Brazil Nut Roast

Originally posted on frauke's foodelicious fritid:
I hope you all had a great week and looking forward to the weekend now! Well if you have guests over, I might just have the perfect recipe for you 😉 This Brazil nut roast looks impressive, tastes delicious and is rather easy and quick to prepare. The…

Amish Sugar Cookies

Originally posted on Recipes, Recipes, Recipes:
Amish Sugar Cookies Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened 1 cup vegetable oil 1 cup sugar 1 cup confectioners’ sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 4-1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cream of tartar Directions In a large bowl, beat the butter, oil and…

Beannachtai na Feile Padraig!

Originally posted on How to Provide:
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Real Irish Food by:  Cynthia Psarakis When extolling the virtues of bonny Ireland, its culinary reputation isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind. Breathtaking scenery? Check. Friendly people? Check. Lively pubs? Check. Sumptuous meals? Hmmm … Yet, in our travels to the Emerald…

Foolproof Corned Beef and Cabbage

Originally posted on How to Provide:
By blood, I have a whole-lotta Irish in me… That’s right!  My husband is from Italian origin and I am from Irish origin… St. Patrick’s Day isn’t about the green beer, Irish whiskey or the Corned Beef, but, why not enjoy a little americanized version of the holiday… Right? …

Mediterranean Rice Bowl

Originally posted on frauke's foodelicious fritid:
This weekend my brother was visiting me, and since the kitchen is a much nicer place to spend time than the foggy, rainy, cold streets of early spring Copenhagen, we had plenty of time trying out new recipes 😉 So here comes the first one – a Mediterranean…

Mojo Chicken

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
This is my version of the Cuban dish, Pollo Con Mojo. The boys have lots of fun with the name, heaps of Austin Powers jokes while trying to eat dinner! By cutting the chicken down like this it cooks more quickly and using the spine as a rack…

Greek Grain + Roasted Chicken Salad

Originally posted on NourishedPeach:
We’ve been loading up on soups, stews and comfort food like crazy people around here.  This weather just lends itself to such deliciousness, don’t you think?  But geez louise we must switch things up once in a blue moon!  This salad-it’s just fantastic for this time of year.  It’s still a…

Ouzo & orange Greek cookies (gf)

Originally posted on My gf home bakery:
You might wonder if the title is equal to the taste of the recipe. Trust me, is heavenly! Nothing can go wrong with ouzo. First,let me introduce you to ouzo.Ouzo has a similar taste to absinthe which is liquorices-like, but smoother. Is traditionally mixed with water, becoming cloudy white, sometimes…

Classic German Baking

A great book with a vast range of German dessert recipes. Well explained step by step with amazing picture of both the food and Germany scenes. Sadly not enough. That’s my only complaint about the book. 267 pages full of recipes but the pictures are scarce. Specially for those not used to the German desserts….

Nussmakronen

Originally posted on THE SENTIENT BAKER:
This Autumn, Tuesday nights have turned into a bit of a ‘thing’ with a few friends of mine; themed evenings with food and wine and relaxed, female company. This week someone brought soup, another some red wine and our host provided rustic, twisted bread sticks from the bakery. I naturally…