Recipe Post: Vegetable Cottage Pie — BirdHouse Diaries

This recipe is close to a beef cottage pie (usually called a shepherd’s pie by my family, even though there’s no lamb in it), but this is obviously meatless. I think it tastes just as good due to the well-seasoned veggies and the yummy cheese sauce; I highly recommend it! This casserole is also quite […]Continue reading “Recipe Post: Vegetable Cottage Pie — BirdHouse Diaries”

Your Daily Word Prompt – #Enliven – #YDWordPrompt January 3, 2021

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⇑ SIMPLY Click the banner to visit December’s prompt Page ⇑ Daily Prompts – Words and Images To participate in This Daily Prompt, simply a post on your own blog that responds to the prompt. It can be words, images, anything that you like. Put the link (listed…

Caribbean Jerk Chicken — A Jeanne in the Kitchen

The “jerk” style of cooking that is found all throughout the Caribbean, especially in Jamaica, gets its roots from the Taino Natives who inhabited the Caribbean Islands before the European settlers came. It is estimated that this style of cooking dates back at least 2500 years. This cooking style was then taught to the African […]Continue reading “Caribbean Jerk Chicken — A Jeanne in the Kitchen”

How to take care of the sensitive skin of pregnant women in winter — Archynetys

During pregnancy, and especially with the arrival of low temperatures, a woman’s skin becomes extremely sensitive so it needs you to give it special care. The effect of hormones produces changes in the structure of the skin, making it more reactive to external factors such as wind and cold, causing conditions such as redness, peeling… HowContinue reading “How to take care of the sensitive skin of pregnant women in winter — Archynetys”

Stuffed Potatoes with Mushrooms & Pancetta — You Gotta Make This — My Meals are on Wheels

serves 4 4 large baking potatoes2 tsp olive oil50g butter300g mushrooms, sliced160g pancetta or bacon, cut into small pieces2 tbsp chopped chives50g parmesan or old cheddar, grated4 tbsp milk Heat the oven to 400F Prick the potatoes a few times with a fork, then rub a little olive oil over the skins. Put them on […] […]Continue reading “Stuffed Potatoes with Mushrooms & Pancetta — You Gotta Make This — My Meals are on Wheels”

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