Broccoli Soup with a Confit of Tomato, Peppers and Shrimp

March 21, 2018

Living in South Florida we don’t really get winters, but on the random days we do: we go all out. Coats, boots, stockings, scarves, heaters and hot cocoa all comes out the wood-w0rk when the temperature drops. Keeping warm is the ultimate goal but there’s only so much hot cocoa a girl can drink.  So as of late I’ve been making soup,  and I’ll be the first to tell you Continue Reading…

Blueberry Coconut Almond Yogurt Parfait

January 3, 2018

Last year one of my new years resolution was to cook more home-cook meals and I gotta say I kept my resolution well into the new year. I cooked just about every week , twice a week and have come to enjoy it . But this year I decided to Continue Reading…

No-Bake IceCream Cheesecake

December 20, 2017

Back in November when I mentioned to my mom that I would make a pumpkin cheesecake for Thanksgiving, She held me to it. The only problem was that I had to bring my pescatarian contribution to t Continue Reading…

General Tso’s Cauliflower “Wings”

November 9, 2017

You ever gone to a restaurant and tried something and just thought to yourself: I can make this at home! Most of the time I really don’t have the patience to attempt to recreate a dish, but these Fried Cauliflower wings seemed easy enough to try. In fact I only purchased Continue Reading…

3 Fruit, Herb and Spice Infused Waters + Dopper Giveaway

October 12, 2017

Keeping hydrated is important, but its not always easy.  Getting 8 cups in a day can be a  struggle. So every now and than I like to switch things up with some infused waters. These aren’t just any ordinary infused water these are iron and vitamin c rich fruit, spice and herb infused waters. Each water has a fruit, spice or herb element that is high in iron and/or vitamin c. These recipes are two ingredient each and requires slicing at minimum. Organic fruits is best to use since the Continue Reading…

Shrimp Asparagus Penne

September 25, 2017

I love a good one pot pasta recipe, but sometimes you just need to do it the old school way.  This week’s recipe requires more pots, blanching and whole lot of dicing, but it’s so worth the extra effort. This dish came about on a hot summer day when I didn’t want to go to the grocery store, and all I had on hand was  frozen shrimps and fresh asparagus. With the help of some pantry basics, Shrimp Asparagus Penne was on the menu. Continue Reading…

Kale and Peach Salad with Oil-Free Citrus Herb Vinaigrette

August 14, 2017

With summer coming to a close pretty soon, I’ve been trying to enjoy every bit of it I can.  So to keep the summer festivities going I made plans to have a summer picnic with a basket filled of deliciousness.  Unfortunately  South Florida weather is unpredictable and our plans got rained on so we kept the picnic indoors. Continue Reading…