I am so excited to share this episode with you! Not only are duck breasts easy to make, but they are also healthy and delicious. This perfect blend of tender sweet and sour duck breasts paired with a side of roasted vegetables will leave you coming back for more.
Sweet and sour duck breasts episode premiering in two days! You won’t want to miss this delicious and easy Asian infused recipe, it’s the perfect balance of healthy and tasty! Stay tuned and be sure to visit the blog daily!
I love this recipe because it’s fast and easy to make and it’s a good comfort food. It has the perfect lemon zest kick that adds freshness. Having lemons in your kitchen brightens up the entire room, and we can aways use the extra Vitamin C in the fall. In just a few easy steps you’ll have perfect lunch or dinner! Read the rest of this entry »
So, if you didn’t already know that during the midst of all the renovations, remodeling, and chaos that follows a move, I got engaged! Dakota (Koty) and I decided to make it official and get married first to ease the stress that comes with wedding planning.
This is the last recipe in our apple series and I’ve saved the best for last; it’s one of my favorites! Rabbit is tender, and the apples and onions are complimentary and very sweet. I would even go as far as calling it drunk rabbit, because the recipe calls for a bottle of chardonnay and bottle of ice wine. Game meat reminds me of celebrations at home, and of course, apple trees were always growing in the backyard of my grandmother’s house in Russia.
These are a fun fall treat great for a Sunday breakfast at home with your hunnie or for dessert dusted with powdered sugar. If you have little ones, these can be a fun afternoon project, as long a there is an adult doing the frying! These are best eaten and served immediately because of the batter. Frying can be intimidating, but these little apple pillows are perfect to practice with! And the results are delicious! Read the rest of this entry »