Lemony Chicken Orzo Soup

This is not your mama’s chicken noodle soup! This soup takes a classic chicken noodle soup and bumps it to the next level.With fall right around the corner, this is the perfect dish to make on a cool, crisp, autumn day. Instead of the traditional thick egg noodles, it uses petite orzo pasta. The lemon…

Cheesy Stuffed Cheeseburgers

If you make these burgers, I promise you that you will never eat any other burger ever again! These are dynamite! I love good diner style burgers that are seared off in their own fat on a flat top grill. They get this super crisp crust on the outside that traps all of the juices…

Sausage Gravy & Biscuits

In my personal opinion, there is no better breakfast than Sausage Gravy and Biscuits. This southern recipe is truly “rib-sticking good”. If you have been deprived of this meal your entire life, it is the perfect blend of savory and comfort. The best thing about this is you can make it any way you like…

Where are the cupcakes, Dr. Cupcake?

I have been asked about why I have not posted cupcake recipes when my name is Dr. Cupcake. A very good question! My aunt Tine has always called me Dr. Cupcake as a fusion between my passion of baking and medicine. Why no cupcakes? I am currently living on a Caribbean Island in the middle…

Tex-Mex Lasagna On The Go

What to take to work for lunch?  Tex-Mex Lasagna On The Go! Everyone with a busy schedule finds themselves in a culinary rut from time to time. The options tend to boil down to PB&J, left-overs or eat out. This can get rather boring. This Tex-Mex Lasagna On The Go recipe will give you a…

Spinach & Artichoke Stuffed Chicken

I recently traveled to Orlando, FL and had a delicious dinner at the T-Rex Cafe in Disney Springs. They have a dish called, “Mastodon Stuffed Chicken” and oh my, it is delicious. I decided to make it for myself on the island. It is a chicken breast stuffed with Spinach and Artichoke dip essentially, they…

World Chocolate Day

Originally posted on Cooking Without Limits:
World Chocolate Day is every year on July 7.  Celebration of the day includes the consumption of chocolate.  Today marks 466 years since chocolate was introduced to Europe. References to World Chocolate Day being observed on 7 July have been recorded as early as 2009. ? ?

8 Minute Potato Skins

If you own a microwave, you have dinner! Every student faces the dilemma of what to eat for dinner. Fast-food, take out, TV dinners or another bowl of Ramen? This is my solution to the quick and easy meal and it is all done in the microwave! This is relatively healthy compared to the stuff…

Jumbo Cheese Stuffed Meatballs

Spaghetti and Meatballs is a classic (and simple) dish. This is just my med school spin on a timeless classic. These meatballs are huge and when I mean huge, I mean baseball sized!   You will need: 1 lb ground beef 1/4 c. Mayonnaise 1/4 c. Zesty Italian Dressing 1/2 c. Italian Bread Crumbs 1/4 tsp. black…

Better than Oreos/ Whipping Cream Cookies

Oh yes, you read that title correct! Better than Oreos! This recipe is something that is always made during the holidays and it is such a treat! I remember my brother and I would help my mom make these in the kitchen and we would try to stack as many on “1 cookie” as possible….

Sweet & Sour Chicken

Let me tell you about this chicken! If you love Chinese food, this is even better than Take-Out! It is so crispy, rich and fulfilling and the homemade sweet and sour sauce just knocks the ball, out of the park! The chicken recipe can be used to make 1 serving or enough to feed an…

Bleu Cheese Chips

I am obsessed with The Cap City Diner, owned by none other than Cameron Mitchell. Being 4,200 miles away from the nearest restaurant I had to learn how to make my own Bleu Cheese Chips. This is the dish that changed my entire perspective on Bleu Cheese! This converted me into a bleu cheese aficionado….