Category: Savory Recipes

Tofu Buddha Bowl With Miso Dressing

Tofu Buddha Bowl With Miso Dressing

Buddha bowls, as they are often called on social media, are absolutely everywhere. Typically presented in a Zen-like fashion, these brightly colored, artfully arranged bowls consist of a cornucopia of vegetables and/or proteins that are eye-catching at first glance. If you ask me, Buddha bowls […]

Potato And Cheddar Perogies

Potato And Cheddar Perogies

Traditional Easter foods consist of baked meats (typically ham), various sweet breads and chocolate of all varieties. This can likely be attributed to the Lenten season, the 40 days prior to Easter when observant Christians often try to avoid indulgences. But for many Eastern European countries, such […]

Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls (The Quick Method)

Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls (The Quick Method)

Sometimes short cuts in cooking are needed and that’s totally ok. This is my chicken soup with matzo balls, the quick method. By “quick“, I mean faster, but it does not mean ready in 30 minutes. Many people love the idea of 30-minute meals, I […]

Salmon Croquettes

Salmon Croquettes

No one can ever have too many salmon recipes so here’s another fantastic one. Is far as croquettes themselves go, there are numerous version out there, but I’m talking about the more classic French version, but with a modern twist and made with sockeye salmon and […]

Rosemary, Black Olive And Sea Salt Focaccia

Rosemary, Black Olive And Sea Salt Focaccia

Focaccia is a flat oven-baked Italian bread product that is similar in style and texture to pizza dough. Crispy on the bottom, thanks to the generous amount of olive oil it is baked in, and soft, almost pillowy on top. This tasty savory bread is fantastic served […]

Skillet Chicken With Orzo And Pesto

Skillet Chicken With Orzo And Pesto

Skillets are amazing things. Considered trendy now, they have been an intricate part of kitchens for many years. The first known use of cast iron cookware dates all the way back to the Han Dynasty in China, around 220 A.D.  By the 16th century, casting techniques […]