Pun Pun Market, Chiang Mai

The most popular question we get asked about our life in Thailand is about the food.  Everyone tells how much they love Thai food and that we are so fortunate to live in Thailand and eat all that good Thai food.  Here in Chiang Mai, the food culture is strong and locals love their street… Continue reading Pun Pun Market, Chiang Mai

grilled flank steak with chimichurri sauce

I have a confession to make. I used to be very afraid of large chunks of meat.  No, not because I’m a vegetarian.  I like meat and I eat it often.  But I was afraid of large cuts of meat because I didn’t know how to prepare them.  Arkadi on the other hand has no such… Continue reading grilled flank steak with chimichurri sauce

Eggplant and Chicken Lasagna

I decided to learn how to cook when I was single and living with roommates.  I had a lot of cooking fails.  A particular one I remember vividly was my chicken and pasta with garlic cream sauce.  My roommate and I were at the grocery store getting all the ingredients for my pasta dish and… Continue reading Eggplant and Chicken Lasagna

Thai Red Curry Fried Rice with Chicken

Fried Rice.  Who doesn’t like fried rice?  If you don’t, well you might want to ask yourself – is it fried rice I don’t like or does fried rice not like me?  (yeah that’s my lame attempt at humour). Why do people love fried rice?  Well, first off it’s super tasty, secondly, it’s super easy… Continue reading Thai Red Curry Fried Rice with Chicken

It’s All GRK –Toronto, Canada

  We are not your typical meat and potatoes couple.  Actually, to be honest, we rarely have meat and potatoes. However, when we do eat meat and potatoes, we prefer ours Greek style! We live in the exact opposite end of Greektown here in Toronto and when we are craving Greek food, we usually need… Continue reading It’s All GRK –Toronto, Canada

Chicken Stuffed with Prosciutto, Mozzarella and Basil

These days I am all about making meals from what we already have in the fridge.  For instance, not too long ago, my family came to visit us for a few days and my mom decided to pack our fridge with giant Costco items.  She does this all the time.  She is always scared that there’s… Continue reading Chicken Stuffed with Prosciutto, Mozzarella and Basil

Guinness Beef Stew

I distinctly  remember the first time I ever tried beef stew.  I was about 13 years old and new to Canada.  One night for dinner, I was given a plate of white rice topped with this wonderful, rich, home made beef stew.   I remember what a fantastic meal it was – rich broth, creamy… Continue reading Guinness Beef Stew

Seafood Risotto with Wild Mushrooms

Last December, we needed a break badly and so we headed off to Muskoka to stay in a cottage – all by ourselves! It was real cold out there but it was also peaceful and quiet.  Everyday and every week we are constantly running around and rushing from one place to another.  Even though, we… Continue reading Seafood Risotto with Wild Mushrooms