This Tangerine Pecan Pomegranate Cheese Ball combines three kinds of cheese: smoked cheddar, goat cheese, and cream cheese. The combination of dried and fresh herbs, garlic, and smoked paprika balances out the sweet notes while pomegranate arils make it look festive. Indeed, this is the perfect way to wrap this year up!
This irresistibly delicious and rich Chestnut Pomegranate Hummus will be a great addition to your holiday festive menu.
This Creamy Chestnut Soup is a festive and comforting dish that would be so great for your Christmas celebrations.
Have you ever cooked one meal few times in a row?
That is happening to me now – two days I’ve been making polenta for my lunch, and I’ve got a feeling I am going to repeat this tomorrow. To be fair enough, I have made the different toppings.
Have your ever had a period in your life which was marked by cooking a particular dish for a long time?
This has always been an issue.
Last year I discovered so many new things in cooking. I won’t be giving you the examples though since they sound ridiculously simple, and you are going to ridicule me.
Oh, no. Are you begging me to disclose some of them? Okay, okay, I’ll do that – I can’t make you beg.
For example, first time ever I made a green smoothie. Yes, I had been raising a sceptical eye at green drinks for ages, but eventually I decided to give it a try. And totally loved it! I’ve loved them that much that you are going to find them quite often here!
So far doesn’t sound bad?
Okay, I’ll continue.
Oh, blood oranges!
If I were a poet, I would write a piece of poetry or better an ode to the blood oranges.
But I am not a poet at all.
I am not an artist or composer as well.
So, let’s hope somebody will do that instead of me, sooner or later. Realy, they (blood oranges deserve that).
In the meanwhile, I can contribute to this in a way I am familiar with – cooking.