I am a fig fiend, so any recipe involving fresh or dried figs is right up my alley. This recipe is a lunch-apropos roll that brings together the creaminess of goat cheese with the sweetness of dried figs and the crunch of walnuts. It satisfies each taste bud and won’t leave you looking for anything [...]
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Leftovers holding you down? Eat them to get rid of them, but in an entirely new way! This recipe is simple and something you can throw together in seconds. It includes brie, cranberry dressing, and turkey. Enjoy!
When I’m thinking Mexican, I resort to a black bean mixture that is spiced and warmed to serve as the basis of whatever dish I prepare – be it a dip, a filling, or a dish in it own right. Whatever I use the black bean mixture for, it’s bound to be an easy, no-fuss [...]
I was in the mood for a new salad, since I tend to stick with the same old combination. I tossed black eyed peas with other robust flavors such as garlic sun-dried tomatoes, lemon, and parsley. The fiber and protein-rich black eyed peas make this salad worthy of an entire meal. Enjoy!
I have a confession. My favorite food is “sucuk” (Turkish sausage). Well, not quite. It’s rather, bread dipped into a saucepan full of leftover melted sucuk fat. The bread soaks in the fat and, yes, it’s divine. It reminds me of my four-year-old self, waking up to the sound of the Black Sea, running downstairs [...]