Most, if not, all Middle Eastern cuisines have their own variation of yogurt and cucumber salad or soup. The Greeks add garlic and call it Tzatziki, the Armenians go with mint and dill and call it Jajuk. Which translates to Summer Soup. My Armenian "expert", Jamie from I am Not the Babysitter, told me some people use more… Continue reading Jajuk (Summer Soup) – plus Tasty Tuesdays Link Up
How delicious did my guys think these Simple Beef Shish Kebabs were? Not only did they eat them, they complimented me! UNPROMPTED! If you tell them I marinated them in yogurt and onions, I will disavow any knowledge of those facts. They loved them, but I would have had a full fledged riot on my… Continue reading Simple Beef Shish Kebabs
How about a nice simple and healthy frozen treat for summer time? How does no churn, low fat, reduced sugar Peach Frozen Yogurt sound? So light and refreshing on hot day! -------- BRIEF COMMERCIAL INTERRUPTION: I will get back to the Peach Frozen Yogurt soon, I promise. I don't normally do this, but this is for a… Continue reading Peach Frozen Yogurt
I originally saw this recipe back in December and promised myself I would make it since Jamie from I am not the Babysitter raved about it so much she put learning to make it on her "30 things to do before turning 30 list". I do not have such a list, and my 30th birthday came and… Continue reading Armenian Manti (Monti)
In my last blog, I wrote about some of my failures in the kitchen. Believe me, there are many more than just those. But today I wanted to mention a few of the successes I have had, particularly using up the pulp leftover from my adventures in juicing. Juice Pulp Crackers - I had to… Continue reading The winners are….