special occasions - special ocassions
These gluten-free cod fritters are the first ones I made at home once married. Some friends came to dinner and one of them is celiac.
These eggs benedictine come directly from New York for you.
We took them in Balthazar, my site
This cod with potatoes is a recipe that year after year we repeat at home when Easter approaches. Although I love to prepare the Cod with Tomato or cod to the Biscayan that always comes out delicious.
These meat empanadas are one of my options as a starter this holiday season. They are called echpochmak and have a filling that you will love.
These potato and cream cheese gnocchis are one of my favorite Italian dishes and although I bring it to you especially for these days when we usually repeat the same dishes, you can take them in any
With these crispy canapés of camembert we end up with the tickets for Christmas d this year. But. not because it is the last one it is the least spectacular.
This stuffed turkey is the easiest you are going to prepare this Christmas and also the richest. They are stuffed turkey breasts in the easiest and most delicious way.
These puff pastries of smoked salmon and cream cheese will be an appetizer that you will repeat over and over again at home. not only at parties but throughout the year because everyone likes them,
This monkfish in salsa verde has become a wild card in my house. It can be a luxury dish if we use a good monkfish and some prawns or
These red wine cheeks are present every Christmas in my house. They are a super easy recipe and one of the first I posted on the blog. You can see the original recipe here, but I have decided to update the photos and the recipe leaving how they are made in
These spaghetti with pumpkin and sage have conquered us this autumn. It is true that sage is not an herb that we use very commonly in our kitchen, but it is one of
This Biscayne cod is undoubtedly one of the favorite cod recipes at home, especially in the time of wakefulness, Lent and Easter. So this year we'll take it on Good Friday,. that although without processions or thrones, we will continue to enjoy traditions.