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Mushroom Risotto

mushroom risotto

Mushroom Risotto Mushroom Risotto is one of the classic ways to make risotto, which can be traced back in Italian cookbooks and literature for hundreds of years. Using Arborio rice, gives it its signature creamy texture. Portobello mushrooms adds a full, savory flavor. Adding Porcini Mushroom Powder to the rice while cooking adds the nutty … Read more

Grandmas Oven Fried Chicken

grandmas oven fried chicken

Grandmas Oven Fried Chicken Our Grandmas Oven Fried Chicken recipe is a recipe passed down through at least 3 generations to Cheryl. The only change are the spices we use. Way back, both of our families and probably many of yours, only used salt and pepper to season many of their foods. Back in Europe, … Read more

Kalbi Korean BBQ Ribs

kalbi korean bbq ribs

Kalbi Korean BBQ Ribs Kalbi Korean BBQ Ribs, also known as Galbi, which is Korean for ribs, are a standard in Korean restaurants. Where most of us are familiar with braising short ribs cut with longer pieces of the bone, Kalbi are cut across the bones, or flanken-style, to a thickness of ⅜” to ½” … Read more

Filipino Chicken Adobo

filipino chicken adobo

Filipino Chicken Adobo Filipino Chicken Adobo is a standard dish in the Philippines. This adobo is not to be confused with Southwest or Mexican adobo, which is made from chile peppers and other spices. Chicken Adobo is almost always made from White Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Garlic, Black Pepper and Bay Leaves. The differences are whether … Read more

Apple Cinnamon Crisp

apple cinnamon crisp

Apple Cinnamon Crisp Apple Cinnamon Crisp has always been one of our favorite desserts. It’s so easy to prepare, yet so many people tend to eat it at restaurants. Why? Crisps have such a wonderful flavor and as far as desserts go, work well with so many dishes. The fresh cinnamon apple flavor, reminds us … Read more

Hungarian Goulash

hungarian goulash

Hungarian Goulash Hungarian Goulash has always been part of our lives, since we both have European lineage in our families.  We’re not Hungarian, but recipes and foods tend to cross borders freely.  Our families also passed recipes back and forth in the neighborhood where we grew up, so both of our mothers had similar recipe … Read more

Sweet Chile Cashews

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Sweet Chile Cashews Sweet Chile Cashews are a perfect snack to munch on during your favorite sporting event on TV. They are also a great snack to have in bowls for your guests during the holidays, like Christmas, Thanksgiving, The Fourth of July, actually any holiday or gathering. Easy to make, with the sweetness of … Read more

Spicy Sausage and Kale Soup

spicy sausage and kale soup

Spicy Sausage and Kale Soup Spicy Sausage and Kale Soup a hearty soup, rich with kale and cannellini beans. We use hot Italian sausage for a robust flavor with a touch of red pepper flakes. They don’t make the soup overly spicy, but you can use regular Italian sausage and skip the red pepper if … Read more

Shrimp Scampi Rustica

Shrimp Scampi Rustica Shrimp Scampi is a standard on all Italian restaurant menus. Scampi is shrimp, broiled in garlic butter in its simplest form, and we’ve made it this way dozens of times over the years. Our Shrimp Scampi Rustica version has a few extras, like Worcestershire Sauce and a bit of Cayenne Pepper added … Read more

Chicken Piccata

chicken piccata

Chicken Piccata Chicken Piccata is a classic Italian dish. Piccata, refers to the thinly pounded chicken, pan-cooked to a golden brown, then served with a piquant, lemon-caper sauce. There is pretty much one way to make Chicken Piccata, as far as the ingredients, but you still find variations in the seasoning, and the lemon-caper sauce. … Read more