Let’s face it you always knew veggies are good for you! But you opted for the French fries or the nachos at times. Well, this salad should make you feel good all over and let you rest easy on calories and taste too! It’s a Tomato and Edamame salad, prepared with fresh, preferably organic ingredients, [...]
It’s Sunday night din-din. Love winding down the weekend with great friends & family and some warm food for my tummy! I like to experiment with dishes so I suggest using this recipe as a guide. Serves: 6 Ingredients: 1 pound organic 100% grass-fed beef, cut up into strips. 1/2 yellow bell pepper, cut into [...]
Happy Father’s Day 2011. Something spicy for my daddy, even tho he is 3000 miles away today. Note: This ain’t no Rachel Ray 30 Minute Meals people. I don’t cook like that. It takes time, love and experimentation. So open a bottle of scotch and have fun! Enjoy! Serves: 6 Ingredients: 4 Whole Chicken legs [...]
Crème Brulée has to be one of my all-time favorite desserts for its creamy, milky, lickity split flavors. But spiced up with some chai flavoring and served with some hot piping Masala Chai tea, there is no substitute.
My dad would sneak my mom’s amazing flan within minutes of it being prepared. Over the years I added some fresh flavors to the recipe and now my father sneaks mine from the fridge.
Mangoes are the perfect sweet for a warm summer day. My sister’s mango pie is delicious after a barbecue. I added a little twist by topping it with a fresh minty cream to sweeten & cleanse the palate.
Bread pudding is my father’s all-time favorite dessert. This salted caramel sauce is a heavenly compliment for this rich and sweet delicacy, that we share late night in the kitchen.
My college roommate’s mom would send us Pumpkin Bread during our fall exams, although it wouldn’t last long in our house. It’s great as a snack toasted with butter & with Rose Crème Fraiche, it’s a little slice of heaven!
The eggplant is native to India and is often described as the ‘King of Vegetables’. This ‘King’ is one of my favorite veggies. A great side to a meat dish or even in a bowl by itself with some fresh, plain yogurt.
Relish in these savory noodles at Chinese New Year as they signify a long life to the person eating them. Served whole, they should not to be cut in the belief that it would be bad luck. Gong Xi Fat Choi!