I almost feel weird calling this a recipe because it’s not. It’s just a breakfast idea. And frankly I think most people could use a little bit of inspiration when it comes to breaking Continue reading “Breakfast Salad with Smashed Avo”
Well hello dear readers, it’s been a while hasn’t it?….For those of you who wonder where the heck I’ve been and why I haven’t been posting, my most sincere apologies. Continue reading “Cedar Plank Salmon”
Did I ever tell the story of my first time eating Massaman curry? It would seem unlikely considering this is my first Massaman curry post, but I know I can blabber on about Continue reading “Sweet Potato & Peanut Thai Curry (Massaman Curry)”
Some days I just don’t know what to eat anymore. We’ve all been there. You open the fridge, and basically stand there for a few minutes, hoping that something amazing will magically appear right in front of you. When that happens to me I know it’s time for a new recipe.
I really really like Tabbouleh Salad, truly, I do. I just don’t think it likes me back. A traditional Tabbouleh salad is made with either bulgur, or couscous, which, for those of you who didn’t know is also known as cracked wheat. Continue reading “Cauliflower & Orange “Tabbouleh” Salad”
Ever have a moment where you think “Jeez, I feel like I always make the same recipes”? We all get stuck in cooking ruts once in a while, it’s perfectly normal. I used to feel like that quite often, actually. Want to know what Continue reading “Cinnamon & Ginger Chicken Kebabs with Paleo Tabbouleh”
I had a salad in one of the hostels I stayed at in Guatemala which was owned by Israeli guys, and they had a chopped salad on their menu that tasted so fresh and I absolutely loved it. I had completely forgotten about it until a few weeks ago and I decide to search for ‘Israeli Salad’ on Pinterest.
I wanted something fresh and light for a nice summer meal and I already had the salad, but need a plan for the main event. As always I like to join opposite flavours in a dish and with a sweet, refreshing salad, a bit of spice was needed. Continue reading “Spicy Middle Eastern White Fish”
I really wish I had an exciting story to tell about this salad but the truth is, this is a pretty classic Tuna Nicoise. . I did bring one a couple changes of courseb: I used asparagus instead Continue reading “Ahi Tuna Nicoise Salad”
I discovered the recipe that inspired this I would say a solid 5 years ago, loved it, made it my own, and have been making it almost once a month ever since. The original recipe’s list of ingredients was a lot shorter with just 5 or 6 ingredients, didn’t have the ginger, the garlic or the lemon zest. Continue reading “Ginger Glazed Salmon”