I have to admit that this is probably one of the best salads I’ve made thus far. If you’re a fan of both tomatoes and anchovies you’ll have to give this one a try!
For lunch today I made two simple dishes…nachos for hubby, our little guy, and myself, as well as, a baked farm-raised trout for my mom. I made both in less than an hour. They are light to the tummy and easy on the budget with usage of items you probably already have in your fridge […]
Just a quick share of a recipe I put together the other day. I was in the mood for a hardy sort of salad that will go well with just about everything. Moreover, something I can also eat by itself when I have the munchies…
Summer truly is a great season to take advantage of the organic fruits that mother nature has intended for us to enjoy come harvest time. Hubby and I are lucky enough to have inherited a quaint orchard in the backyard of our new home. There are approximately 20 fruit trees consisting of apples, apricots, figs, […]
I’ve been given an opportunity to test run a recipe that will be included in an app for iPad–they may even include my pictures (if selected) to be featured along with the recipe. Meanwhile, when I read the recipe in its entirety, I was excited to see that part of the recipe called for spatchcock […]
Friendship is based on so many aspects in life. We meet friends through school, through work, through other friends, and naturally through family. But what about through social networking? I discovered Instagram from a childhood friend. She takes great scenic pictures and post her pictorial journal on Instagram. Not long after visiting her page daily, […]
A visit to my mom’s house and the old neighborhood in the Bay Area usually means honing in on my Filipino roots. So what I made for you today at my home is Pork Sinigang (Sinigang na Baboy)– Pork ribs and/or riblets with sour broth, daikon, spinach and taro roots, alongside fish sauce for taste […]
The ingredients for this recipe were from items I had available in the fridge and pantry to include with the beautiful, grass-fed beef oxtails I recently purchased at our local Whole Foods Market. I loved the idea that they didn’t trim the tail part of the beef, which made it for an even more adventurous […]