Saturday, October 30, 2010


This quick and easy snack can be served on its own or with your favorite dipping sauce. Serve it as a main course, while smothered in rich marinara or white sauce. Serve it as a side dish to breaded chicken and coleslaw. The choice is yours!

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Cauliflower Fritters- "MSHAT"

Cauliflower is available year around, but is especially plentiful in spring and fall. This veggie is a member of the cabbage family and the name cauliflower means "cabbage flower".

Raw and cooked cauliflower is a good source of protein, Magnesium, dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, and foliate. Cauliflower contains important substances that may reduce your risk of some types of cancer.

Cauliflower fritters, MSHAT, are just another way to enjoy this delicious, flavor delicate veggie, and maybe a good way to feed your children veggies if they are not so fond of them. After all, everybody just loves fried food, although is not so good for us.

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Monday, October 25, 2010


Brightness from mint, freshness from lemon juice, spicy tanginess from syrup, tropical exoticness of fruit will take your taste buds with this perfect waffle bite into a totally new dimension of taste.

Fall break called for special treat. And what can be more rewarding than a nice waffel breakfast fit for kings!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Brain and heart food- FISH DISH

Eating fish twice a week is highly recommended because fish are a great source of protein, vitamins, and nutrients. Fish are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, which provide protection from heart disease and are great brain food. So eat fish and get stronger, wiser, and helthier ^_- !

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Who doesn't love nuts, any nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, pecans, almonds? They are delicious just as they are, they are inviting if roasted and salted or even spiced. And when you put them into a cake they are just oh so good!

Fruity cakes are light and feel good and refreshing on long, hot summer days, but now that the cold days are more and more frequent it feels just right to make a more heavy kind of cake, like one filled with nuts.

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Saturday, October 16, 2010


While the shell is crunchy and spicy, the chicken hiding inside is moist and full of wonderful flavors.

Although the kid's favorite side dish for fried chicken are fried potatoes and ketchup, I serve my crunchy spicy chicken fingers with a side of mash potatoes and mushrooms in tomato sauce. 

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Eating in or out dillema II

Home cooking always pays off, but when there is a special occasion knocking on your door, eating out is definitely the perfect choice. Home sweet home, yes, but that magic ambiance can be sometimes conjured only outside your well known environment.

Anatolia is a Turkish restaurant in Nashville, TN with such an ambiance. Soft Turkish music in the background, Turkish folklore decor on the walls, excellent menu, and even better service.

On the menu there is something for every taste: unique appetizers, soups, from the grill, classical home Turkish cooking, and delicious desserts.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Middle Eastern Eggplant Dip- BABA GANOUSH

Baba Ganoush is a Middle Eastern veggie dish made of roasted eggplants mixed with spices, lemon juice, and tahini sauce. It is served as a side dish or as a dip with toasted pita wedgies.

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Friday, October 8, 2010

All in one dish- STUFFED EGGPLANTS

So, this morning my husband picked 10 perfectly sized eggplants for me to stuff them with rice and meat.

Stuffed eggplants are that perfect all in one dish that offers veggie, starch, and meat in one simple but very tasty package.

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Potatoes are so versatile, one can cook them practically in every way: fried, baked, boiled, ... and this star ingredient can be served as a main dish, side dish, appetizer, snack, sweet or savory. You choose your way and I assure you, you won't go wrong!

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Friday, October 1, 2010


It's Sunday afternoon and I have nothing sweet to serve  my loved ones. I have a can of blueberry pie filling in the pantry and if  I mix it with some apples and spice is up with some cinnamon, I can put together a pretty mean cobbler. Yum!