Sauteed Cabbage and Leeks with Pancetta

I’ve seen more varieties of cabbage in Ireland, then anywhere else in the world that I’ve been. The Irish love their cabbage. And I love both the Irish and their cabbage. Ireland is full of happy, cheerful people who greet strangers on the street with a smile and a kind conversation. I think it’s because…

Orange Rosemary Olive Oil Cake

Working in the kitchens of Casa San Carlo was a turning point for me on my journey of figuring out what to do in my life. I knew I really want to work with food in some way. To share that love and flavor with others. It was time to stop with the travel blog…

Chickpea and Spinach Curry

One of the necessities with cooking while traveling is learning to cook with what you have. I more often have a stove top, but not an oven. Also, most places tend to have one large pot for cooking. As a result, many of our recipes are one-pot meals cooked in the one large pot. You also have…

Finding My Way Back to Sharing Food

I thought at the beginning of the journey that I would find a way to continue blogging through it. To continue sharing food stories and adventures with you. Between lack of reliable internet in the locations we traveled to and a focus on building a new travel blog, I found I couldn’t keep up. A…

Turn Thanksgiving Leftovers Into Breakfast

Yummy ways to use Thanksgiving leftovers in creative ways for breakfast. All of these look awesome and are a great way to transform those leftovers into a new form. No one will realize they are made of leftovers. Source: Turn Thanksgiving Leftovers Into Breakfast