Haint Blue Have you ever heard of the color Haint Blue? If not, I am sure that you still have seen it. Have you ever gone to Charleston, S.C or Savannah, G.A and looked at the enchanting porches with blue ceilings? If not, put it on your must see list. There, you will see front… Continue reading Haint Blue, What is it? A color with a story.
White Beans with Garlic and Parsley (Fażola bajda bit-tewm u t-tursin) is a very easy and delicious Maltese dish. You may recognize this recipe from my previous post . It was one of the components of the platter that I made. Since this dish can stand on it’s own I thought it deserved it’s own… Continue reading White Beans with Garlic and Parsely (Fażola bajda bit-tewm u t-tursin)
Salmon Cakes (Pulpetti tas-Salamun) are a family favorite. The flavor is light and fresh. They are easy to make since you are just using canned salmon. They are inexpensive. Best of all, you can make a ton of them and freeze them. You can then bake or pan fry them at your convenience. Because salmon… Continue reading Salmon Cakes (Pulpetti tas-Salamun)
With summer approaching I love healthy light snacks and Bigilla is a favorite. It seems that every get together that I attend hummus seems to be somewhere on the table, so I started offering it to guests myself. Then I realized, wait, we (Maltese) have our own version of Hummus called Bigilla that I think… Continue reading Bigilla the Really Easy Way
The Maltese Figolli is a traditional Easter cookie filled with the flavors of almond, lemon, vanilla and butter. This cookie holds a special place in my heart because it is connected with my grandfather and my culture. When I was a little girl, we would go to my grandparents house for Easter on Long Island,… Continue reading Maltese Figolli Recipie