A go-to pasta recipe in any season, but burrata in the Summer time makes it that much better. I spent a week in Montreal this summer and burrata was on every menu. It's also for when you want pasta but also a salad.
It’s Cinco de Mayo and we’re celebrating with a Mexican inspired Shakshuka. Since no one can decide if it originated in Northern African or the Middle East, we decided to throw another variation into it.
I call this my ‘french girl lunch’. It’s perfectly salty, crunchy and absolutely satisfying. I eat this with crackers or crudité, but it would also make a lovely spread for a baguette or tuna sandwich.
For anyone else who sometimes struggles with the holidays: 🍲 Spicy Turkey Stew with Lemon, Ginger, and Basil. It’s easy and mouthwatering, but more importantly, it’s a nourishing process to make for yourself or others.
I will never forget the amazing pierogi that my babcia used to make. She made all kinds of pierogi - Ruskie (cottage cheese & potato), spinach and cheese, mushroom and cabbage, minced pork... even blueberry pierogi! They are a labour of love but it's all worth it in the end when you realize you've made enough to feed a small village.
Miso soup is traditionally eaten without a spoon as a clear liquid, but this simple recipe also contains mushrooms and tofu to add some protein, texture and substance. It’s ridiculously easy, comforting and perfect for the fall and winter months.