Polish Sausage, also known as Kielbasa, has always been a staple food of Polish families during special occasions such as Christmas season. It is best enjoyed with side dishes, especially Sauerkraut which is a fermented and finely cut cabbage.
Chili is one of the best comfort food in my family. On a cold winter night, we would often gather around the fireplace and enjoy a hot bowl of chili. The husband says that watching the Super Bowl is never complete without Chili. I say, a gathering of family and friends is also never complete without Chili. Chili is easy to prepare. You can even make it ahead of time, even a day before, and just reheat it. I have served Chili with a lot of other dishes but have always wondered if they complimented each other. So, here we, go, what to serve with Chili?
I always have a good supply of canned corn in my pantry. Corn per se, whether fresh, frozen or canned is a nutritious vegetable either as a side dish or as a main dish ingredient. I do not like the idea of eating corn straight from the can. It has been a habit. So, how to cook canned corn. Simple and it can be done in less than 5 minutes.
Simply put, cake pops are cake lollipops. You’ve seen them in birthday parties, baby showers, and Christmas parties, even in weddings. You can even send them as a present just like you would with flowers.
They come with cute and dainty designs depending on the theme of the event. Cake pops can be as simple as cake balls dipped in chocolate frosting or as intricate as having a customized shape and lot of details in the decoration. You can challenge your creativity and come up with cute little cake pops.
I always have Cumin in my pantry (whole and ground). There are times though that I run out of this spice. What to do?
Black pepper is the most used spice of all times. Cumin comes in as a close second. Cumin has a powerful smell and taste. It is used in recipes either as a whole seed or ground. I use it often in my soups, stews and Mexican dishes (especially on Taco).