Antipasto Cheese Ball

This crowd-pleaser Antipasto Cheese Ball with salami, bell peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and rosemary is savoury, festive, elegant, and delicious.

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Potato Tuna Feta Salad

This delicious Potato Tuna Feta Salad with a light mustard & olive oil dressing is another (healthier) alternative to your traditional potato salad.

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Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Quinoa Stuffed Peppers stuffed with black olives (or black beans), herbs, and smoked cheese are easy to make, delicious, and healthy dish.

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Prosciutto and Arugula Pizza

Prosciutto Arugula Pizza
What could be better than a hot, crispy and gooey homemade pizza on a lovely Saturday/Sunday day? I’ve said that about a bowl of pasta though. And polenta as well. Anyways, the weekends have been created for having something super cozy and comfort. Something, you should spend a bit more your time than usual. So, pizza is quite a good choice, isn’t it?

We have had pizza already twice in this month, and hopefully we’ll continue! It could be such a good tradition, right?

Even though Toronto has a lot of good places where you can order a delicious pizza, I’ll repeat – there is still nothing better than a homemade one. I’m able to say that only for the last couple of years, though.

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Pizza Snails

DSCN8610Being a cook and food blogger, there is never ever enough time. No, I am not talking about our time- and effort- consuming passion and attempts to squeeze it in our schedule. That’s obvious. Everyone has a family, friends, children, partners, spouses, pets, and garden at last (Please choose an option suitable for you. That can be a multiple choice. Thanks).

OMG. I’ve totally forgotten to mention our work and  studying. This could be quite a time-consuming thing to do, right?:)

Indeed, this passion is about the compromise – you will always try to squeeze in your schedule, occasionally ditching your family, friends, children, and partners (you know the whole list of these obstacles) in order to make a sophisticated dish, take 350 pictures of this dish, then spend a few hours sorting out the pictures and finally writing a blog post. In return, your folks will be allowed to eat some scrumptious (hopefully) food you’ve made. I think it’s quite a good deal, isn’t it?

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