Our families’ version of Chicken Udon Soup may not be exactly traditional but it is definitely a meal that our family and guests enjoy immensely! Even though most soups are usually reserved for the colder seasons, this one still is a favorite on warmer days.
Making Alaskan salmon pie with my grandma is one of my favorite memories of time spent with her in Alaska. I would escape to her apartment to do my homework, while I was still in High School. After I was done with my homework we would make salmon pie.
One of the best ways to incorporate leafy greens into your daily diet is by juicing them. It was a part of our family’s dinner routine to have a glass of juice while the dinner is still in the making.
This is one cake that brings back childhood memories of birthday parties shared with crowds of cousins, aunts and uncles and of course a homemade Russian Napoleon cake.
The smell of fresh waffles in the morning is just irresistible! Waffles are a special treat for our family and any leftovers get reheated in a toaster and enjoyed just as much.
My love for salmon was born while living in Alaska and enjoying a bounty of fresh Alaskan salmon. We got so picky choosing between pink, red, silver and king salmon. Our favorite was King salmon, bright red in color, rich in good fats and flavor beyond all descriptions.
Crème Brûlées are one of the most popular desserts served in fancy restaurants. Have you ever wondered what makes what makes them so popular? The creamy, silky texture of a well made crème brûlée appeals to many people of different ages, cultures, and backgrounds.
These healthy muffins can easily stand alone as a breakfast. Packed with nutrient dense oat bran, sweetened with honey and molasses, these muffins can be enhanced even more by adding fresh or dried fruit.
Quick, creamy, and fulfilling is a good description of this great one pan dish! We first tried a version of this recipe done by Jamie Oliver and it has been a favorite ever since.