Russian Kulich also known as paska (sweet Easter bread) is fluffy, fragrant, soft and aromatic butter bread; typically served at Easter, but is delicious any time of year. Kulich is baked in a tall cylindrical pan; a 2-pound empty coffee can is a perfect size and shape, but other pans in different sizes may be used as well
These Rogaliki Cookies – Rugelach a must have with tea. They are well known among Slavic community. My dear friend Raisa shared this recipe with me and it never fails to satisfy our sweet tooth.
I have to share this simple Party BBQ Meatballs recipe with you. I make them as an appetizers all the time for parties, get-togethers, etc.
I am using pre-made meatballs from the store, but if you have few extra minutes, make your own! I usually get mine from Trader Joe’s. The best part about these BBQ meatballs is no one would ever know they were so simple to make. You could even turn them into a main dish and serve them over creamy mashed potatoes. YUM! [click to continue…]
Sugar and Spice, I’m craving something nice. Hot Cranberry Apple Cider is the perfect blend of Apple Cider with fresh Cranberry and Orange spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg.
Mom’s braised potatoes – Hearty, Simple and very rich in Flavor. AKA Gagauz traditional Potatoes with meat. It takes a little bit of time to make this meal, since it requires to be slowly cooked in the oven for 2 1/2 hours but you can do all things around the house while dinner is cooking. A win-win! You can make it in slow cooker as well. Just instead of placing the pot into the oven, transfer it to the slow cooker, cover and cook it on low for a couple of hours.
Start your day off with these buttermilk and flaxseed pancakes. There is nothing better than a homemade pancake in the morning and these are quite delicious!!! [click to continue…]