This is a very very close, delicious, and healthier alternative to what you will find on a big mac. I counted 19 ingredients in McDonald’s Big Mac Special Sauce and at least 5 of those ingredients are not natural, such as stabilizers and preservatives. No thank you!
It’s really quite quick to make yourself, and not only will it be a great complement to your next burger, but it is a big hit around here as a tartar sauce replacement for fish! Continue Reading »
And, since we can’t get American bottled salad dressings here, we have to make our own. My husband found this recipe the other day, and he modified it by making it with tomato paste instead of ketchup and upping the vinegar – and I bottled it
Enjoy it on your next salad! Continue Reading »
After many days of searching, I came across a sandwich called Sabich a few times, and decided to leave out the bread and let it be an interesting salad.
The components of the salad really harmonized well together, and the salad was light, but hearty and filling. I can see why it is loved as a sandwich/wrap filling.
You can find the original recipe here. Continue Reading »
In someways I have become a “broken food blogger” – I only have 4 plastic yellow pickinick plates to photograph on, one salad bowl, and 3 forks. But, in no way have I become a broken foodie – there is a big difference! Although my current kitchen/foyer is smaller than the bathroom of my last apartment (2 meter x 2 meter), I still cook for my family every day and I still send my son to preschool with delicious homemade meals.
There are somethings that you should never let go of. The most important being your dignity in the kitchen. Last week I cooked a 5 course meal with one electric burner and a toaster oven for 15 people and no body would have guessed. Granted it took me 3 days to prepare, but I accomplished it and it made me feel good.
So, today I want to share with you a recipe that I found way back in the winter when I lived in my old home, but still use today in my tiny hole-in-the wall kitchen. The recipe says it’s an Italian salad dressing, but I find that it can go either way Greek or Italian. Continue Reading »
Anyways, I really fell in love with this Greek salad recipe from a blog called Janet Is Hungry. The recipe I tried was her accidental adaptation of her own recipe that she loves even more than the original. So, I thought I’d give it a try. Continue Reading »