Spicy Feta Dip

Ok y'all, I know I say things like this all the time, but... This dip is SO easy to make and SO worth it. Bring this to your next family gathering, book club, or just make it for tomorrow's dinner! It's spicy without being overpowering. And everyone loves feta cheese! On that note, now is... Continue Reading →

Coq au Vin

At our house, we do a lot of adapted recipes, even the most traditional ones. We substitute a little of this, add a little of that, combine these two ideas, or even entirely make stuff up. (See the entire tag on our blog - Twisted Traditions). But sometimes you just can't do that. Coq au... Continue Reading →

Roasted Grape & Prosciutto Flatbread

Ok. Obviously when we share recipes on here, we think they're pretty good and that you should make them. But this one... I'm multiplying that sentiment by a million! These flatbreads are amazing!! Plus they are just a little bit fancy... Makes you feel like a fancy person, having fancy dinner. But the secret is, they're... Continue Reading →

Mint Chocolate Bars

I had a great month of May in terms of a rotation I was doing for school. I loved it and learned so much! On my last day, I wanted to bring a little treat for the staff who taught me and worked with me for the past few weeks. I couldn't decide what to... Continue Reading →

Baklava

Filo dough can be very intimidating to work with.  It's hard to find, not used in American cuisine, and requires patience to handle.  We learned that filo dough originated in the kitchens of Topkapı Palace, where the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire once lived.  When people think of filo dough, most think of decadent sweets... Continue Reading →

Hamburger Helper, Minus the Box

I may have mentioned it once or twice, but I have an embarrassing love of most things that come in a box, especially with powdered cheese. Kraft mac & cheese? Clearly. Those Knorr rice or noodle sides in a bag? So good and only $1! Hamburger Helper? Be still my heart 🖤🖤🖤 Are any of... Continue Reading →

Spinach & Feta Gözleme

What's the first thing people think of when they think of Turkish food? Kofte is the first thing for most people, but there's so much more! Don't worry, we're going to keep cooking our way through them and sharing with you here. Gözleme is one of the many great Turkish street foods. (Lahmacun is another that if you... Continue Reading →

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