Cheesy Breakfast Potatoes

When you are make eggs for breakfast and you need something savory, filling to go with it, then why not make a side of Cheesy Breakfast Potatoes  I originally wanted to make traditional hashbrowns with shredded potatoes, but the recipe calls for soaking the potatoes for a few hours, being short on time, I thought why…

New Zealand Style Pork Boil Up

When it’s a cold winter’s weekend and you found a tasty sounding recipe in the Herald’s Bite Magazine, then why not take the recipe on paper and create it into real life by making some New Zealand Style Pork Boil Up! This delicious soup is so easy to make and I love using the fresh ingredients…

Zuppa de Tuscana (Olive Garden Copy Cat)

When you moved to a foreign country that does not have an Olive Garden, you used to go there once a week for their unlimited soup, salad, & bread sticks, then why not try this Olive Garden copycat, Zuppa de Tuscana. This hearty soup filled with meat, potatoes, and kale is sure to satisfy that…

Dosa Potatoes

When you are planning on cooking South Indian food because your diet typically consists of rice, lentil, and stew, then why not make some Dosa Potatoes to have with some Dosa! This potato recipe is easy to create and delicious to eat. Normally you would eat this with a Dosa (Indian lentil and rice crepe), like an…

Potato and Leek Soup

When you have just fell down a flight of stairs, have heaps of bruises,  you want something to make you whole again, the why not make this vitamin K rich, Potato and Leek Soup. Leeks and potatoes are a good source of vitamin K, and as a nurse vitamin K help with clotting and when…

Shrimp and Crab Chowder

When you have partied over the weekend, you think its best to pump your body with antioxidants, since shellfish is a good source of Selenium, then why not make some Shrimp and Crab Chowder. A nice way to wrap up the weekend before going back to work is through a satisfied stomach. This warm, filling…