First Tomatoes of the season.

In our first visit to Hungary a friend of us gave me a few packages of tomatoes and pepper seeds to grow at home. Likely in a near future, I’ll cook Goulash at home, one of the delicious dishes from Hungary.

The cuisine in Yucatan embraces Mayan recipes and cooking methods which have been influenced along the years by immigrants from France, Spain, Lebanon, and the Caribbean. The traditional cuisine has been elevated with new cooking technology and techniques which makes Yucatecan cuisine unique. I would not be surprised that in a near future some restaurants... Continue Reading →

Wine Tastings

In the past year I've been attending to several wine tastings around the Bay Area, just for fun. This year I'm going to take serious my wine studies again. On Thursday evening we attend to a North Rhône wine tasting. The Northern Rhône Wines

Rosemary Salt

Rosemary salt is one of my favorites seasonings. It has many uses, you can seasoning meats, vegetables, popcorn, and my favorite is on French fries. Rosemary Salt Ingredients: 1/3 cup sea salt 5 branches fresh rosemary. Instructions: Preheat the oven to 225 degrees F. Spread the rosemary in an even layer on a baking sheet.... Continue Reading →

Plums

Is the time of the year that our healthy plum tree produces hundreds of fruit. In the past I have made with the fruit, marmalade, syrups, BBQ sauces, an so on. I'm still having in the freeze some syrups and sauces from previous years. This year I'll try to make plum wine. As I'm writing,... Continue Reading →

Cookie dough

There are times when my little one start cooking with the hope that I finished what she is making. Yesterday I found in my fridge cookie dough that she made for ice cream. Guess who is making the ice cream?

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