Korean Beef Burritos

Korean beef burritos are a fun and delicious way to eat bulgogi (thinly sliced, marinated steak). I love this twist on a typical burrito. I don’t know about you, but I think hybrid cuisine is amazing. What could be better than taking wonderful food from two different cultures and bringing it together? The results areContinue reading “Korean Beef Burritos”

Pork Tenderloin with Mustard Cream Sauce

Pork tenderloin cooks quickly so makes a good weeknight meal, but it can be dressed up too. Pork pairs really well with strong flavors like mustard and tarragon, and the bit of cream in the sauce for this dish really rounds out the meal. I use my sous vide machine to cook pork tenderloin, followedContinue reading “Pork Tenderloin with Mustard Cream Sauce”

Chicken and Dumplings

I often make the America’s test kitchen chicken and dumplings recipe and we love it! I have been wanting to make this recipe from the Jubilee cookbook for quite a while though and I was excited to try it. This recipe uses slick downs for the dumpling portion instead of drop dumplings like the ATKContinue reading “Chicken and Dumplings”

Chicken Shawarma Wraps

My husband and I are slightly obsessed with shawarma. It is just soooo good. There are all kinds of variations and ways to eat shawarma but today I made these simple chicken shawarma wraps. The combination of spiced chicken, Israeli pickles, fries and garlic sauce is about as tasty as it gets. The chicken inContinue reading “Chicken Shawarma Wraps”

Ricotta Dumplings with Asparagus and Garlic

This recipe comes from Bon Appetite. I had never had or heard of ricotta dumplings but the picture looked delicious and I love to try cooking new things. The simple dumplings are made of ricotta, eggs, cheese, flour and salt. They are served with asparagus and garlic in a chicken broth and topped with chivesContinue reading “Ricotta Dumplings with Asparagus and Garlic”

Chopped Salad with Roasted Red Pepper Dressing

This recipe is from Kathleen Ashmore. I love her salad recipes! They have so many great ingredients and interesting dressings. We had this chopped salad with our spinach and artichoke galette last week, but it kept well in my fridge for a few days after and I ate it for lunch every day. The baseContinue reading “Chopped Salad with Roasted Red Pepper Dressing”

Moroccan Meatball Soup with Israeli Couscous

I love this soup! Israeli couscous is my favorite kind of couscous. It is larger than regular couscous and so satisfying in a soup. This soup has all the good things… highly spiced meatballs, Israeli couscous, flavorful broth and veggies, and you top it off with a sprinkling of fresh herbs. Yum! You can makeContinue reading “Moroccan Meatball Soup with Israeli Couscous”

Fried Bologna Sandwich

Who else grew up eating bologna sandwiches as a lunch box staple? I liked them fine as a kid, but wasn’t overly impressed. This fried bologna sandwich is a step up from the soggy brown bag lunch version of childhood. The bread is toasted, the bologna is nicely fried, and it is served on myContinue reading “Fried Bologna Sandwich”