Swiss Miss: Prangins

Prangins, the very sleepy, most adorable village next door. With less than 4,000 people, it makes my Nyon look downright cosmopolitan. They are however, known for an exceptionally great restaurant (closed for Covid, of course) and castle, so it’s not all sleepy adorableness. It is seriously cute. After so many trips in this region, I…

Ina and Emily Blunt Make Potatoes

The title here really is the backstory. I read that this seemingly odd combo crashed Ina’s site so I had to try these wee potatoes. Out of this world and worthy of said internet crash. Ina and Emily Roast Potatoes Yukon gold potatoes 1/2 c. vegetable oil\ Sea Salt Parsley Clean then cut potatoes into…

New Year’s Cabbage Pancakes

Need an extra dose of luck for new year’s? I think we all do/did this year. Last year I did not eat the “lucky” pork and cabbage, so this year, I was NOT chancing it. (Why is this kind of gross combo lucky again)? These pancakes are at least so fun that you’ll forget they’re…

Cheesecake’s European Cousin

Disclaimer: I am not a cheesecake kind of girl. I am not, I swear. However…lately…something about these European cheesecakes have me jazzed. Thanks to a sweet-toothed friend who always knows the right dessert spot (and usually insists on cheesecake), well, she has me crazy for these European cheesecakes. What’s a European cheesecake? I really have…

Spinach Ricotta Brunch Bake

Family Christmas typically comes with a plate of infamous egg casserole, some love it, others, not so much. This year, our lean squad was traumatized by an abundance of croutons thanks to some belated Thanksgiving stuffing and decided to forgo the bread laden egg casserole. So, we tried a new, but still not-so-light breakfast bake…