Garlic Mushroom Penne

Hi there! It’s been a while hasn’t it? Feb and March were insanely busy for me, with dessert tables and cakes accidentally double booked because the winter made me lose my mind, but it was my equivalent to a full on marathon and I loved every minute of it! I’ve slowly come back into my…

Breakfast Quiche

I’ve made a habit out of making crustless quiche. It takes out a major step, and that helps save me some time so all in all it’s a good thing. You can always add the crust of course, but without it, you can eat bagel and or lots of bread and not feel like you…

Veggies on the side

I’ve been eating more vegetables lately, whether it’s to be healthy or just to balance out all the chicken and butter, i’m not sure. But it doesn’t really matter, because they’re delicious. You can use any mix of veggies you want. i tend to go for the staples in my house: Potatoes, carrots, peas, green…

Pizza Dough

I’ve been into stone oven thin crust pizzas lately, and since I can’t go out and get one everyday, I decided to make one at home (it’s not as good as a stone oven pizza but it’s close enough!). The dough is simple to make, and it’s very versatile, so even though it’s primarily a…

Golden Potatoes

Who doesn’t like potatoes? Exactly. Everyone loves them. You can fry them, mash them, make soups out of them, and roast them. They’re the ultimate side dish, and make for a perfect snack. They are, in my opinion, the most versatile vegetable. I truly love fries, but when you need to add some character to…

Hummus

Here’s the last recipe to the lebanese food puzzle! These four recipes make me happy, and they’ll make you all happy too! You now have the menu for a fabulous luncheon/dinner, and even brunch (why not, right?). Here’s what you’ll need: 1 cup chickpeas, drained (I prefer the canned ones) 3-4 Tblspn tahina paste (sesame…