My spinach is thriving this year, so my first harvest produced enough tender fresh leaves to make two spinach omelettes for breakfast, and a salad for dinner.
Europeans love serving various home-made sauces with their meats and potatoes.
Even though pasta and rice often accompanies meat dishes, potatoes are most popular.
One of those sauces widely used in Eastern Europe, is a Fresh Dill Cream Sauce, which pairs great with Varenyky, Meatless Holubtsy, Palushky, Kendle, Vegetarian Burgers, etc.
I am on a soup cooking kick, as the cold winter weather is getting to me already.
This time I cooked up a large pot of quite delicious Italian Sausage and Kale soup.
Eastern Europeans like their meatballs served with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes, and a side dish of well seasoned sautéed cabbage.
You might think this is a strange combination, but it’s just a matter of acquiring a taste for it, and loving it.
Whether you are cooking at home, dining out, or ordering take out, there are almost always some leftovers to deal with after the fact.
There is nothing wrong with having leftovers. After all, you spent time and money on this food, so you deserve to enjoy it to the last morsel.