Vegetarian Dumpling Soup — Skinny Spatula

This vegetarian dumpling soup is the embodiment of comfort food. Fluffy semolina dumplings make this soup hearty and cozy, just like a warm blanket for your belly. Dumplings soup is one of the dishes that reminds most people of childhood. My mother used to make chicken soup with dumplings on Sundays, and it was one…… Vegetarian…

A Milestone and a Cornbread Recipe

Originally posted on The Food In-Laws:
Karen and I officially opened our blog in March of this year, but we started working out the details on how we wanted to proceed and what we wanted to say, as well as choosing a style for the blog and starting to build the site several months earlier…

A Childhood Cooking Memory

Originally posted on The Food In-Laws:
When you think back to your childhood, what special memories come to mind? Do you remember good times playing with your friends or going to a great birthday party? Perhaps you remember many happy holidays shared with family or a special family trip that you went on. For me…

Sephardic Eggplant and Tomato Relish

Originally posted on Tasty Eats:
The following tasty eggplant-tomato relish, or side dish – called “alburnia” in Ladino – comes from the Sephardic cuisine, which I’ve mentioned here quite a few times. While the combination of eggplant and tomatoes is popular in many cuisines, the method of preparing this dish is quite unique, and produces…

Pear & Ginger Muffins — The New Vintage Kitchen

Ripe autumn pears dance beautifully with spicy ginger! We had a lovely brunch with friends Suzy and Bob last week at the peak of Vermont’s fabulous foliage color. It was an autumn celebration of some of the best of the season: a frittata featuring native squash, beans, and corn. Roasted potatoes, of course. A few… Pear…