Yesterday’s snow had me craving warm comfort food more than ever. When we were out running errands, I made sure to grab any needed ingredients so that I could make some of our favorite: Borsch and Pelmeni. The majority of people that I talk to don’t really know what borsch is, or Ukrainian food in … More Recipes from Ukraine // Quick and Simple Borsch
Once upon a time I thought I didn’t like them, but Ukraine changed that for me. You just have to know how to eat them I suppose. … More Recipes from Ukraine // Beet Bruschetta
Just like a smoothie, there are so many different combinations that you can make depending on your own likes and dislikes. The most important part is to just know the basics. … More Homemade Lara Bars
After taking it pretty easy the past couple weeks due to a sad achilles tendon, I went on just a 2 mile run. Last Saturday I had to stop at about 2 miles because I could feel the tendon starting to ache and I didn’t want to push it any further. However, tonight, I ran 2 … More I finally ran! & look at my snacks.
Today while wandering Walmart, gathering items needed for tonight’s dinner, I stumbled upon this: It’s silly that something so simple brings me so much excitement. I’ve never wanted to hug and kiss a bottle of sunflower oil before, but I seriously wanted to. In Ukraine, sunflower fields are endless. Consequently, sunflower oil is their main cooking … More Our favorite summer cold soup!