• Tarragon Flavored Cornish Hens

    Tarragon Flavored Cornish Hens

    Tarragon flavored Cornish hens (you can cook a whole adult chicken instead) with young potatoes, carrots and shallots is a family staple. And it’s so simple because everything is cooked together in the oven in 1 to 1 and 1/4 hours. Here is the recipe. This is what you will need for 4 servings (even …

  • Roasted Beets With Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dressing – By Priya Khanna

    Roasted Beets With Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dressing – By Priya Khanna

    My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and Thai cuisine as well. So naturally, as I am …

  • Green Beans With Fresh Coconut and Almonds- by Priya Khanna

    Green Beans With Fresh Coconut and Almonds- by Priya Khanna

    My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and Thai cuisine as well. So naturally, as I am …

  • Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – By Priya Khanna

    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – By Priya Khanna

    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – by Priya Khanna My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and …

  • Kohlrabi and Green Apple Salad With Roasted Sesame Seeds

    Kohlrabi and Green Apple Salad With Roasted Sesame Seeds

    Have you ever tried kohlrabi? Kohlrabi belongs to the cabbage family. It can be eaten raw or cooked. It is crunchy and slightly spicy, maybe like something between a radish and a turnip. I like to add it to my salads with green apples. It is so refreshing! For 6 servings you will need: -2 …

  • My Husband’s Middle Eastern Chickpea Salad

    My Husband’s Middle Eastern Chickpea Salad

    Try this amazing and refreshing Middle Eastern chickpea salad.  It is so quick to prepare. Let’s face it, my husband Paul is a better cook than me. When I have a party, he is usually the one preparing the food. He just delivered this for a ” Re-invent Your Look For Spring” event with my girlfriends …