Artichoke Stuffed Roast Chicken Breast, an easy and elegant meal.
The perfect standing rib roast
New Year's good luck grapes. They went into a yummy pork tenderloin meal.
Dijon honey pork chops with a sweet and citrusy sauce
Pork chops simmered in beer, bbq sauce, and onions.
Tomato, Feta and Olive Mille Feuilles
Quick & Easy Penne with Cajun Spiced Courgettes, Yellow Peppers & Capers - makes a great lunch fast!
Fried Chicken Drumsticks
A hearty soup with kale, sausage and beans!
Goan Shrimp Curry, a great way to have Sunday brunch...or Saturday night's main course.
Steak Diane. This widely popular dish seemingly comes from the annals of French culinary tradition. Perhaps even as far back as the middle ages.
Baby Back Ribs cooked in the crockpot then broiled to perfection!
Spread the love with a huge helping of this Chicken Biryani! The smell is enough to reduce your loved one to a drooling mess. Check out how I made it.
Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Tart
Garlic Roasted Chicken
Alton Brown's City Ham - Just Amazing
Barefoot Contessa's Baked Shrimp Scampi is a dish full of garlicky, buttery, and lemony goodness.
Pizza with cabbage, pesto and pancetta.
The perfect winter food!
Pasta with peppercorns and Pecorino, a quick and delicious weeknight meal.
LunaCafe's Bellissimo Bolognese Sauce may not be strictly authentic but the exquisite melding of flavors will transport you to the cafes of Italy nonetheless.
Thai Red Curry
Pastitio, a lamb and pasta casserole. Spices give this lasagna-like meal a new twist.
A very tasty and satisfying Spanish Chicken Paella.
Chinese Honey Chicken
Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Carrots and Parsnips
Delicious meatballs in Béchamel sauce with shallots and tomatoes.
Cooked separately, paprika-seasoned pork and red cabbage with caraway seeds come together beautifully as Braised Pork and Cabbage.
Rice porridge with Christmas dinner leftovers.
Mushroom Risotto. Well worth the wait!
Total comfort food. Rolled and ready to simmer. A pot full of stuffed cabbages.
Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash
Miso Glazed Salmon; moist, flavorful and succulent.
Pork turnovers. Great use of leftovers. Hey...it rhymes.
My Grandma's Famous Chicken, which was one of the first things I ever learned to cook. Flavors will always remind me of home during cold, Canadian winters.