Copycat. Shepherd’s pie


  A new incorporation to my Copycat page. The recipe is for GlutenFreeZen’s Unbelievably Easy Shepherd’s Pie. Take a look at April’s blog, dedicated to delicious gluten-free and dairy-free recipes. Even if you are not allergic you will love her blog. Enjoy!

Pork tenderloin with orange sauce & green asparagus


Looking for something autumnal and easy to do? Look no further, this recipe is perfect. The orange sauce with its touch of cinnamon is perfect for the fall and winter. It turns a bit sweet so make sure to have a salty side dish with it. Green asparagus are healthy and salty; besides, they will …

Cuban flavour


Second stop: Cuba From San Salvador, Columbus sailed south, on October 27, 1492 He discovered Cuba but isn’t until the next morning that he decided to disembark, choosing the banks of a “raging river", naming it "River of the Seas." In that place Columbus set foot on Cuban soil. After the ceremony where he took …

A Sleeping Indian and some rice pudding


Flower of the air was the name of the Indian princess, daughter Urraca, the fiercest chieftain who fought the Spanish conquistadores (conquerors) in the lands of the Isthmus of Panama. Unfortunately for her, she fell in love with one of the warriors who tried to conquer his people. For that impossible love she despised the …

I Heard It through the Grapevine


Today's recipe is a piece of cake…literally. When I first saw this recipe my mind went straight to Christmas, because it looks like the Fruitcake  my mom use to do every year (even when she’s visiting me here at Madrid). But don’t worry, I’m not jumping seasons, I know we still have ahead October with its …