Delicious Winter Soup

Ever wondered what  you can do with some in season fresh butternut squash you have from that local farmer’s market? Well I may just have the answer for you… Butternut Squash and Pumpkin Soup! I myself love this soup and would always make it for the family during these cold nights as it brings warmth, […] Read More

Healthy Gluten Free Stuffing

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and I guess everyone is already well stocked with all the food stuffs and goodies for this special occasion…especially the Turkey! However most of us leave out the stuffing as a lot don’t usually care to eat it when the buffet spread is set up. So I have made a really […] Read More

Ciambotta

Ciambotta or otherwise called as the Italian Ratatouille, is a famous Southern Italian dish which is basically a stew of vegetables. It varies in Ingredients depending on which province of Italy it comes from for example the Lucanian version is made up of Luganega (a Lucanian type of sausage) and egg along with the other […] Read More

Insalata Caprese in A Mason Jar

Most of you have heard about the buzz of Mason Jars but for those who haven’t here’s a little round up of what’s it all about; Mason Jars are usually used to store pickled vegetables or any type of food which should be stored air tight as this container will keep anything fresh longer. However, […] Read More

Healthy Grilled Salmon

Salmon as we all know it is a great and healthy fish which is rich in omega 3’s without that added fat. Salmon may also be a great source of protein and will be your best choice in going into a diet without sacrificing great flavors. In this recipe of mine, I’ve highlighted the Salmon […] Read More

Lamb Shanks with Spanish Chorizo

Lamb is one of the best tasting proteins out there and is also a personal favorite of mine. Lamb shanks, well… are much better! The downside for this cut of meat though are the connective tissues which is why it is ideal to cook lamb either braised or roasted to make it really tender. However, […] Read More

Halloween Wrapped Fingers

Halloween is fast approaching and kids everywhere will be knocking at your doors for trick or treats so besides the candies which you will have prepared at your doorsteps, here are some ideas which could surprise your guests and children and have them leave your house satisfied and happy with what you have prepared for […] Read More

Hassle Free Roast Turkey

Would you like to have that great tasting Turkey for Thanksgiving but without the hassle of cooking it whole? Well I may have the answer for you… Herb Roasted Turkey Breast! May it be just cooking for yourself or a couple of friends, this would be a perfect recipe to make in order to celebrate […] Read More

Grass Fed Beef Pepper Steak

Pepper Steak is a favorite in almost all homes and restaurants around the world because of its sweet bell pepper flavor and velvety gravy. Personally, I really love Pepper Steak and would cook it almost every week at home with some brown rice for a healthy high protein, high fiber and gluten free meal. You […] Read More

Crustless Cranberry Pie

Cranberries are abundant during Fall and is a staple in every household’s Thanksgiving feast. What most of us don’t know is that cranberries are in fact superfoods which are generally high in antioxidants and is well known to prevent heart disease. The cranberry is mainly grown in America and Canada which is why this fruit […] Read More

Moules Mariniere

Moules is a French term or otherwise known as mussels is a very popular ingredient around the world especially in the countries which are surrounded by oceans. The Moules Mariniere is one of the most famous seafood French dish which can remind almost everyone of home as it tastes very homey and earthy. With this […] Read More

Filipino Breakfast – Tapsilog

The Tapsilog is the most famous Filipino breakfast dish and favored by most Filipinos as their feel-good food which will remind them of home. This term is actually derived from three words which make up the dish, first is the TAP – for the Tapa (Cured beef), then the SI – for the Sinangag (Fried […] Read More