Every now and again I surprise myself with some dish or the other. Like remember when I was on that kick of eating fish for a whole month? I thought it was the best fish ever. Well I am seriously fished out as I made that same fish again today and you know what? It just did not taste like out of this world like I though it did. Granted I used seasoning that was in the fridge and not… Read more »

Today I am sharing this creamy, coconut milk based fish soup, topped with melted cheese hailing all the way from the South American Country of Paraguay. Pira caldo is a fish soup made with fresh water catfish paired with vegetables. This recipe was provided by 196 flavors. The pictures and video belongs to tastesspicy. If you like this video and want to see more like it, head on over to my Youtube Channel and hit the subscribe button!

Some nights after a full days work at the office, working out twice for the day at the gym, dealing with the never ending winter in Minnesota, I just want to come home and throw together something that is quick and simple, yet delicious. This was definitely one of those days. To start with my work laptop crashed big time and I was unable to get it back up and running. Which means I have to go into the office… Read more »

Hi there again! I am back! Not that I went anywhere. I was still right here, though I was not in the mood to cook! Yes even foodies like myself get into a slump and don’t feel like cooking of blogging or talking. I have not posted anything in a full month, holy Hannah! The inspiration for this recipe came from fellow food blogger RecipeTinEats. Check her out she is amazing! She made this Potato Parmesan Dish, that looked super… Read more »

If anyone knows me, they will know I have a serious obsession with bread! Not just any bread either, I don’t like breads with a hard crust. I don’t like to work for my bread. I want my bread to be soft and fluffy! There is nothing better than the smell of freshly baked bread. In my family it is tradition to bake bread on Thanksgiving and Christmas morning to eat our Ham with. We usually open presents on Christmas… Read more »