Not making your own mayo yet? It’s time to jump on the mayo making train! It’s delicious, it takes 5 minutes, and you are saving your body from ingesting a mega dose of unhealthy soybean oil! Triple win! Continue reading “Paleo Chipotle Mayo”
Ok how many people have eaten a whole jar of peanut butter by the spoon?
I have. Way too many times. And I’m not even talking about the sugary processed peanut butter, Continue reading “Paleo Pad Thai”
What do I want for dinner tonight? Steak! Mmm no I want salad. But I want steak too. How about a steak salad?
A friend of mine who was also my roommate for a while Continue reading “Steak Salad with Lime & Ginger Vinaigrette”
Oh fish tacos, how I love you guys. I don’t have a massive story to tell about these, actually I may not have a story at all. I made the mayo, made the salsa, ate half of the salsa before dinner, made guacamole, munched on that too, and by the time Continue reading “Blackened Fish Tacos with Strawberry Salsa”
Any of you guys remember my Shakshuka post? The following recipe might remind you of that for two reasons; it’s got eggs and it’s cooked in a skillet. Continue reading “Roasted Red Pepper Egg Skillet with Fresh Pico de Gallo”
When I make a salsa, it often involves fruit. My go-to’s are usually mango, pineapple and papaya. All of them being acidic fruits, they blend really well with the other ingredients such as cilantro, lime and jalapeños. Only problem is they are also tropical fruits which doesn’t make them a very eco-friendly option. Don’t get me wrong I don’t always use local products and I am as guilty as anyone of buying imported produce. Continue reading “Peach Salsa”
Summer is coming to an end (sigh)! I realize that for a lot of people it’s summertime all year long, but for us folks in the Northern hemisphere, it’s a very short season that always seems Continue reading “Grilled Cajun Prawns with Jalapeño Cilantro Sauce”
These days there’s a ton of tomatoes, fresh herbs and chili peppers growing in the garden. And since I have been trying really hard to buy and cook with fresh local produce I have been using tomatoes in a lot of recipes lately.
The very first time I made a Raw-Vegan Key Lime Pie, I really wasn’t sure what to expect. Actually thinking back, I think this was the very first time I ventured into the Raw-Vegan Dessert world. Continue reading “Coconut Macadamia Key Lime Pie”
It’s spring time everybody! How freaking exciting is that?! I love season changes. Except for winter. I could definitely live without winter. But spring means no more snow, it means a lot more fresh local produce, means summer is coming and salads are on the menu again! Not that you can’t eat them in the winter but I think you know what I mean. Continue reading “Vietnamese Chopped Salad”