Shrimp Risotto

May 23, 2013

Risotto is one of those dishes that seems incredibly fancy and labor intensive when served but is secretly a safe bet at any dinner. You can throw in all kinds of ingredients, from meats to vegetables and as long as you add a decent amount of good white wine and give the risotto the love […]

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Boeuf Bourguignon

April 8, 2013

I finally did it. I made Boeuf Bourguignon. But not any Boeuf Bourguignon….it was Julia Child’s world famous recipe. Going into the whole thing I was anxious, to say the least. If you’ve heard of Julia Child then you know about her most famous dish and I wanted it to be just as good as […]

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Chicken-Couscous Salad with a Zesty Tahini Dressing

April 5, 2013

Today I could tell you all about how happy I am that Spring is finally I here. The birds are happily singing in the early morning hours replacing the need for an alarm clock, the flowers are blooming and the days are finally long enough to make it home from work before dusk. Well, sadly […]

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Italian Panzanella

January 18, 2013

Thank you all so much for leaving the most beautiful, thoughtful comments under my last post. You guys make blogging so much more fun and I can’t thank you enough for reading, commenting and being part of my blog. To thank you I have another delicious recipe to share. On my previous post a couple […]

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Mini Pepper-Mushroom Quiche

December 7, 2012

First things first. Only 17 days til Christmas Eve! And a little vacation status report: I safely arrived in Puerto Rico Wednesday just before midnight. I nearly missed my connecting flight from Miami because my luggage wouldn’t arrive, but after what seemed like a half marathon through the airport in Miami I arrived at the […]

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Sesame Crusted Fish with Ginger Noodles

November 30, 2012

Growing up in Indonesia I was definitely more than spoiled with heavenly fragrant food rich in flavors. Somehow the Asian cuisine incorporates so many more aromatic flavors than our standard western recipes do. We tend to use the same seasonings over and over again. Salt and pepper will find their way into most dishes even […]

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Quinoa Stir-Fry

November 19, 2012

You guys, today I have a treat for you! After a weekend full of baking and licking spoons full of chocolate this is the kind of food I’m craving. Lot’s of quinoa for some healthy protein and mixed vegetables which will fill up my vitamin tanks. I’m already feeling that the shorter and colder days […]

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Tender Oven-Roasted Duck Filets

November 16, 2012

I promised you the recipe for one of our favorite family recipes, tender oven-roasted duck filets. Don’t think that this is a complicated dish to prepare just because it’s duck. It’s actually simple and other than the duck filets it requires only need 3 other ingredients: salt, butter and marjoram. And then you’ll need a […]

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Fried Lemon-Ricotta Gnocchi

November 10, 2012

Whoever first created gnocchi, I love you. I just love the texture of the potato dough, how chewy they are and the fact that they’re bite-size. However, the person who came up with the idea of frying gnocchi must have been some sort of genius too. I think it’s commonly agreed that frying food makes […]

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Brown Sugar Roasted Pumpkin Risotto

October 29, 2012

I used to think cinnamon and brown sugar were reserved to enhance the flavor of only sweet meals. These past few weeks however I have discovered that enhancing the flavors of pumpkin or squash by adding sugar will make the natural sweetness of the pumpkin come through even more. And as if that wasn’t a […]

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