This sriracha tuna tower will completely blow your mind! Continue reading
Pickled herring is a delicacy in Europe. Initially, herring is cured with salt to extract water. The second stage involves removing the salt and adding flavorings Continue reading
Please meet my dear friend Dolly @ koolkosherkitchen
I am extremely grateful to dear Esmé for having me as a guest on her blog and giving me this opportunity to share my Rosh Hashanah recipes. Contrary to a common belief that Rosh Hashanah is Jewish New Year, it isn’t really so. It is the beginning of the 7th month of the Jewish calendar, rather than the first, and it literally means The Head of the Year. Continue reading
I am so excited to guest blog on Esmé’s blog….about cooking. This is somewhat ironic since my culinary skills are on par with a soldier ripping open an M.R.E. It’s not lost on me that I grew up in an Italian family who owned multiple Italian restaurants for around 25 years. Nor the fact that my father could cook like a boss and I am now a Food Buyer for a food distribution company.
I love watching the Food network channel especially The Pioneer Women and Barefoot Contessa.
I try to replicate a lot of the recipes I see on the shows, what is life if you don’t actually test those recipes you watch? Continue reading
It’s a brrrrr, wet and cold day in Durban, South Africa and kicking off my morning, I decided to make my home-made chilli bites mixture using a different variation of ingredients which I don’t usually use as I didn’t have enough gram flour (pea flour), but the results are equally successful, it’s very delicious, a not oily chillie bite, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Continue reading
I am going to show you how to cure with salmon with very simple ingredients and won’t take long time in preparation and getting ready. Continue reading
125g (1 stick) garlic butter
100g (1 tub) parmesan garlic seasoned butter
1 packet roasted vegetable seasoning (Knorr Veggie bake) Continue reading