Asian Pan Seared Salmon


When my husband and I first got married I had no idea how to cook, man the food I did was really bad. We were at Wal-Mart getting groceries one day and in the vegetable section they have free recipe cards. I saw this one and thought it looked amazing and went home and made it and it turned out perfect. Seven years later I am still making this very recipe. So even if you’re a new cook you can make it just like I did.

Salmon is filled with omega-3 fatty acids, which is extremely good for your health.… Continue reading

Kofta and Egg Tagine



Kofta and egg tagine is one of those dishes that can be made anytime of the day. The flavors meddle so well together and if you’re able to buy or make fresh bread to scoop it up with then you should. I like to prepare the meat early in the morning and allow the ground lamb and spices to sit for a while, it really intensifies the flavors. If your in a pinch for time I would allow at least an hour if you have it to spare.

1 pound ground lamb
1 small white onion
1 teaspoon ground… Continue reading

Herbed Lamb Roast


My son’s favorite meal is lamb roast so I usually end up making it at least once a week. I usually make it the Moroccan way and use shoulder but I wanted to try an Italian version using the leg. One thing about the shoulder is that you can buy a pretty good size but it shrinks up to almost nothing while it cooks and with the leg you do not get that. You end up getting a lot more meat with the leg.

A lot of recipes say that you should substitute juices for recipes that call for wine… Continue reading

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