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.
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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. […]
This insanely tasty and super easy pickled cucumber salad with a Japanese twist will make your tase buds sing.
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 […]