thai Salad

Even though the recipe makes enough for several people, every time I make it I feel like I could eat the whole thing all by myself. The Napa cabbage, red cabbage with the green onion, cucumber, carrots and avocado are such a refreshing combination. But for me, the star of the salad is the amazing […]

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