Category Archive: Savor-Me

Sweet Potato-Chicken Hash Topped With A Poached Egg

Lookin for a good time? Toss an egg on it!!! Fun Jen Fact: I have high cholesterol!  Before you’re quick to be like, “Well, duh, I’ve seen your blog posts,” you should be… Continue reading

Quick and Easy: Sliced & Stuffed Salmon with Basil Butter

I purchased a HUGE wild sockeye fillet from Costco (keywords “from Costco”) and decided that I wanted to go old fashioned butter, garlic, and herbs on this tiny whale.  You could also use… Continue reading

Recipe: Coffee and Chocolate Beef Stew & A Lesson on Canola Versus Olive Oil

Today’s Lesson: When to Use Olive Oil Versus Canola Oil Olive Oil: – contains antioxidants, polyphenols and omega-3 fatty acids — promotes cardiovascular health and cognitive function as well as boots your immune system… Continue reading

Chicken Pot Pie 2-Ways: Turnovers and Classic Pie

Jim: “Michael had chicken potpie for lunch. Actually, let me rephrase that, Michael had an entire chicken pot pie for lunch, and- let me be more specific. Michael ate an entire family-sized chicken potpie… Continue reading

Tomato Basil Quiche in a Buttery Crust

I think it’s pretty interesting how people spend several hours waiting for a cronut, and now, apparently the hot new thing is standing on line for a ramen burger. As much as I… Continue reading

Middle Eastern Eggplant with Ground Turkey (Patlican Oturtma)

Growing up, my grandma would cook for our holidays, and always, we could expect the same dishes at each. Thanksgiving…Passover…Irrelevant.  It was all about the rice, soups, and stews (throw in a turkey… Continue reading

Restaurant Week: DBGB Kitchen and Bar

Restaurant Week in NYC Featured Restaurant: DBGB Kitchen and Bar Location: East Village, Manhattan I had ALWAYS wanted to eat at a Boulud restaurant and found a friend from work who felt a… Continue reading

Melt In Yo’ Mouth Beef Stew

Basically, when it comes to stewing, what you’re doing is building layers. (Ogres are layered, like onions — ahem, shrek reference.) You brown the meat. You cook the veggies. You add the meat… Continue reading

Sloppy Joe Time

Whenever I think of sloppy joe, my mind jumps back to my elementary school days. It was, hands down, one of the best lunches. Ever. I was an extremely picky eater, and I… Continue reading

Butternut Squash Couscous

I’m watching AdventureTime and my mom just told me that I should stop watching little kid shows. She totally doesn’t understand this show. But that’s fine. It took a couple of years before… Continue reading

Awesome Two Bean Turkey Chili

Hypothetical question that I’ve been toying with in my head.. Let’s suppose that everyday, you eat one particular food because you really really love it. Say it’s ice cream (not speaking from my… Continue reading

Indian Eggplant Stew – Bhurtha

Indian food is generally really good for you, besides the jolting to the lav. (Oh and Indian on Valentine’s Day makes for an interesting experience) Some of the best spices commingle within one… Continue reading

Chicken Eggplant Parmesan

Why do people blog? Me, personally, I do it as a concrete journal of my food adventures. I assume others do it for cathartic reasons probably.. or fame? The need to communicate with… Continue reading

Versatile Blogger Award & Moroccan Chicken Bastilla

Thank you to the Peckish Kiwi for choosing me as #2 recipient of the Versatile Blogger Award!!!!! Also, thanks for pointing out that I only have 25 followers, lol. ALSO thanks to Miss Chris Creations for the… Continue reading

Tofu Parmigiana

Lunch time for me has been kind of shitty ever since I was a wee laddie. My mom, who cannot cook, can also not construct a sandwich for the life of her. I… Continue reading

Curry Spiced Fried Tofu

I’m really okay with eating tofu out of the box. And I think that’s normal, especially in healthier countries. A lot of people (men..) refuse to eat tofu. Here’s one way to stuff… Continue reading

Shepherd’s Pie

This will be one of my last posts before I begin my new job on Monday! Which means, less cooking but I’ll do my best not to stray too far. Got them pre-employment… Continue reading

Steak Bordelaise: Molecular Gastronomy Style

Here’s a fun fact about me: Before now, I had never cooked steak before in my life. So maybe I am not, how-you-say, “the perfect housewife.”  Sorry hubs, but I’m not really that sorry. Second… Continue reading

Scalloped Potatoes Au Gratin

Do you ever wake up in the morning to a song playing in your head? I do everyday, and today, it was the Macarena… does that mean it is going to be a… Continue reading

Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie is the key to my heart. There you go. Now that it’s out in the open, I expect hundreds of suitors at my door with pie at hand. Don’t worry.… Continue reading

Panko Crusted Chicken Two Ways: Pear, Sage, Gruyere and Ricotta, Tomato, Basil

I love things that are filled with things. I.e. cookies inside cookies or the cherpumple, which is on my to-do in life list (3 pies inside 3 cakes). It’ll happen.. especially if I… Continue reading

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Browned Butter and Sage Sauce

I tried making gnocchi once before with normal Russet potatoes. My boyfriend at the time must’ve been trying to spare my feelings because it was atrocious. I can still feel them in my… Continue reading

Pasta with Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese

Butternut squash, oh you know the way to my heart. It’s like if a pumpkin had sex with a zucchini.. This dish is not exactly my most beautiful child, but I wouldn’t present… Continue reading

Savory Matzah Brei with Sauteed Onion

Just because this is the first time I have ever made / eaten matzah brei, doesn’t make me a bad Jew. There are tons of other things that make me a bad Jew.… Continue reading

Parmesan Chicken with Stewed Peaches

Some people hate mixing sweet with savory;  I am not one of them. In my opinion, if you can have a dinner that’s like a dessert and then eat dessert afterwards, that is… Continue reading

Chinese Tofu & Eggplant in Garlic Sauce

My first savory post: So, I kind of have special feelings for tofu. It’s not like we’re seeing each other exclusively; I fling with chicken on weekdays, and occasionally, a girl requires beef.… Continue reading

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