It started at Klaffs. I was invited to do a cooking demo at the best kitchen appliances store in Danbury, CT. After some thinking, I decided to make some Georgian dishes for the presentation since Georgian food represents me as a person and is the cuisine I know best; it’s […]
Month: June 2017
Tofu in tomato curry sauce is an amazing combination. I usually make tofu in coconut milk with curry powder, but since i forgot to buy coconut milk and i had some fresh juicy tomatoes, I decided to use them instead. It’s light, flavorful and simple dish that you can put […]
It sounds weird but roasted Brussels sprouts with lavender is to die for. I tried it at Elms in New Canaan and fall in love with the dish. I usually roast Brussels sprouts in the oven using about a tablespoon of oil, which keeps it healthy, but when you fry […]
This is really hands down the best coffee cake. It’s light and fluffy, just perfect for a cup of tea or coffee.
Pork roulade with basil pesto is an elegant looking dish with mild flavor of basil. It’s great for dinner parties served with rosemary roasted potatoes and garden salad. It might look complicated and hard, but it’s really easy to prepare.
Making steak enchiladas can be really easy. You can substitute steak with chicken if you prefer. This dish is tasty, creamy, hearty and a crowd pleaser.
Before I start preparing a new dish, I like to do a little research about it’s origin, name and the history behind it. After looking for some information in the internet about chicken cacciatore, I found out that “cacciatore” means “hunter” in Italian and this dish was hunters dish in […]
Who doesn’t love this creamy and delicious dip? It’s unbelievably easy to prepare it at home and so much better than the one you buy in the market. Key ingredients are soft, but not brown avocado, lime juice and cilantro. You can also add jalapeno pepper, garlic, shallot and tomatoes. […]
How can I describe this tomato mango salsa? Fresh, juicy, fragrant, tangy, beautiful colors and amazing taste. It’s ready in 5 minutes and once you try it, you’ll never go back to the store bought jar of salsa.
Simple, easy and delicious chickpea salad flavored with carrots, celery, thyme and simple vinaigrette using lemon juice, vinegar and olive oil. It looks pretty and tastes wonderful as well.