In these crazy times, sometimes you just need a classic comfort dish from your childhood. Like many people, I grew up on the frozen version of Chicken Kiev, which mom would pop out of the freezer, onto a pan and into the oven for dinner. This classic Russian dish is chicken, filled with a buttery […]
Many of you know, our Friday tradition is Mexican and Margarita’s with our neighbors (shout out to Lyle, Jose, Chris and Scot) at the place down the street. Since we can’t go out, and we’re trying to keep some form of a routine, we’ve been making our own fajita’s and margs on Friday nights. So, […]
These times, as we keep hearing, are… unprecedented. The news, all the sadness can be overwhelming for anyone, including us. This weekend, we learnt that a close family friend of Andrew’s passed from COVID-19, at 37, and perfectly healthy. It’s devastating. The other morning we were watching the news and they were doing a Skype […]
To all THC fans – Happy Chinese New Year! These two (gay) white guys are attempting to make homemade dumplings! Recipe pending results! Good luck, and Happy New Year!
There are some meals that just scream comfort – we’ve all been eating them since we were children, and they’re just a like a big warm hug when we eat them. Spaghetti with meat sauce. Lasagna. Beef chili. They are classics – classics, that make a big mess when you cook them! They often require […]
It’s always roast chicken at the Reiser’s! We have roast chicken almost every week, and with just two of us, there’s a lot of leftover roast chicken! I’m not the biggest fan of leftovers, if I’m being honest. First, I ate a lot of them growing up. Second, it’s just never the same the next […]
As many people know, Andrew and I spend a lot of time working from home. Working from home is wonderful – I love it, but sometimes lunch can get a little boring. It’s all too easy to grab a slice of deli meat, a piece of cheese and an apple and head back to our […]