Just in time for Cinco De Mayo, I’m releasing my secret Mexican Carne Asada Marinade Recipe! Don’t take this the wrong way, but you haven’t had good Carne Asada until you’ve had Carne Asada in San Diego.
Featuring Assyrian, Middle Eastern, and other inspirational recipes
This Entree Category features recipes that can be prepared as a main course. These recipes include Assyrian, Middle Eastern, and many other recipe options. Entrees make up the majority of my recipes, so you’ll have plenty of recipes to choose from! Don’t feel like Middle Eastern food? No worries, how about Pork Adobo, Buffalo/Bison Burgers, or Mexican Lasagna?
Some of the most popular entrees on my blog include Kubba Hamouth, Hareesa, Masgouf, and Cabbage Dolma. Coincidentally, they’re all also in the Assyrian or Middle Eastern categories. So take some time to look around and see what sounds good for dinner tonight!
When you think of gourmet pizza what comes to mind? Perhaps it’s visions of high-priced babysitters, fancy restaurants, and ingredients you can’t even pronounce?
I’m excited to be sharing my Swiss Chard Dolma recipe today! Of course, you’ve heard of grape leaf dolma, and cabbage dolma, but have you heard of Swiss Chard Dolma?
Every year, I bake a ham for Easter; and every year it’s such a chore. Not because baking a ham is hard to do, it actually couldn’t be simpler.
Well, it’s March, and almost time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. What better way of celebrating this holiday than with Corned Beef and Cabbage and a glass of green beer?
When I look back at my time in the Navy, one food stands out more than any other: Filipino Pork Adobo I was stationed onboard the USS Acadia, where Filipino Pork Adobo and Chicken Adobo were both regulars on the menu.