Super Easy 3 Ingredient Pork Chops

3 Ingredient pork chops are super easy to prepare and taste wonderful with some veggies on the side or as a fillet for sandwiches. Jump to recipe or Pin It for later Theme of the Week My theme for this week is 3 ingredient recipes. When brainstorming for 3 ingredient recipes, all I could think […]

Spicy Baby Back Ribs

For this bake-a-thon I baked/roasted lots of vegetables, meat and seafood. I already posted baked broccoli and I have two more vegetable bakes coming up in the next few days. Today it is pork baby back ribs. I like grilled meats, unlike husband who prefers curries. Second, baby back ribs have very little meat and […]

Lentil Sausage Soup

The weather has turned cold all of a sudden and it was very cold yesterday. I guess it is finally time to put away the sandals and pull out boots, ear muffs and woolen wear. My third recipe from Food52 is perfect for this cold weather. It is a lentil sausage soup with lots of […]

Husleves ~ Hungarian Pork Soup for Food of the World

This month Food of the World is traveling to Hungary. Hungarian food is based on meats, seasonal vegetables, fresh breads and cheese. Some of the food is spicy and common spice is Hungarian hot paprika. This cuisine has many stews / soups prepared with meats and fish. When I first did a research on this […]

American Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it is the least cooked meal in my kitchen. I usually eat cereal or oatmeal & Mr.U skips this meal most of the time. When I do end up cooking, it is usually upma, roti, poori or some sausages, bacon and eggs. When I was […]

Peru – Garbanzo con Acelga ~ Chickpeas and Swiss Chard Stew

Today we are traveling to western South American country of Peru. Peru is home to ancient cultures and one of the oldest in the world. It was a Spanish colony until it got its independence in 1821. The capital is Lima. Mining, manufacturing, agriculture and fishing is the main economy of the country. The cuisine […]

Korean Bibimbap

Today we are traveling to the Korean peninsula to taste some Korean cuisine. Korea is an East Asian territory that was divided into two sovereign states; North Korea and South Korea. This is one cuisine I decided I was going to do the moment the theme for this marathon was finalized and even before I […]

Haiti – Griot ~ Fried Pork

Griot is a popular street food in the Caribbean nation of Haiti. It is also served at parties and celebrations. It is a popular food server with cocktails. Griot is prepared by cooking pork pieces in a marinade prepared with sour orange juice or grapefruit juice, cooking it till tender and then deep frying it […]

Czech Republic – Houbova Polevka Myslivecka ~ Hunter’s Mushroom Soup

Today we are traveling to Central Europe to Czech Republic for some Czech cuisine. Czech Republic was formed in 1993 when Czechoslovakia dissolved into Czech Republic and Slovakia. For the taste of Czech food, I chose a soup that is prepared with mushrooms, onion and bacon. I do not know why it is called Hunter’s […]

Lentil Salad with Mozzarella Prosciutto

Today’s recipe is a salad from Williams-Sonoma Salads cookbook. In this recipe, cooked lentils are tossed with red wine vinegar dressing and served with prosciutto and fresh mozzarella cheese. To make it a bit meatier, I added some hot Italian sausage. The recipe called for French green lentils and these lentils look like whole masoor. […]

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