Japanese Cucumber Salad
The latest of my grandmother’s recipes is a five-star winner and a perfect zingy pick me up for cold February evenings.
Rose’s Recipes | Brownies with Cocoa Glaze
THE ORIGIN When I looked at this recipe on a tiny piece of folded paper I had no idea it would have such an interesting origin. It evidently came from a Neilson product as all 4 of the recipes on the sheet call for the use of Neilson Cocoa powder. Neilson is a dairy brand…
When in Rome… Palazzo Doria Pamphilj
In September, I visited Rome for the first time. It seems absurd that it took me 28 years to get there, given what a highbrow junky I am, but there it is. I was warned before arriving that Rome could be overwhelming and I’ll admit that I struggled with the overpowering number of seemingly necessary…
This One Time… in Sri Lanka
The travel guide for a 10 holiday in Sri Lanka.
What is Rose’s Recipes
I’m cooking my way through all of them, the good the bad and the dated! As a memorial to my grandmother and also as a trip into the culinary past.
Rose’s Recipes | Grandmother’s Banana Bread
Could there be a more appropriate way to begin this project? When I found this in the stack of my Grandmother’s recipes I knew it was the first one I had to try. THE ORIGIN This recipe wasn’t my Grandmother’s own. It was clipped from the American Srbobran, the newspaper of The Serb National Federation. …
Rose’s Recipes | The Project
Why I’m cooking my way through my Grandmother’s recipe collection.
Rose’s Recipes | Insanely Tasty Japanese Cucumber Salad
This insanely tasty and super easy pickled cucumber salad with a Japanese twist will make your tase buds sing.
Rose’s Recipes | Squash-Apple Soup
Three days into November and Britain has jumped into full Christmas mode. Despite this enthusiasm however, the weather is still decidedly autumnal. So in keeping with the season I thought I would test a soup recipe from my Grandmother’s collection. THE ORIGIN This is a more recent clipping. Probably from when Baba jumped on the…