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Ridgefield Restaurants Review

I’ve been planning to review the restaurants in Ridgefield for a few months now. One of the reasons it took me this long is that I don’t like to eat out a lot. I always have food at home and I would much rather eat my home cooked, simple, fresh, […]

Cornish hen in white wine
dinner, Georgian, main dish, Meat

Cornish Hen in White Wine

Cornish hen in white wine is a delicious and flavorful dish, that just melts in your mouth. I made this recipe for the first time and finished the whole dish by myself. Well, it’s not so hard to eat one little Cornish hen, especially when it’s so good. Because they […]

potato patties
Georgian, side dish

Potato Patties

These patties are wonderful with meat, fish or just salad. Very light and soft, just melts in your mouth. They are great to freeze as well, so you can place them in Ziploc bag and keep it in the freezer.

tuna avo bowl

Tuna avocado bowl

Refreshing, easy  and very tasty appetizer, can be served with crackers or sweet potato chips. Ginger, soy sauce and toasted sesame seed oil flavor the tuna and avocado. Make sure the tuna fish is nice and cold. You can even place in the freezer for 30 minutes, it’ll be much […]

poached plum crostini

Coconut oil and Lavender Poached Plum Crostini

Great appetizer with different flavor and beautiful look. Originally, I wanted to make caramelized fig crostini, but figs were out of season and I noticed plums, so I decided to use them instead. They didn’t have much flavor, so I added coconut oil and lavender for flavor and they turn […]

sweet potato gratin
side dish, vegetarian

Sweet Potato Gratin

You can use just sweet potato or a mix of regular, white and orange sweet potatoes. Just because I had all of them I thought it would be interesting and pretty. Instead of milk, cheese and butter, I drizzled basil pesto mixed in olive oil, covered with the foil and […]

raisin scones

Raisin scones

Once you learn how to make those scones, you’ll make them every week if not every day. They are perfect for tea, coffee or milk. The dough is basic and you can add either chocolate chips, raisins, cinnamon or any other dried fruit.