Roasted Cauliflower and Fennel Soup

My beautiful friend Elainee gave me this brilliant idea for this hearty soup today. She had tried a fennel consomm√© and my wheels began to turn because I had some bone broth I wanted to use up and a head of cauliflower. So I went to the market and picked up fennel and shallots, and … Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower and Fennel Soup

Savory Cheddar Muffins

These are possbly the most flavorful muffins I have ever made! They are reminiscent of cornbread, depiste the fact that they are made without any cornmeal. When I was making these I realized that I was out of butter and used some melted bacon fat instead. The bacon fat is what has made the world … Continue reading Savory Cheddar Muffins

Sauteed Kale with Red Pepper Flakes and Mustard Seeds

Kale. So I am not going to lie, but I have never been a fan of kale. I do like the milder flavor of lacinto kale, but regular kale is just always too tough and bitter for my pallet. So the last time I used a super market delivery service, they must have been out … Continue reading Sauteed Kale with Red Pepper Flakes and Mustard Seeds

Ekmek, Greek Custard Dessert

My hands down, my absolute favorite Greek dessert has always been Ekmek Kataifi. I loved it so much that I even opted for this dessert instead of a cake for sweet sixteen birthday party, serving sixty guests. Growing up in NYC, this dessert was readily availble to me because Queens has so many Greek pastry … Continue reading Ekmek, Greek Custard Dessert

Keto Mini Berry Tarts

I recently made two types of berry curds. A sugar free mixed berry curd and a strawberry curd. They are wonderful as fillings for cakes and tarts! They are so pretty, festive and they taste amazing! Today I opted for mini fruit tarts! Fruit tarts have always been my favorite little treats and I am … Continue reading Keto Mini Berry Tarts

Mixed Berry Curd

I recently was introduced to curd at Thanksgiving when I was looking for something different to make for the holiday, and made a baked cranberry curd tart. I have been curious about curd because I have always seen lemon curd in the market, and it is used in various desserts. Well, while I was exploring, … Continue reading Mixed Berry Curd

Langostino Ceviche

I love the wonderful refreshing flavors of ceviche. While ceviche or cebiche is made in various nations in Central & South America, in Peru it is celebrated as a part of its national heritage, and even has a holiday declared in its honor. Ceviche is traditionally is made with chunks of raw fish that is … Continue reading Langostino Ceviche

Thumbprint Cookies

I wanted to bake some cookies. I am not going to lie that most of the keto cookie recipes I have tried have been an utter failure! Be it the texture and the lack of natural gluten that wheat has, or the right balance of sweeteners. I have truly been left disappointed. Then last night … Continue reading Thumbprint Cookies