Archive for the ‘Europe’ Category

Chicken with Quince

Surprise mom on Mother’s Day! Quinces are delicious cooked with meats. The quince is hard, acidic, and astringent before cooking, but once cooked and sweetened, it turns red, tastes divine, and takes on the color and flavor of love.

Crusted Rack of Lamb

Lamb is one of the most commonly served Easter dished. This tradition dates back to the Old Testament in which the Jewish population would eat an entire lamb on Easter day. For the Jews, the tradition of eating lamb on Easter symbolizes the sacrifice God made for Israel and its people before they left Egypt. […]

Irish Apple Barley Pudding

  Little boys and girls love apple and this irish apple barley  pudding dessert allow them to really enjoy it on Patrick’s Day.

Irish Coffee

  The story begins, like all great legends, in a stormy night in winter of 1942. Joe Sheridan worked as a chef at Foynes Airbase in Limerick, Ireland, when he received a phone as a plane traveling from Foynes to New York was diverted because of weather, and passengers were returning after 5 hours in […]