St. Patrick’s Day brings out the Irish in all of us and I am no exception. For this “What I ate in a day” I’m giving my food a green festive theme. Normally I’d love to eat Bangers and Mash, or a nice slab of Corned Beef, but I’m trying to be good and eat healthy. I traded the heavy holiday foods in for lighter, green and gold colors that were still packed full of flavor and didn’t leave me feeling deprived.
Hello Everyone! In today’s video, I’m going to show you how to make a low-calorie Eggs Benedict. It’s elegant, and special, and tastes amazing. You won’t feel like you’re on a diet at all!
I love to watch how other people live, what they do, and even what they eat. I feel inspired when I watch another culture or even another person live a good life. This week I hoped to inspire others by showing what I eat in a week. Not only do I show you what I eat, but I also show you how to make it! Read more
It sounds weird, but Honey and Mayo Chicken is amazing. I got it from a new Bento recipe book I bought and now I’m going to show you how to make your very own bento! Welcome to Foodie Friday!
For this Foodie Friday, I’m going to show you how to make this Cilantro Lime Shrimp and Coconut Rice. The coconut rice tastes sweet without the use of sugars and clocking in at 487 calories per serving, this is a nice dinner to have once in a while!
Merry Christmas!!! What a wild Christmas season. If you’re looking to unwind, but not quite ready to wrap up the Christmas season, this drink might be just what you need. It tastes just like a delicious sugar cookie! Next year you might find yourself leaving one of these out for Santa instead of the usual cookies and milk fair, and I bet that will instantly put you on the nice list!
I don’t know about you but with so much going on for the holidays I’m always happy to find a slow cooker recipe that I can make in the morning and it’s ready in the evening. That gives me time to wrap gifts, send Christmas cards, watch Christmas movies, and do some last-minute shopping. Also, who doesn’t like soup during cold winter days?
Tamagoyaki is an extremely common food found in Japan. It’s often served with meals and placed in bento boxes. The combination of sweet egg, dashi stock, and nori sheets, makes for a unique flavor that is extremely comforting. Rolling this omelet also creates a visually appealing swirl with the nori sheet inside that will make any bowl of rice seem extra special. Read more
I’M THANKFUL FOR MARTINI’S! No matter how big or small your Thanksgiving is this year, there’s one thing you can’t forget, and that’s the pumpkin pie. However, this is 2020, and nothing is really as it seems, so if that’s the order of the day, then this Pumpkintini should fit the bill! It’s simple to make and tastes just like a slice of that iconic pie!
One Thanksgiving side I ALWAYS look forward to is my mother’s clapshot. She usually made regular mashed potatoes during the year. On Thanksgiving, however, she’d make this delicious Scottish dish that is sure to replace your regular mashed potatoes at your Thanksgiving dinner table.