I received a lot of requests for this recipe and thought the easiest way to share it with everyone is through my website.
Living abroad, you often find yourself craving different foods from back home (wherever that me be; applies to everyone). Also I should mention, when I cook dinner I cook enough for leftovers so feel free to adjust the serving size.
- 1 lb Sausage (Hot)
- 5 Cloves of Garlic
- 1 Large Yellow Onion
- 6 Cups of Chopped Kale
- 2 (32 oz) of Chicken Broth or 3 Chicken Bouillon Cubes
- Red Chili Pepper Flakes
- Heavy Cream (I pretty much use 16 oz)
- Begin with chopping your onions and garlic and placing them in a warm pot with Olive Oil
- Add your meat (cook until brown)
- Add red chili flakes
- Add Broth
- Add Sliced Potatoes
- Bring to a boil then turn off (I usually wait a couple hours for all the flavors to blend then I turn burner on med/low
- Add Kale (cook until soft – usually takes 40 min.)
- Turn burner off and wait for soup to cool down then add heavy cream (make sure soup is not too hot because you do not want to burn the milk)
- Taste and Add Seasoning
Serve with some garlic bread!
Finally sharing why I’ve been MIA for 6 months (pretty obvious right – as my website looks dated af). Well the secrets out… I am pregnant. I will be 8 months pregnant in a little over a week (which can be a whole other story considering my due date keeps getting moved around so much). I have been trying to pull everything together that we would need in order to become awesome parents.
A few girls reached out recently and asked if I would do a post about winter fashion wear. Now, I will start off by saying, I by no means am a stylist nor do I think I hold any fashion sense whatsoever, but thank you for thinking of me.
Growing up in Southern California, I had never “really” experienced seasons (except for the occasional trips my family would take us to all over the states). Now that I have lived abroad for close to 6 years, I can honestly say fall is one of my favorite seasons! The leaves changing colors, the hot beverages, the warm scented candles (Yankee to be exact, y’all know my strong addiction for the YankeeCo.), as well as the clothing aka over the knee boots and oversized sweaters (never leaving my leather jackets behind).
I tried to find a few photos that inspired me for the upcoming seasons (Fall and Winter) and listed them below. Hopefully they help inspire you!
Wishing everyone a safe and Happy New Year!! I have a feeling 2017 is going to be an amazing year!
Try traveling through cities, states, and or countries like a local as opposed to a tourist. Research local hot spots (not the touristy locations) and try to blend in. You will be surprised to encounter some amazing people and taste some mouthwatering dishes. #livelikealocal
Yeme is a grocery store within Bratislava, Slovakia that has traveled a large number of kilometers to locate farms in order to prepare their concept, “quality and freshness”. Although we live next to a large farmers market, we often venture to Yeme for their meats, dairy, and their bakery. Each week they feature a specific meat and a recipe.
I highly recommend this grocery store and have attached some photos below therefore you can get a feel for this place! Although some things may be pricier than others, keep in mind – you pay for what you get!