“You should work here. I am serious.” My dear husband says that to me every time we are in Bouldin Creek Cafe, a hippie vegetarian restaurant located in south Austin. The reason? Han thinks if I work at the restaurant, I can learn to cook everything on their menu at home. Perhaps we can introduceCustom read more text
When you go to Chipotle, the restaurant often enough, you know what you like the most and you end it up always ordering the same thing. In my case, it’s barbacoa burrito bowl with brown rice, black beans, sweet corn, lettuce, cheese, pico, sour cream and three types of salsa. All three! I like myCustom read more text
I don’t know where you live, but I hope you are enjoying the summer. This is our first summer here in Austin, TX. Man oh man, Texas heat is no joke. I am gonna need some time to get used to it. However, I do love the opportunity to swim in all these natural springCustom read more text
Cheesy and tasty chicken enchiladas stacked in a slow cooker. It’s easy to prepare and a great way to use up leftover chicken or meat.
How is your summer? Wherever you are, I hope you are enjoying summer! It is 100 degrees here in Austin, TX. As soon as I step outside, I feel like my body immediately starts to melt. The sun is no joke here. All I want is ice coffee, ice tea, ice cream, ice everything… SoCustom read more text
Do you cook grains often? Whether it is white rice, brown rice, quinoa, millet, chickpea, lentil, or barley, we cook them in a cooking liquid like water or stock, right? Usually, they take at least 15 minutes to cook through depending on the volume. Almost any types of grains require to be cooked in aCustom read more text
Last week, we made some pico de gallo and I told you that it can be stored in your fridge for up to two weeks, right? Well, today I report back. The 4 and a half cups of pico de gallo has all gone. Nothing’s left. Nada. Between the two small human beings in ourCustom read more text
Hola!! Welcome to May! A glimpse of my calendar tells me that we’ve got Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, and Memorial Day in this month, plus multiple National food days like National Chocolate Macaroon Day, National Cheese Day, etc. I like the sound of these holidays already. May is going to be fantastic!
Whether you have meat eaters or vegetarians in your house, they’ll be pleased with these highly customizable breakfast tacos which can be put together in just 15 minutes. It’s a great way to use up some leftover meat and turn it into a nutritious breakfast with high protein to start off your day. Enjoy!
If you land on this page and haven’t clicked on the above link to go to the recipe directly, then I gotta tell you that we put together an in-depth guide about hummus, the kind that’s nearly ultimate. Read it if you haven’t. We’ve literally covered everything you need to know about this Middle EasternCustom read more text