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Yor’s Stew: Inspired by Spy x Family (gluten free)

Inspired by Spy x Family, I’m making Yor’s stew. A central European inspired stew filled with veggies, meat, paprika and caraway. A dollop of sour cream brings it all together. Topped with a fried egg and an Octopus hotdog, just like how Yor’s mom made it. It’s easy and cozy. You should definitely try it out.

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Fantastic Feasts: Hogwarts Letter Spiced Butter Cookies (gluten free)

In celebration of Back to Hogwarts Day, the day that Harry first went to Hogwarts for school, I am happy to share with you a new recipe from my Fantastic Feasts series. I made a simple spiced butter cookie that are quick, easy, and really delicious! I am so excited to celebrate the day that Harry, Draco, Hermione, Ron, and all our other favourite students first went to Hogwarts. These are a perfect treat to for the special day, or any day…

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Omurice (Japanese Omelet Rice): Inspired by Spy x Family (gluten free)

Inspired by Spy x Family, I’m making Omurice. Omurice is an iconic Japanese dish that is incredibly popular to cook at home. It combines ketchupy fried rice and a light and fluffy omelet to create a childhood favourite and staple in many homes. This episode was so silly and adorable, when I saw Anya order the Omurice for lunch, I knew I just had to make it!

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Butter Cookies: Inspired by WandaVision (gluten free)

Inspired by WandaVision, I’m making Butter Cookies. I loved the show so much and I found the scene that inspired these cookies to be so emotional and powerful. I wanted to try and capture those feelings and create something sweet. So here you go, beautiful butter cookies made with lots of love. The cookies are soft, sweet (but not too sweet), buttery, and have crispy edges. They are simple to make, impressive to guests, and their taste and flavour are really satisfying to enjoy!

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Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambāgu): Inspired by Fruits Basket

Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambāgu): Inspired by Fruits Basket (gluten free)

Inspired by Fruits Basket, I’m making Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambāgu). Hamburger steak is a simple and easy dinner that is honestly so tasty! Served on a bed of fresh rice with a side of roasted veggies, topped with a sauce made from the pan drippings, everything comes together so well! The finishing touch is a runny egg on top and OMG, this dish is so comforting and delicious!

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Japanese Beef Curry Rice: Inspired by Haikyu!! (gluten free)

Inspired by Haikyu!!, I’m making Japanese Beef Curry Rice. I’m so excited to be finally sharing with you one of my go to recipes from this winter. The curry is really easy to make and is super comforting. Filled with veggies and soft beef chuck, served with fresh rice, the curry is so flavourful that you will certainly keep going back for more!

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Yor’s Stew: Inspired by Spy x Family (gluten free)

Inspired by Spy x Family, I’m making Yor’s stew. A central European inspired stew filled with veggies, meat, paprika and caraway. A dollop of sour cream brings it all together. Topped with a fried egg and an Octopus hotdog, just like how Yor’s mom made it. It’s easy and cozy. You should definitely try it out.

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Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake: Inspired by Ouran High School Host Club (gluten free)

It’s always pumpkin spice season… Inspired by Ouran High School Host Club, I made a fluffy pumpkin spice cheesecake with an Oreo crumb crust. It’s so yummy and really easy you need to try it! Combining warm pumpkin spice, Oreo cookie crumbs and tangy cream cheese into the perfect cheesecake. Ready to take its rightful place on your holiday table… or any table!

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Fantastic Feasts: Hogwarts Letter Spiced Butter Cookies (gluten free)

In celebration of Back to Hogwarts Day, the day that Harry first went to Hogwarts for school, I am happy to share with you a new recipe from my Fantastic Feasts series. I made a simple spiced butter cookie that are quick, easy, and really delicious! I am so excited to celebrate the day that Harry, Draco, Hermione, Ron, and all our other favourite students first went to Hogwarts. These are a perfect treat to for the special day, or any day…

Read More

Omurice (Japanese Omelet Rice): Inspired by Spy x Family (gluten free)

Inspired by Spy x Family, I’m making Omurice. Omurice is an iconic Japanese dish that is incredibly popular to cook at home. It combines ketchupy fried rice and a light and fluffy omelet to create a childhood favourite and staple in many homes. This episode was so silly and adorable, when I saw Anya order the Omurice for lunch, I knew I just had to make it!

Read More

Butter Cookies: Inspired by WandaVision (gluten free)

Inspired by WandaVision, I’m making Butter Cookies. I loved the show so much and I found the scene that inspired these cookies to be so emotional and powerful. I wanted to try and capture those feelings and create something sweet. So here you go, beautiful butter cookies made with lots of love. The cookies are soft, sweet (but not too sweet), buttery, and have crispy edges. They are simple to make, impressive to guests, and their taste and flavour are really satisfying to enjoy!

Read More
Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambāgu): Inspired by Fruits Basket

Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambāgu): Inspired by Fruits Basket (gluten free)

Inspired by Fruits Basket, I’m making Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambāgu). Hamburger steak is a simple and easy dinner that is honestly so tasty! Served on a bed of fresh rice with a side of roasted veggies, topped with a sauce made from the pan drippings, everything comes together so well! The finishing touch is a runny egg on top and OMG, this dish is so comforting and delicious!

Read More

Japanese Beef Curry Rice: Inspired by Haikyu!! (gluten free)

Inspired by Haikyu!!, I’m making Japanese Beef Curry Rice. I’m so excited to be finally sharing with you one of my go to recipes from this winter. The curry is really easy to make and is super comforting. Filled with veggies and soft beef chuck, served with fresh rice, the curry is so flavourful that you will certainly keep going back for more!

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