Authentic Pakistani Seikh kabobs and Chapli kabobs

Note to self: The one thing that everyone asks my mom about her kabobs is how she gets them super soft and succulent. From customers at the restaurant to hotel wedding managers for catering orders everyone dies to know how they’re made. And until today it was a very well guarded secret that she allowed…

French Onion Soup

Note to self: Can we just take a moment to savor this picture? How yummy does that look? This was one of the heartiest flavorful-est soups I’ve made and it came out super delicious! I’ve never had french onion soup before but have always wanted to try it. Most have beef broth and wine incorporated…

Creamy Tomato Soup

Note to self: My inner Miami girl is coming out…It’s starting to become colder and colder up here in Georgia and I often find myself waking up with my teeth chattering. Growing up in Florida has spoiled me to summer and palm trees all year round. Not that I mind a reprieve from the heat…

Tteokguk (Korean Rice Cake Soup)

Note to self: With the upcoming New Year I decided to make Tteokguk, a Korean rice cake soup that’s traditionally eaten on Seollal, the Korean new year. It lands on the first day of the Lunar calendar and it usually coincides with the Chinese new year. I never tried it or heard of it until Moudi introduced…

Beef Noodle Soup

Note to self: I love the cold…so much. It’s actually one of the things me and Moudi disagree on. He likes room temperature to warm while I’m there blasting the AC and having the fan on high yet still in my socks, blanket and all bundled up. I know it doesn’t make sense to him…

Asian Garlic Noodles

Note to self: Oh boy oh boy oh boy…these noodles are the holy grail of noodles! Moudi and I loved them so much and legit finished this in one sitting. Moudi couldn’t stop eating it and after he did the dishes he went back in for a second round…it was THAT good! The best part…

Zimbabwean Braai (Roasted BBQ beef skewers)

Note to self: If you’ve never heard of Braii don’t worry, I was oblivious as well until I was introduced to it by one of my best friends. Her mother in law makes THE best braai ever and since she married into a Zimbabwean family I knew I just had to delve into the wonders of…

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Note to self: Tis the season of pumpkin spice errythang! I love this time of year, the cold weather, the leaves changing color, and when everyone becomes obsessed with pumpkin. Don’t get me wrong…I welcome it whole heartedly! In fact I wish it was a year round celebration…There’s something magical about it AND it’s the…

Korean Bibimbap

Note to self: This recipe was inspired by Alina, one of my lovely snapchat followers! It was totally yummy and the spicy Korean sauce used to coat the beef was spicy and went well with all the other ingredients. I decided to repurpose the Mongolian beef from the previous recipe instead of using ground beef….

Vegetarian Korean Jjajangmyeon

Note to self: This is a recipe inspired by Moudi. We were on a YouTube binge watching cooking videos and came across this YouTuber called Seonkyoung longest. She’s super fun and has this segment where she goes live and in 15 minutes has to cook up something on the spot that a viewer requests. We…

Chicken Chili Egg Noodle Soup

Note to self: I’ve been looking for recipes on Pinterest for good homemade soup that uses chicken and great northern white beans. (It’s all I had on hand and I didn’t feel like going to the grocery store) I came across this recipe and I adapted it from lilluna.com…for some reason it turned out a…

Leftover Biryani Lettuce Cups

Note to self: This is a super healthy and fun way to eat leftovers…Just pop them into some lettuce cups, add a yummy sauce and that’s basically it. It should be a crime at how simple and fast this is. I was debating whether even to put up a video because legit it’s less than…