Victoria Bishop-Smith

A Hanukkah Favorite — Latkes

Latkes have been around for centuries and are specifically associated with the celebration of Hanukkah. These fried potato fritters consist of a simple mixture including shredded potatoes and onions mixed with egg and flour to bind it together. They are then shallow fried to crispy, golden perfection and typically served

Read More »

The Crispiest Japanese Chicken – Karaage

Fried chicken is a recipe seen in most cuisines and differentiations come from a variety of marinating, coating and cooking styles. Karaage is a Japanese cooking technique that involves coating bite sized pieces of chicken in potato or corn starch and shallow frying them to create the crispiest bite ever!

Read More »

4 Must-Try Pumpkin Dishes for This Fall Season

Spooky season is here and that means everyone gets to chug all the pumpkin spice lattes they can stomach and go galloping through pumpkin patches dressed in their favorite flannel.  Halloween and pumpkins have been a classic pairing for hundreds of years. It originated in Ireland when people would carve

Read More »

A Filipino Classic — Pork Adobo

It’s Filipino American History Month and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious Filipino classic. The Filipino cuisine has been around since the 16th century. It is a slow cooked meal that consists of meat marinated in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaves and black peppercorns. There are many

Read More »

A Bold and Tangy Mexican Classic – Chicken Tinga

It’s Hispanic Heritage month and with that comes a variety of delicious, spicy and versatile dishes that reign from many Latin regions around the world. Chicken tinga is a classic Mexican dish originating in Puebla, but it is now consumed throughout central and southern Mexico.  This dish can be found

Read More »

A Middle Eastern Classic — Chicken Shawarma

Nothing’s better than getting a fresh Chicken Shawarma from your local Halal cart guy topped with creamy garlic sauce and fresh veggies.  Chicken Shawarma has been around since the 19th century and originated in the Middle East. Since, it has become an extremely popular street food in a variety of

Read More »

A Colorful Classic Dish — Ratatouille

Summer is almost over and that means it’s time to take advantage of all the nutritious, colorful, seasonal vegetables. Ratatouille brings in a variety of vegetables arranged in a beautiful pattern to make a tasty dish that looks like a work of art. Originating in Nice, France, this dish has

Read More »
Verified by MonsterInsights