Hi guys! I know it has been months since my last post, but for personal and medical reason I had to take a long break. As a matter of facts, I underwent recently a jaw surgery and I’m currently recovering. However, I decided to take a break from my recovery and post new recipe for Easter. First, Happy Easter to you and your family!
This year for Christmas, instead of posting a meat recipe, I decided to share with you one of my favorites side dishes for the holiday season. Honestly who doesn’t like mashed potatoes? It’s basically the staple side for big family celebration such as Thanksgiving and of course Christmas. As far I am concerned, mashed potatoes are the perfect binder between a delicious gravy and a well cooked and juicy piece of turkey. Continue reading
Many years ago, if someone had told me that I would be eating Brussels sprouts one day, I would have laughed at that person’s face. Growing up, I disliked almost every vegetables and Brussels sprouts were my least favorite among them. I probably hated their bitter aftertaste. And most people also don’t rave about their unappealing smell as well. However, just few years ago, after making a lot of changes in my eating habits, I found the perfect way to cook Brussels sprouts.
In the Christian faith, Easter marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ and it’s also a time of sharing. That’s why, in my family, we love to gather for a copious Easter meal. Even though, I no longer live with my parents, I try as best as I can to continue my family tradition by cooking, almost every year, an Easter meal for my family and friends.
Easter is coming! Easter is just days away and for this special occasion, I have decided to share with you some of my favorite recipes for Easter. As you have guessed from my blog post from last year, in my family, Easter always rhymed with Lamb. In fact, since my sweet childhood, Lamb has always been a central piece on our Easter feast menu.
Christmas is probably the only time in the year where you shouldn’t feel guilty of gormandizing. After all it’s a time for celebration and joy with your family and friends. On Christmas, in my family, we have various family traditions, however over the last few years, since moving to North America, I have introduced some new culinary traditions to our Christmas gatherings.
Even though, over the last few years, my mother tends to favor lamb and roe deer meat in her Christmas menu, poultry was always featured on my family’s feast table during the holidays. Capon and turkey being the most favored poultry for holiday celebration in my mother’s kitchen, and now in mine.