Homemade Chipotles in Adobo Sauce

Chipotle in Adobo Recipe

Chipotles in Adobo Sauce are a staple ingredient in Mexican cuisine. Chipotles, smoked and dried jalapeños, are paired with a thick intensely flavored Adobo sauce. The sauce features flavorful aromatic ingredients such as dried chiles, garlic, cinnamon and Mexican oregano. The spicy peppers are used to enhance classic dishes such as slow cooked Barbacoa Beef, … Read more

Spicy Hummus with Chiles in Adobo Sauce

Spicy Hummus Recipe

Hummus is a versatile dish that is easy to love. It makes a wonderful dip for toasted pita squares, tortilla chip or veggie sticks or can be used as a spread for toasted crostini or sandwiches. The basic recipe, featuring pureed garbanzo beans, or chickpeas, combined with the mild nutty flavor of toasted sesame seeds … Read more

What to Eat in Malta

Malta is a small island nation located just south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. Its temperate climate, beautiful rocky coast and stunning blue water make it a popular tourist destination. Malta’s friendly and English-speaking natives (Malta was once a British colony) and ancient ruins all add to the island´s appeal. However, for us, no … Read more

Homemade Cheesecake Graham Cracker Ice Cream (No-Churn)

No Churn Ice Cream Recipe

Good news! It’s perfectly possible to make smooth creamy homemade ice cream, without an ice cream machine or manual churning. That’s right, no chunks of ice or runny liquid, or the need to track down a bag of rock salt. The secret is using a can of sweet condensed milk. Better yet, this recipe is … Read more

Corn on the Cob with Cilantro Lime Butter

Corn Cilantro Lime Butter

Corn on the cob is one of our favorite summertime dishes. I could make (and have) an entire meal of it alone. Thoughts of the kernels dripping with butter and salt brings so many fond memories of summer meals with family and friends. So why change such a simple and perfectly wonderful way of eating … Read more

Fresh Mango Serrano Chile Salsa

fresh Mango Salsa

Nothing takes bland to bold more quickly than a fresh salsa. It can dress up anything from a humble plain tortilla chip, add a huge dose of flavor to a simple garden salad, or bring grilled foods to a whole new level. Best yet, salsas can pull this off while adding few calories and little, … Read more

Spicy Sriracha Korean Kimchi

Korean Sriracha Kimchi

Kimchi is a spicy fermented condiment, similar in concept to German sauerkraut. Both of these two cabbage-based foods are used as strong flavor enhancers, but there are sharp differences between the two dishes. Korean kimchi is characterized by its intense spiciness and pungent notes. Traditional kimchi is made with gochujang, which is a paste made … Read more

What to Eat in Brussels Belgium

The city of Brussels is not only the capital of Belgium, but also one of the capitals of the European Union. Its location, nestled between Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and France, and allowing for a short Chunnel ride to England, make it perfectly situated for that honor. The ability for Belgium, a relatively small country, … Read more

Cretan Cuisine: Best Dishes in Chania Crete

Chania is a northwestern city on the island of Crete. Its stunning rocky coastline, picturesque harbor, and quaint narrow streets charm visitors from around the world. We visited for two weeks, and felt we could have stayed longer, and of course both said over and over that we need to go back. One of the … Read more

Wine Tasting in Lisbon Portugal

While Porto in Portugal is known as a popular destination for wine lovers (or more specifically, Port lovers), Lisbon Portugal should not be overlooked as a fantastic destination to partake in the grape. There are quite a few establishments that specialize in the wines of Portugal. If you love wine, it’s a good idea to … Read more