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Recipes listed under Forks consist of food recipes that require utensils to eat. Fingers are considered utensils by the way.

Pumpkin Spiced Apples with Coconut Yogurt Kefir Chia Pudding

overhead shot of pumpkin spiced apple with coconut yogurt kefir chia pudding

It’s my favorite time of the year, Fall! And with the start of fall means all things pumpkin and pumpkin spice. Though there’s not much of a weather difference in south Florida yet it doesn’t mean that I have to wait on the seasonal flavors of the season. So to spice things up a bit but to also keep things cool, my mornings have been a mix of my favorite Coconut Yogurt Kefir Chia Pudding with a quick pumpkin-spiced apple topping that is great as is or warmed.

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Summer Fruit, Nuts and Muesli Toast Charcuterie board with Brown Butter Langostino Lobster Rolls

Is it me? Or does it seem like the summer months are zooming by? It literally feels like its still March, at least in my mind it does. But it’s mid-July and that means in another month or so we will be in Fall.  So this past weekend I decided to throw my annual but not so annual backyard picnic for me and my family. Backyard picnics mean charcuterie board to me so I definitely knew that Continue Reading…

Lemon Pepper Spicy Honey Butter Cauliflower Wings

I’ve been craving cauliflower wings for some time now and with this quarantine and social distancing happening, going out to a restaurant is the last thing I want to do. So after a recent trip to Trader Joes for my favorite seasonings ( 21 seasoning salute and onion salt) and produce, I decided to make my own. But instead of making my General Tso Cauliflower wings, I decided to make Lemon Pepper Spicy Honey Butter Cauliflower Wings. This was an ambitious attempt but it came out great and was pretty simple to do. Continue Reading…

Cassava Corn Waffles with Shrimp Creole


This year is participating in the 2020 Juneteenth Cookout Takeover! This initiative was established to encourage the celebration of Juneteenth and to amplify the food traditions of black culinary creatives.

Juneteenth (a merge of the words/date June Nineteenth) marks the date in 1865 that the last enslaved people learned of their freedom. And for over 150 years since, Black American families, home-cooks, chefs, and culinarians have commemorated the summer holiday with a wide range of food traditions that tell a story of the perseverance of a people.

To celebrate, Black Food Bloggers from around the country have come together to have a virtual cookout sharing our favorites recipes that highlights our food traditions and those of the African Diaspora. Continue Reading…

No-Churn Matcha Ice Cream +Pure Synergy Giveaway

As an avid tea drinker I love matcha and how easy it is to use in recipes aside from the traditional use. I personally prefer drinking matcha the traditional way ,but smoothies are a close second. But when I got my hands on a bottle of ceremonial grade matcha, I wanted to switch things up and make a batch of No-Churn Matcha Ice cream. Continue Reading…