Banh Mi Meatballs

The pandemic life means that we've been trying to limit our grocery store trips and only eating the food we have in the house. This has been good and bad for our cooking. It's forced some creativity that has been well-worth the effort, but other times it's just led to us eating the same thing... Continue Reading →

Lamb Meatballs with Minty Pesto

Here's our first guest chef post courtesy of Ally's mom! How this hasn't happened before is mind-boggling because she is an amazing cook. Ally was super lucky to grow up with a mom who made homemade dinner essentially every night of the week. As a typical ungrateful teenager, Ally used to not appreciate this as much as... Continue Reading →

French Onion Meatballs

Ever eat a delicious bowl of french onion soup and think, 'wow, this is really good, but I wish I had some meat!' Yea, me neither, because a bowl of french onion soup is a treasure just how it is. BUT, if you were thinking that, you could turn to this handy recipe for French Onion... Continue Reading →

Summer Turkey Kofte

We've chatted about köfte here before (see our post for Sultan Selim Kofte). Usually they are made from lamb and/or beef, but really köfte can be anything. The origin of the word is from the classic Persian, meaning "to pound" or "to grind." This obviously describes the ground meat, but really works for many other ingredients. We're... Continue Reading →

Tangy Moroccan Meatballs

As a newbie blogger, I like to think I'm following all of the blogging etiquette rules out there. (Although honestly, I have no idea... I could be committing some blogger faux pas with every post for all I know... someone give us a heads up!) But one thing I do know - because it's common... Continue Reading →

Sultan Selim Kofte

Köfte is one of those dishes that calls to mind something slightly different for every person. Apparently, some company in Turkey determined that there are 291 varieties of köfte native to that country alone. (I get my information via Wikipedia's kofte page, because I can't read the original article in Turkish - so hopefully it's not lying... Continue Reading →

North African Wedding Soup

This is another one of the recipes that we decided to make this blog for... It's one of my favorite Pinterest finds, from what's become a favorite blog - Little Spice Jar. We always tweak our recipes a little bit and this was no different. But, per usual, we've forgotten the changes we made from the... Continue Reading →

Thai Turkey Meatballs

I was browsing my ol' faithful - Pinterest - when this recipe (eventually) caught my eye. I have a love-hate relationship with Pinterest when it comes to inspiring my dinner. Love - well, what's not to love? There are literally millions of gorgeous photos, leading you to so many different recipes. It also lets me check... Continue Reading →

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