We recently went to a local Thai Japanese Fusion restaurant near our house and ordered their Crab Rangoon. We didn’t realize at the time we ordered that they were their own house recipe but we quickly discovered they had the best crab rangoon of our lives there. Oddly enough it’s not even on their menuContinue reading “Curry Crab Rangoon”
So back when I was working as a chef I made this Peach Cobbler pretty frequently as an easy dessert that we could cook to order in small cast iron pans. Now I’m recreating it in a larger cast iron skillet and serving it with some store bought vanilla ice cream. Get your sweet toothContinue reading “Peach Cobbler”
Another example of me finding recipes to help me get through all these tubes of biscuit dough that I bought on clearance. I feel like you can never go wrong with something pizza-like. I drew inspiration from another recipe on Delish and modified it to what I had on hand and added a few extraContinue reading “Pepperoni Biscuit Pizza Casserole”
So I found tubes of biscuits on clearance at the store for 50 cents a tube and I went a little overboard and bought about 6 of them. There are only two of us and they do have expiration dates. After two tubes of regular biscuits I realized that I needed to use the biscuitsContinue reading “Cheeseburger Biscuit Bombs”
Finally, I am out of tubes of biscuits by making this recipe! I want to say I won’t make that mistake again of going crazy and buying a ton of biscuits when on clearance but I’ll be honest, I’ll probably do it again. Something I always have in my freezer is frozen meatballs because theyContinue reading “Meatball Biscuit Bombs”
My family is a bit Eastern European and we love a good hearty meal every once in a while. Since its super hot right now in South Carolina, mid-July, I was craving one of my favorite meals Stroganoff, but didn’t want it to be quite as heavy and didn’t want to have the oven on for a long period of time heating up the house. So I converted it to a Turkey Stroganoff that will fully cook on the stovetop.
As a child the only way I’d eat Broccoli was when it was smothered in Cheese. As an adult I love it any way, but I’m still nostalgic for Broccoli covered in Cheese!
Tonight I needed something easy to make and got a rotisserie chicken on sale, so I figured I’d combine everything with pantry items to make some delicious and easy dinner!
So this was a request by the bf that I make his mom’s Banana Coconut Bread and I got a photo of a cookbook recipe. I have no idea what book its from, so I’m sorry for not giving proper credit, and I only got the list of ingredients so I just had to wing the rest of the directions. I had to modify a couple ingredients as well since I didn’t have regular milk and only had almond milk. He ended up really loving how it turned out. For me it was a bit thicker and denser than normal Banana Bread for me but he said it turned out just like how his mom makes it, so I take that as a win!
This is something I grew up eating because it was something my mom grew up eating. My great-grandparents came from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire just before WW1 started from the border region of what is now Slovakia and Poland.