Smell of Rosemary – Stuffed Turkey Breast 0

Stuffed Turkey Breast

If you make a decision to not cook the whole bird this year, here is a recipe for you. Tender, juicy and cooked to perfection turkey breast, stuffed with bread stuffing and wrapped in...

Smell of Rosemary - Vegetable Tian 0

Vegetable Tian

A few humble ingredients create this simple yet beautiful dish. The unexpected combination of potatoes, tomatoes and colorful beets, cooked to perfection will adorn any holiday main course. This vegetable tian, with roots based...

Smell of Rosemary - Simple Cranberry Sauce 0

Simple Cranberry Sauce

Here is the most basic recipe for cranberry sauce, which is a classic companion to roasted turkey on everyone’s Thanksgiving table. This recipe is super easy and fast, and much better-tasting that the canned variety. Ingredients...

Smell of Rosemary - Pork with Cabbage and Apples 0

Pork with Cabbage and Apples

As you can see, I am really in favor of one-pot dishes lately, when your vegetables and meat mingle together and create a wonderful meal. This time, a large Dutch oven, a work-horse in...

Smell of Rosemary - Chile and Cornbread Pie 0

Chile and Cornbread Pie

Love this one-pan dish, it is fast and easy to make and it will feed a crowd; and, it is also budget-friendly. One more great idea to use for ground beef. If by any chance...

Smell of Rosemary - American Style Sandwich Bread 0

American-Style Sandwich Bread

I have used this bread recipe for years now. It comes from the cookbook Home Baking. This bread is made only with flour and water and a bit of yeast, and the remarkable flavor...

Smell of Rosemary – Afghan Pumpkin Stew 0

Afghan Pumpkin Stew

Fragrant and full of exotic flavors, pumpkin stew is a favorite main dish for cold fall evenings. The original name is Borani Kadoo and this recipe originates from Afghan cuisine. Served with garlic yogurt, it...