Simple and full of flavour. This delicious platter of food is great for a weeknight meal for two. It is quick to prepare and cook, plus you can make extra couscous for lunch the next day. I’ve never used Harissa paste before but I will use it again in the near future. Harissa is from Tunisia – […]
Ever had Cheeks? Halibut cheeks. Get your minds out of the gutter. Geez. Anyway, I found them at fish market. And, they aren’t always available. Oh boy but, when they are. Yes, yes and yes. Seattle weather has been hot. Like 90s hot. And, the last thing I wanted to do was turn onthe oven. […]
Food, water and shelter are the basic necessities of life. With the growth in population, these very necessities are the pressure point of daily life. In my earlier post “bursting at the seams” I had chronicled the problem of population explosion in the lesser developed countries (LDC) in contrast with population decline in the more […]
This is a perfect summer salad or a great side to bring to any BBQ or Potluck. The bread sips up all the delicious Flavors. It’s easy to make and can be made gluten free. What you need: 1/2 pound ciabatta bread or gluten free bread 4 ripe large aromatic tomatoes 2 garlic […]
Let’s all take a minute of silence to remember the fun (read, the food) of the weekend just gone. Here is a quick video to inspire your next week’s cooking adventures (please ignore my chubby child-hands).
Nếu bạn thích đồ ăn Nhật, luôn bị ám ảnh bởi đồ ăn phải ngon, phải đẹp, không quá nhiều mỡ, cholesterol. Yeahhhh, đập tay nào. Me, too! Dạo này, tớ bị nghiện Marukame Udon, ghé lần thứ n luôn rồi. Thời gian lý tưởng nhất là tầm 5h chiều. Thời tiết đủ mát mẻ […]
It is going to be Mother’s Day celebration this weekend. Me and my wife decided to celebrate it over at my in-laws’ house. I’m thinking of bringing something fresh and good for them. Since I was not able to buy groceries during the week, I only have a few things in my fridge. So I thought […]