Quite scary. Makes you think!
Ben and I have been taking turns being sick. So tonight is my turn. Being sick means a whole lot less patience in the kitchen. So here it is – 10 minute soup. No joke. 2 Servings: – olive oil – 3 cloves garlic – 1 carrot – 4 baby bok choy – 1/2 chicken […]
Long time no see indeed. Since I last blogged, I have – moved house – started a new role at work – had a complete overhaul of my schedule – helped my fiancé move – had my computer die – had something happening every weekend – had a death in the family – got concussed […]
Summertime = pineapple sales! I remember pineapple fried rice being a real treat as a kid at small mom-and-pop restaurants. These were glorious dishes that hit the right notes for sweet, sour, and savoury. In an attempt to replicate this, I baked the dish above, with the help of a very helpful sou chef 🙂 […]
We were visiting Ben’s family this weekend for a birthday and while we were there we ooh-ed and ahh-ed over the kitchen, which has been under renovations for a few months. It had undergone a complete makeover, and included a new counter-top and back splash, along with gorgeous lighting. Everyone said it looked like a […]
Every once in a while I get hit by a desire to have sweets. It doesn’t happen often but when it does, it hits hard. I picked up a small tub of honey Greek yogurt a few weeks ago, seeing that it was on sale at an unbelievable price for Greek yogurt. Then, a few days ago, […]
Summer has hit and with it veggies in all the colours of the rainbow. In a desire to have lighter fare (both on the body and budget), here are three noodle salads to concoct: yakisoba, vermicelli, and spaghetti squash. The first one is my fav. A spin on the yakisoba noodle dish, this one uses […]
– 1 small avocado (go for half if you want the avo to be less strong – 1/2 lime (I used the flesh as well as the juice extra fiber) – Fresh basil leaves – Handful of grapes – 1 cup almond milk (or milk of your choice – mine was unsweetened almond) Note: As […]
This was my first attempt at creating rice paper spring rolls. They’re clear as they haven’t been baked or deep fried (I simply took rice paper sheets and rehydrated them in a big bowl of hot water for a few seconds before adding filling). While pretty to look at (imo) and healthy (these were vegan […]
A meal from last week that served 4!