French Onion Chicken Zoodles

I've had this idea of French Onion soup combined with zoodles for awhile. I'd seen similar ideas on other blogs in the past, but have never tried it myself. The ones I drew from the most were this one from Climbing Grier Mountain and this one from Mother Thyme. True to form, I tried to keep... Continue Reading →

High Plateau Soup

Do you love soup as much as I do? Are you looking for a little variety in your soup life? Then this might be the soup for you. A few years ago, we were in Turkey visiting Selim's family. Over there, I basically hit the soup jackpot. Not only does Turkish cuisine include soup with... Continue Reading →

Lahmacun

What is lahmacun you ask? Let's start with pronunciation. If you're American (or not Turkish, really), I can almost guarantee your guess is wrong. In Turkish, the pronunciation of 'c' as we English speakers¬†know it, doesn't really exist. If you see a 'c' in a Turkish word, think of it as an English¬†'j.' Easy enough?... Continue Reading →

Couscous Salad

I don't know about y'all, but I feel like lunch is kind of a struggle meal. I want to have something that tastes good, is easy to make, is portable to work/school, is pretty healthy, and keeps me full until dinner. That's doable, but sometimes is just a little boring. Lunch just isn't an exciting... Continue Reading →

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