If you are not Middle Eastern, you might be wondering “what the heck is a kofta?” Is it meat, is it vegetable, or is it some mysterious Middle Eastern ingredient? It’s actually none of those!
My favorite thing about holidays is the traditions attached to them. I guess I’ve always been sentimental, but it seems the older I get, the more sentimental I become. Easter is a special time of year, where we celebrate the fact that we serve a risen Lord.
Like I mentioned in a previous post, I am currently following a low-carb diet. This Assyrian recipe is one of my favorite low-carb breakfast dishes. It’s very simple to prepare, and amazingly good!
A couple of times a year, Scott likes to surprise Nena by bringing home octopus to be smoked in our smoker. It was during a family vacation to Hawaii that she fell in love with “Smoked Tako”, which is what they call smoked octopus in Hawaii.
Chimichurri is a spicy and versatile Argentinian sauce that can be served as an accompaniment to various meats, poultry and seafood.