Greek Kale Salad

Mediterranean Kale Salad

One of my favorite cuisines is Greek food. I absolutely love the different taste palettes it offers and how flavorful each dish is; I am always left wanting more. A short while ago, I went to an amazing Greek restaurant and had the most memorable experience. It had an intimate setting on the outside patio with beautiful string lights and live music; it was absolutely perfect. Read More »

Sukhe Aloo (Stir Fry Potatoes)

Sukhe Aloo4.pngSukhe Aloo is one of those dishes that is quick and easy to make but tastes so amazing. My mom’s go to dinner was always Sukhe Aloo and Rajma, which ultimately became two of my favorite dishes. If you are one of those who absolutely love potatoes, like my husband, then this dish is a MUST. Not only is it super simple to make but it’s so different from all other aloo (potato) dishes.

Like all my other recipes, this one is a combination of my mom’s recipe as well as my own experimentation. Read More »

Bruschetta

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Anyone who knows me knows how much I love bread-and bread with Balsamic Vingar… even better. I was first introduced to Bruschetta by my best friend, Amanda. A bunch of us friends had met up for dinner and she had made bruschetta, chicken breasts, and we paired it with a nice bottle of Moscotto. It was our favorite kind of girls night; we would just meet up to eat and have a great time talking about life, food, and our future plans. Read More »

Manchurian Gobi (Cauliflower)

Manchurian Gobi (Cauliflower)

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When my parents would host dinner parties it would be nothing but perfection. My mom would make the most sophisticated of dishes that would not only taste amazing but were presented with such elegance. No matter what the cuisine may be, they somehow managed to make it look and taste heavenly.

Manchurian Gobi was one of those starter dishes that my mom would make to give a taste of what to expect for the main course. If the starters were this fancy, what will the main course be like…and she never did disappoint. Read More »