So, for years, I’ve purchased the au gratin potatoes via box from the store. Now, let’s be clear, there’s nothing wrong with that at all. If you’re busy or if you don’t have time to dedicate to homemade au gratin potatoes, I highly suggest picking up a box to prepare at home. I used to … More Russian Soul Sunday: Homemade Potatoes Au Gratin
Okay, so I’m not entirely sure either recipe would actually be considered soul food (and definitely not Russian food) but when pared together, it’s like an orgasm in your mouth, yo. So, I’m not going to be fancy and show you the play-by-play (I think one of the sites I link to does), but I … More Russian Soul Sunday: Maple Pork Chops and Parmesan Corn on the Cob
Originally, I was going to make waffles. Then it occurred to me I had no flour. So, it was morning and no breakfast options…what’s a girl to do?
Google. Google it all. Google everything. … More Russian Soul Sunday: Omelette Bites
Yes, I understand that teriyaki chicken isn’t a recipe that’s considered Russian, Ukrainian or soul food. Yes, I know this. However, this a recipe you should try! I have to admit, the salt content of it was a bit too much for my taste (mostly because of the soy sauce) but overall, it was a … More Russian Soul Wednesday: Slow Cooker Honey Teriyaki Chicken
So, I’m not sure if this is considered a Russian Soul recipe (it more than likely doesn’t, but humor me here), but last night was the first time I made beef stroganoff without the use of Hamburger Helper. I’m actually a little ashamed of how much I depended on Hamburger Helper for this recipe (nothing … More Russian Soul Monday: Beef Stroganoff