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Elaneer Payasam | Tender Coconut Payasam

Easy, quick and delicious Elaneer Payasam – Tender Coconut Kheer with step-wise pictures! Try this simple summer dessert to beat the heat. Jump to Recipe Here is a quick and easy summer dessert that is lip-smacking delicious – Elaneer Payasam. This south Indian dessert is made from tender coconut flesh…

🌹Mother’s Day Recipe Videos – 84 & Still Cooking 💖

   New Food Recipes   May 13, 2019  No Comments

I owe it all to Mom, at least where I get my cooking chops (and any good sense I have.) Just check out our cooking videos below to see what I mean. She grew up in Texas on the Gulf Coast, in a small shrimping town called Port O’Connor. There, I learned…

Seattle’s Uneeda Burger: Serving Up Local Grass-Fed Beef and Spectacular Seasonal Sides

   New Food Recipes   May 12, 2019  No Comments

There have certainly been times in my life when I needed a burger. So our journey to the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle ended up at Uneeda Burger. Owner Scott Staples opened his classic burger shack in 2011, taking over what used to be an auto repair shop. The restaurant is…

Weekend Entertaining: Decadent Food and Wine Pairings From Cambria Style

   New Food Recipes   May 11, 2019  No Comments

Building a home can be daunting, exhilarating, stressful, fun, and all at once – as I am learning first hand. Designing our kitchen has proven to be an exciting challenge; picking the countertops alone is somewhat akin to choosing your child’s name. The kitchen is not only where most people…

Mother’s Day Recipe Videos – 84 & Still Cooking

   New Food Recipes   May 11, 2019  No Comments

I owe it all to Mom, at least where I get my cooking chops (and any good sense I have.) Just check out our cooking videos below to see what I mean. She grew up in Texas on the Gulf Coast, in a small shrimping town called Port O’Connor. There, I learned…

Roasted Root Vegetables with Garlic, Mustard and Orange

When it comes to comfort foods, roasted vegetables are high on my list of favourites. They really need little adornment apparent from basic seasonings, but dress them up a bit and they can easily become the centrepiece of a meal. As is the case here. A selection of mixed root…

Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu | Javvarisi Vadam | Sago Vathal

Make your own Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu, Javvarisi Vadam Sago Vathal this summer with this easy step-wise picture recipe, don’t ever have to buy packaged fryums anymore! Jump to Recipe My recipes are usually either mango-based desserts or ice pops and ice creams or cool drinks. I also posted a few pickle…

Laccha Cheese Naan | Cheesy Laccha Naan

Multi-layered Laccha Cheese Naan recipe with step-wise pictures. Make this delicious Cheesy Laccha Naan for your restaurant style dinner at home! Jump to Recipe So I made Laccha Cheese Naan the other day to go with my Restaurant style Mixed Veg Gravy recipe. For anyone who knows me well, they…

Creamy Polenta with Sautéed Mixed Mushrooms

In just 30 minutes, what I thought was to be a side dish ended up so satisfying and hard to stop eating that it ended up serving as the main dish for dinner. I was looking to fill out a meal of leftovers from the night before, but what remained…

Cinco de Mayo Recipes – Mexican & French Recipe Battle Royale

   New Food Recipes   May 5, 2019  No Comments

On the 5th of May, 1861, Mexico battled and defeated the French invading army. It became a celebrated holiday started in the United States. And here in Los Angeles the clashing continues in the Cheap$kate Cocina. For my latest recipe roundup, it’s Mexican versus the French, redux, and the battlefield is the palate….