Spare ribs Chinese style – Recipe

Also check  “Ribs (Houston’s restaurant inspired)” These are like candy covered meat, and are tender and delicious…  Ingredients: Spare Ribs,  cut into single ribs, 3- 4 pounds 2 Garlic Cloves ¾  Cup brown sugar (or “Sugar in the raw”) ¼ cup vinegar Juice from one lemon ¼ cup soy sauce 1 cup water 2 tablespoons … Read more

Pancakes from scratch – Recipe

It comes out so excellent! Ingredients: 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 tablespoon white sugar ½  teaspoon salt 1 egg 1 ½  cups milk 3 tablespoons butter (salted or unsalted, does not matter).   Maple syrup for serving.   Preparation: Melt butter in a microwave (about 30 seconds, in a microwave … Read more

BBQ anything – Recipe

This one is simple and delicious. Can be done with chicken wings, strips of beef, ribs (baby back or spare cut into individual ribs), prime rib, etc. You start with mixing the sauce. You need a good amount of sauce, to not just cover all the meat, but also to let the meat be immersed in … Read more

Lemon Squares – Recipe

This is not my original recipe by any means, just a little adaptation… Was real fun to make it with my 9 years old daughter, and was a huge success ‘cause everyone liked it. This version will make you 32 small pieces that are easy to handle and disappear  fast… I used two 8”x8” single … Read more

Pizza flavored chicken – Recipe

Fun and quick one. I made this one up for the kids one day a long time ago  just for fun, and they really liked it, so I guess  I can share… Ingredients Chicken  breast – for this I usually use the frozen chicken tenderloins from Costco (well, when I originally made them it was … Read more

Jambalaya – Recipe

Well, I’m not Creole… but like spicy food… The story starts with me fishing with the kids at Lake Hopatcong (great place). We’ve been there before, and last time I made seafood pasta with the fish we got (maybe I’ll write about it sometime…). This time, the last fish of the day was a small … Read more


I love cooking and love eating good food. I’m not pretending to be an expert (at anything) but I’m getting good feedback and repeat “customers” (well, free helps too…). I’m going to write here whatever recipes come to mind, or I make. I’m not accurate with anything I cook – it’s a matter of what … Read more