Best Sister Supper Cub

We are The Best Sister Supper club. We are Vanessa and Andrea and our passions include a love of food and family. Our mission is to take fun, delicious and simple recipes and put our own special twists on them. Our lives are quite different and so are our takes on recipes and ingredients. We both love simple, tasty food and would love to share our ideas and passion with you!

Egyptian Koshari

Koshari is an Egyptian staple and I sure do love it.  I have heard it told that on Richard Nixon's Presidential trip to Egypt, he found Koshari and Belly Dancing to be his favorite experiences in the land of Pharaohs.  I in part agree, I sure do love Egyptian food and it is part of what I love about my Egyptian travels.  It is a pretty amazing concoction that is considered the National Dish of Egypt....more

Southwestern Spicy Habenero Smashed Potatoes

Yes, needless to say, I like it hot. It seems as though everything we make has a spirited kick. I have detailed how we, at any given time, have a minimum of 6 different hot sauces and several types of peppers in our pantry. I have always had a love of all things fiery. When I was very young, my Grandfather would make Jalapeno dip ( a recipe which I will most certainly share with you all soon) and even as a wee tyke I would scoop it up and devour it with relish. Clearly, I was not your typical PB&J loving child....more

Bacon Asparagus Bundles with Serrano Chili Vinaigrette

I'm going to continue with the appetizer/side dish theme from the last post. We can always use more side dish options or at least I can.  I think that we can all agree, bacon is a crowd pleaser and not only that just about everything is made better with the addition of bacon. Seriously, a person very dear to my heart once told me that he was always able to keep kosher until the day he had a bacon cheeseburger, from that day on he was a non-kosher Jew. He was a bacon lover from that moment on.  I love that story....more

Falafel Salad with Jalapeno Tzatziki

Meatless Monday is big right now.  In our house we have cut down on our meat consumption quite a bit for diet, health and ethical issues.  Don't worry  I'm not going to get on my anti-factory farming soap box (although as we all know, it is a great thing to buy local and from small farms and ranches).  Anyway, salads get boring and I don't know about you but I need to feel satisfied and want to have some substance to my salad.  So, I said to myself, what could I add to my salad to make it hearty but keep ...more

Tea Party Turmoil - Tea Recipes!

Foil Wrapped Tea Infused HalibutDeveloped, Tested and Finalized by: Andrea Madigan...more