Happy New Year 2019!

It’s 2019 already! I want to wish everyone of you a prosperous and happy new year filled with joy, blessings and good health.

On a personal note, 2018 was a year of many challenges, reasons why I didn’t blog very much these past months. In fact, last may, I underwent a jaw surgery and, during the months that followed the surgery, I was still feeling the pain whenever I chewed or ate. But now I’m getting better and eat normally.

So in 2019, I won’t make big resolutions because from my past experiences I learned that making big resolution will leave you disappointed at the end of year if you weren’t able to fulfill your resolutions.

However, I will try to be a better blogger by posting as much posts as I can. I just need to manage my time more efficiently. Without trying to set myself up with big expectations but my goal will be to publish a new post, whether it’s a recipe or a review, at least once a week. Hopefully, I will be able to do better than in 2018 where I was mostly missing in action most of the time. 

May 2019 be filled with happiness, prosperity, blessings, good health and more recipes to share and discover.

Happy New Year! 🎊🎉

My Easter Lamb and Veal Shepherd Pie

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!

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My baked Christmas garlic mashed potatoes

 

Merry Christmas!!!

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

Roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon

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.

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