My Aloha Fried Rice Recipe

I LOVE the tropics. I’ve never been to Hawaii but if it’s anything like Puerto Rico it’s got to be gorgeous. Lately, I’ve been feeling the pull of the beach. The closest beach we have here is Revere and it’s okay, but not like the Florida beaches I grew up with. So I’m trying to celebrate the beginning of summer the best way I can and that’s through food. That’s when I had this delicious idea to make this Hawaiian Fried Rice and now the recipe is ALL YOURS!

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Sweet and Savory Crepes Two Ways

The duality of life is something frequently encountered. Good vs. Bad. Happy vs Sad. Tired vs Energize and here’s another one for you to pick between (or not): Sweet vs. Savory! Don’t worry though, once you know how to make a crepe what you put into it is all up to you so don’t be afraid to experiment a little. I LOVE Crepes, but I’ve always heard that they are tough to make. I decided to be brave though, and try this recipe to make a delicious breakfast, and it was a LOT easier than I thought it would be. So I’m happy to pass this on to you.

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How to Cook an Elegant Steak Oscar

My husband’s birthday was recently and considering we weren’t able to go to a restaurant to celebrate, I asked him what he would like that was special for a dinner at home. He told me he wanted something that was surf and turf with a little meat and some seafood. I went scouting and found this recipe for Steak Oscar and let me tell you, it was MIND BLOWINGLY GOOD!

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How Being in the Moment can Make You Happier

I read once that whenever you are depressed you’re living in the past, and whenever you are anxious, you’re living in the future….If you are at peace, you’re living in the present. Right now, with the future being so uncertain and the past haunting our moments at home, it can feel like there’s no relief. Still, in this article, I’ll talk to you not only about how I found peace by living in the moment, or how it helped me make better choices for my future, but how you can start implementing it immediately!

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Slow Cooker Mexican Street Corn Soup

It’s no secret that I love Latino food and one item, in particular, is my favorite. Mexican Street Corn is a cob of corn on a stick and that covered in usually mayo and some spices and a salty cheese called Cotija and it is DELICIOUS!!!! Seriously, it’s one of my favorite things to eat. I have to say that this recipe I’m about to give you that in soup form. It’s creamy and delicious and topped with bacon and cotija soup and the best part is, it serves 4 really well!

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Quick, Easy and Delicious Oyakodon

I LOVE cooking Japanese food. For any of you who follow my Instagram, you know how every now and then I have to take pics of bento boxes I make. While I still haven’t mastered the art of Sushi making, this is one of those comfort food type things that brings such a wonderful warm feeling when you eat it. It’s also really easy to make, the hardest part is really getting the rice cooking and ready. So if you’re looking for something unique to cook up for dinner tonight, I got you covered!

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