Here’s what you can do to prepare and what you should pack before you leave. Before a Wildfire Create a Wildfire Action Plan for your family. Being ready to go also means knowing when to evacuate and what to do if you become trapped. Make sure you monitor wildfires in your area and know your […]
Nikujaga (肉じゃが, meaning meat-potato) is a Japanese dish of meat, potatoes, and onion stewed in sweetened soy sauce and mirin, sometimes with yam and vegetables. As I love to experiment with recipes from different parts of the world, today I thought it might fun to make this yummy comfort food dish. There are some slight […]
When your good friend from college comes to visit with a bag full of homegrown lemons, you make darn good lemon/limeade with a simple twist of English cucumbers! Ingredients: • 1 cup cold water, plus (up to) 4 cups • 1/2 cup white sugar • 1 cucumber, sliced • 4-6 fresh lemons, juiced (includes extra […]
I love how this recipe turned out! I never even knew ‘brookies’ existed…LOL. You will definitely have the best of both worlds with these chewy, gooey brownie-chocolate chip cookies. And, might I add, I adore the concept of baking them in a cast iron skillet. Ingredients: (Most are organic unless noted otherwise) For the Brownie […]
Hello! It’s been a while… I made my first Chinese food dish and had a number of requests for the recipe. There are a few steps involved with the process, but the end result will have you craving for more!
I love an occasional spicy Bloody Mary with just a hint of vodka…but, for a healthier Bloody Mary this classic, guilt-free version is sure to please any V8 fan!
David Attenborough Urges Everyone To Leave A Spoonful Of Sugar And Water In Their Garden To Save Humanity By NewsRoom24 on July 4th, 2018 Bees are often seen as one of humanity’s biggest enemies, and yet they help to keep us alive. You don’t have to be a tree hugger to respect the environment that […]
What better way to start off your day with freshly home baked baguettes? I came across this Basic French Baguette recipe from the HOMEMADE vegan pantry cookbook. The technique of developing the no-knead method originated from Jim Lahey. Lahey discovered that all you have to do was simply mix the dough, then set it aside […]
Breakfast isn’t usually my thing, but this morning, poach eggs with a drizzle of garlic EVOO and balsamic reduction over a handful of fresh arugula, a medley of cherry tomatoes, and red onions slices alongside simply toasted crostini’s came to mind…
Egg-lemon sauce (Avgolemono) is the secret ingredient to finish of a variety of Greek dishes. In this instance, the egg-lemon sauce acts as a thickening agent, thereby giving a unique, creamy texture and tangy homely flavor to the Dolmades.
I was very proud of myself for having made Paksiw na Isda for the first time. It’s one of my favorites amongst the various fish entrees commonly cooked in a Filipino household. To be able to cook it using my mom’s treasured clay pot from many moons ago was an honor in itself, and even […]
The other day hubby and I discovered a quaint restaurant in Aptos, Ca, namely Cafe Sparrow. Right before walking through their entrance door, I spotted a dish on the menu board that caught my eyes right away, pork belly with eggs! It read so simply, yet the thought of grilled pork belly over a bed […]