We love to travel, but we also love to cook! This is a collection of some of our favorite recipes we've enjoyed from around the world - and one's we've perfected at home!
Enjoy making these, and bring a little flavor of the world right to your own kitchen!
If you’re looking for a relatively quick, low-carb, and healthy appetizer that’s filling enough to keep you full, these Italian-style stuffed portobello mushrooms are perfect for you! Using traditional Italian ingredients, you can actually do… Read More
Chicken Saltimbocca is a traditional Italian dish that’s modified using chicken instead of veal. The word saltimbocca means “jumps in mouth”, and the truth is that is really does! This recipe is true to the traditional… Read More
Shrimp Scampi is a classic dish in America that’s based on an Italian tradition of cooking Scampi, which are tiny crustaceans that look a bit like small lobsters. In Italy, the tradition has been to… Read More
If there’s one dish Tracy and I couldn’t live without, regardless of where we are, it’s French Onion Soup. It’s the one dish that, when you want it, there’s no substitute. It’s either French Onion… Read More
German Chocolate Cake is a sweet, rich, and delicious layered cake that actually isn’t German. It has its roots in the mid-19th century in America when baker Samuel German developed a dark, baking chocolate which… Read More
New England Clam Chowder is an American specialty, believed to be introduced to the upper northeast by French immigrants in the 1700s. It increased in popularity as a hearty, homemade dish until it gained notoriety… Read More
Shrimp Fra Diavolo sounds like a truly authentic Italian dish, but it isn’t. In reality the brainchild of Italian immigrants who had come to America, this dish’s past is speculative at best, but is most… Read More
Growing up in rural America, breakfast was always a big deal. It was an occasion where families got together, made a meal, and got the day started. What was almost always at the center of… Read More
Chicken Tetrazzini is an American dish, allegedly created in the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, where at the time Italian opera star Luisa Tetrazzini was a resident. It was incredibly popular in the mid-20th century… Read More