Pears in Red Wine and Spices

By Cook | May 30, 2008

A classic wonderful dessert, which could be made in advance. You should buy a great Vanilla ice cream and serve it aside the pears - they go sooo good together. Plus- with the contrast between it’s dark red and clean white colors, this dessert would make any dessert table more interesting to look at…
(makes 4 [...]

Quick Chocolate Petit Fours

By Cook | May 22, 2008

Those small, high-end chocolate candies are surprisingly easy to make. Don’t forget to buy small paper cupcake cups to house those yummy dessert treats.

(makes about 20-25 pieces)
1/2 pound (200 gr) dark chocolate
1/4 cup raisons
1/4 cup roasted almonds
1/4 cup peeled roasted pistachios


Prepare a “double pot”: 2 cups of boiling water in a pot - on [...]

Quinoa and Cranberry Salad

By Cook | May 22, 2008

Food, like many other things, is developing by trends sometimes. Without a doubt, both Quinoa and Cranberry are somewhat of hit items, because of their nutritional trades and their good taste. This trendy and colorful salad is good for any occasion, as a side dish or even a light main dish.
(makes about 4 portions)

2 cups [...]

Peanut Butter Flavored Chicken Skewers

By Cook | May 22, 2008

As soon as you try it, you’ll be surprises how both children and adults absolutely love it! Well, thinking about it, it only makes sense: kids love peanut butter, plus it softens the chicken meat, and that combination makes this one a hit with both young ones and their parents.
(makes 4 dishes)

1.5 pounds (700gr) chicken [...]

Rosemary and Salmon Skewers

By Cook | May 11, 2008

Of all spices, Rosemary is a small hard branch that can be easily made into a skewer. By doing so, the Salmon will get both the rosemary flavor, and it’s beauty as a sophisticated skewer. Surprise your guests at a dinner party with this elegant and great tasting dish.
(Serves 4)

1 pound (500gr) Salmon filet
16 [...]

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