Though the Harvest season is well over and done, there is no way I could get through this cold blistery weather without this soup recipe at least once a month. With so many winter spices, it warms the tummy and the soul. Here I used the delicious Kabocha squash (which I recently found out is also called the “buttercup squash”) and apples that are still fresh, but other than 1 or 2 bruises, you don’t want to eat any longer. Continue reading
Get your crunchy carb fix without the excess oil.
This no-fail no-fry recipe is perfect for satisfying the fries craving, while knowing that the ingredients used were healthy and fresh and the method of preparation was easy and not greasy. Continue reading
Fried noodles is a dish I’m constantly craving on days when all I want to do is warm up with some hot spices and grub! Though it is difficult to master at home. I hope my recipe gives you a good springboard from which try more creative, better versions yourself! There are some basics to making a good stir-fried noodle dish, and not everyone makes it the same way. This is what my family’s been doing for generations, but please let me know if you have any tips or better techniques! The following recipe will give you 2 huge servings or 3 regular servings. Continue reading
While the oven is still hot from roasted chicken or holiday cookies, might as well use the heat for an appetizer, right? Baba Ghanoush is easy and fun to make. Smooth, creamy, zesty, and smoky–pureed roasted eggplant makes an excellent dip with pita chips or raw veggies. Also, my partner and I got a huge bag of Japanese eggplant from the Asian grocery for $0.99. Hard to beat! Continue reading