Sometimes, when you are in a secluded location (like I currently am in Montana) you can be in the middle of cooking when you realize that you’re missing a key ingredient. It’s those times that I find myself using what’s on hand instead.
Today we’re talking pasties! No, not that kind of pasties, the edible kind. The traditional savory pastry, commonly filled with meat, potatoes, carrots, and a rich gravy.
Did you know that May is International Mediterranean Diet Month? What better time than to highlight some healthy Mediterranean recipes that I have posted over the years.
Have you ever had a California Burrito? This humongous burrito is filled with cubed Carne Asada, hot french fries, creamy guacamole, and more! Although it’s known as the California Burrito, the only place you can get your hands on one is in San Diego.
I know what you’re probably thinking… can my recipes get any more obscure? First loquats, and now Pickled Nasturtium Seeds! It might sound crazy, but believe me, they taste great! Pickled Nasturtium Seeds are often referred to as “The Poor Man’s Capers.”