Natasha's Kitchen - Menu - Can be made vegetarian
I love to cook, and I love to cook for other people, but sometimes it can be difficult to list and describe everything I can make. So, this is the list of everything I currently know how to cook, from the simple to the complex (excluding things that require no effort at all, like hot dogs). This will continually expand as I learn new recipes! I'm happy to make things outside this list too, that's how I learn, this is simply the list of everything I've tried and already know how to do well, including some recipes of my own design.
Asian Sauteed Green Beans
Fresh green beans sauteed with soy sauce and garlic.
Cheddar Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Organic, extra-sharp cheddar cheese from grass-fed cows, on fresh sourdough bread, with a hint of black pepper, grilled in either butter or bacon grease (depending on availability and preference).
Sourdough bread, or dinner rolls, toasted and spread with garlic-herb butter.
Garlic-Chive Mashed Potatoes
Made-from-scratch mashed potatoes with fresh-chopped garlic and chives, and grass-fed butter.
Hoisin-Garlic Fried Rice
Fried rice in hoisin and soy sauces, with a hint of garlic.
Italian Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
A tangy blend of Italian cheeses, including provolone, parmesan, asiago, and fontina, on fresh sourdough bread, grilled in garlic herb butter.
Made-from-scratch mashed potatoes, with imported grass-fed butter.
Natasha's Awesome Milkshakes
Milkshakes made only with fresh ingredients and high-quality ice cream. Options I already know how to make include strawberry, banana, strawberry-banana, and dark chocolate.
Spring-mix salad with baby spinach. Can include fresh-chopped onions or tomatos if desired. Available dressings include rosemary-garlic vinegarette, Olive Garden Italian, and soy-ginger.
Baby spinach sauteed in olive oil, with garlic and black pepper.
Bronze-extruded spaghetti with marinara sauce. Italian cheese blend available.
White rice, jasmine rice, or basmati rice, steamed.
Teppanyaki Fried Rice
Fried rice cooked in soy and teriyaki sauces, with subtle hints of ginger and chili peppers.