One of Walter’s specialties is lasagna. He’s always made a great dish and it improved after our trip to Italy (and the many detailed notes we took while eating the food there). One of the things that make this lasagna so amazing is the fresh ingredients used in it especially the fresh homemade pasta noodles. If you are daring enough and have the tools, I highly recommend using them. It is ok if you don’t but it does make a difference.
So here it is…my first official recipe that does not have pork in it! Last summer we were in Greece and ate feta…baked! It was SO delicious, I had to replicate it. I decided to pair it with a simple polenta to make a full meal out of it rather than the appetizer we enjoyed on vacation.
I bought these pork steaks the other day and wasn’t sure about what I was going to do with them. I was going to just make my garlic rosemary pork steak recipe, but then realized I had nothing to post this week yet, so needed to change course! I wracked my brain all day and had no idea what to do. I was going to run to the store, but it was freaking cold out, so I went through my pantry and saw them…the pepitas! My mind started firing at all speeds and decided to use them. Continue reading
My favorite part of the weekend is the morning. Why? Because every weekend morning Walter and I cook breakfast together. It usually consists of Walter’s amazing home fried potatoes and some egg dish I whip up. Often it is accompanied with bacon. Last weekend was a bit different. I actually slept in to the late hour of half past 7! (For me, sadly, that is sleeping in). When I woke up I heard some chopping in the kitchen. Of course I was a bit intrigued as to what Walter was up to. When I walked in I saw some veggies, …