Creamy Baba Ganoush recipe

It’s that eggplant isn’t it? Siting on the counter with eyes wide open, shamelessly looking at you. And you pass it by – 2 days in a row.  Finally, it ends pre-cut and stored in the fridge for that moussaka you’ve been planning for…

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Light Dock Leaves Noodle Soup

What are dock leaves, you might ask? The shortest answer is sock (or somewhere sorrel) leaves are a weed that was first growing across Europe. Now, it’s popular all across the world. Our local farmer’s market sells them in bouquets – like green flowers.…

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Farro & Feta Cheese Salad (Mediterranean style)

Salads are a wonderful and easy way to refresh your day. Plus they are super versatile (who’s really counting on veggies, not me!). Best of all, when topped with some grains, become a wonderful light meal that is satisfying at the same time. This…

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Easy Chia Oatmeal Pancakes

This recipe goes to all the pancake lovers out there.  Growing up, we always made my region’s traditional pancakes, called Crepes. They are super delicious and versatile; however since ‘discovering’ the American pancake version (that goes way back in time), we’ve somewhat changed our…

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Easy Baked Whole Trout with Garlic

Trout was first introduced to Europeans from the USA. It’s a type of fish that is a pretty close relative to salmon, but it’s less oily. It is best if you can source organic trout as fish stocking densities are generally lower in comparison…

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