Saucier

It has been awhile since i’ve written an article, and that has been for a couple of reasons. Over the past few months, multiple events had taken my focus away from this blog. Some personal and some professional. Now that everything has started to settle I can get back to business. I just want to…

Slow Cooker Shredded Chile Verde Pork Tacos with Spanish Rice

Look at me finally getting ahead so you can try these recipes on the holiday itself! Trying to get better and better each week people, bare with me!  For the celebration of Cinco de Mayo we will share a few recipes that I have picked up along the way, that will be sure to impress…

Shakshuka

It’s funny I’m always asked “what is my favorite dish or cuisine to make?” My answer is always I don’t know yet, I love the challenge of making something I’ve never made before. The benefit is, not going to culinary school, I have’t made a lot of things. Something that i would like to do…

Italian Easter Pie (Pizza Giana)

For this week’s inspiration, I decided to search through my grandmother’s old recipes and melded it with one of my favorite traditional meals by my mother. Thus, the Italian Easter Pie with lasagna ingredients was born. My mother’s lasagna brings the whole family around the table during two holidays: Christmas and Easter. The mixture of heat…

Clams Two Ways

Today March 31st, marks another food holiday worth celebrating, National Clams on the Half Shell day.  Whether you are enjoying clams casino, fried clams, clam chowder, clam bake, or just right from the half shell. The possibilities are endless. In this week’s article we will cover two recipes that are classic preparations for clams, but…

Nowruz (Persian New Year)

March 20, 2017 signified the beginning of Spring. On March 21, 2017 in Middle Eastern and Central Asian communities this day signifies a holiday by the name of Nowruz. Like most holidays founded around the changes of the season, the history of this holiday is extensive. It is said to have originated in Iran, which…

St. Patrick’s Day Fusion

There are nearly 50 to 80 million Irish around the globe, but on March 17th hundreds of millions have a little Irish in them. St. Patrick’s Day is finally upon us. In my mind it’s in the top 3 as the largest drinking holidays in the US along with Cinco de Mayo and July 4th….

No Bake Oreo Irish Car Bomb Pie

In the month of March we celebrate two important holidays, National Oreo Day and St. Patricks Day. I’m sure you weren’t expecting me to talk about oreos, but more about the fourth most popular drinking holiday in the United States (besides Cinco de Mayo, I can’t picture a larger drinking holiday than March 17th). Both are…

Top Places in Redlands, California

For such a small place, Redlands had so much individualism and culture. Where there is a lot of culture, there tends to be some pretty great food and beverage outlets. For a foodie like me, Redlands definitely became my happy place in college. One of the things that I love most about Redlands is how…

Mom’s Mushroom Pasta: Simple and Delicious Comfort Food

This Mushroom Pasta recipe is so so simple, but so comforting. It brings me back to my childhood when my mother would make me simple and flavorful meals like this every night. She, like most mothers, always find a way to make the simple dishes so delicious. No one is better than mom My mother still…