Addicted to iced coffee? Learn how to make your own Cold Brewed Coffee Concentrate with this VIDEO recipe and blog post!
Peanut Satay Sauce - a good way to encourage children to eat crunchy vegetables.
Salmon soup, Japanese style, made from a broth using the heads of wild king salmon. An inexpensive, yet elegant meal.
Protein-packed pancakes for even the pickiest palates!
Multigrain Congee (Rice Porridge) - It surely makes your belly good.
Munchkin Meatballs: Baked Turkey and Vegetable Meatballs. The perfect way to get more veggies into your toddlers meals. Moist & flavorful!
Homemade Peanut Butter - so creamy, tasty and healthy. Even a kid can make it too!
Green Goddess with Little Gem Fingers - a creamy, herbaceous dressing with wedges of Little Gem lettuce for dipping.
Super Simple Homemade Chocolate Syrup - toss out your old bottled syrup and give this one a try. With only 4 ingredients you CAN pronounce. Sugar, cocoa, vanilla and salt. You'll thank me!
With the addition of some spices and herbs, these flavorful sweet potatoes are absolutely amazing.
[RECIPE] Tamago-Style Egg Yolk - Nutrient-rich meal for an infant new to solid foods.
Gluten-free Brown Rice, Quinoa and Seeds Crackers - You can munch them non-stop without guilt.
Creamy Avocado Pasta - A delicious way to use avocado!!
Apple Buns (tangzhong/ water roux method)
Green Goddess Quinoa Cakes - A perfect anytime meal
Cranberry and Pistachio Biscotti - a perfect gift for Father's Day.
Kids-friendly Chicken Tikka Masala - a great introduction to the world of spices.
it's practically an unspoken rule that whatever food we make, we *have* to make a Green Goddess version of it...
Green Goddess Dressing with Tarragon
Wholemeal crepes served with Nutella spread, sliced strawberries and ground peanuts. SO DELICIOUS!!
a delicious super healthy breakfast of coddled eggs inspired by Bouchon
Cajun spiced rosé veal fajitas with avocado sauce and zingy salsa - and some rolling pin therapy thrown in for good measure
Apple muffins - a simple and healthy way to add fruits to your kid's diet.
GREEN GODDESS grilled cheese...(and even if you don't eat the sandwich, MAKE the green goddess herb pesto with kale!)
Notorious Bacon Sundae - Pecan praline ice cream with a creamy bacon caramel sauce carrying a bit of both Pink Himalayan & Black Lava Salts...
Chicken and apple balls with barbecue dip - a great kid-friendly party food.
Calm your craving for spicy indo-chinese food with this easy Indian veg hakka noodles/chowmein that you can put together in a jiffy.
A 15-minutes fish soup recipe - ideal for busy working moms.
Tangy sour cream, sweet herbs and salty anchovies combine to make the classic Green Goddess Dressing.
Sweet potato crisps - they are oven-baked but as crisp as fried chips.
Egg in a basket (egg in toast) - extremely easy to make, tasty, healthy yet not pricey! Perfect for this Valentine's Day
Hot Toddy: The colorful history, plus four recipes to keep you warm this winter.
The Hot Toddy is an aromatic cool weather cocktail that's not just for ski lodges and bad colds. So warm your winter with one.
Usher the Year of Dragon with these cute and easy to make peanut cookies.