Another quarantine 2020 recipe, made with ingredients available in the the store! Another simple quarantine recipe, this time made with egg, turkey sausage, fried rice and some veggies, also known as whatever is available in the stores these days! Thankfully in Austin the stores haven't been that bad. Yes, most of the flour, bread, and … Continue reading Fried Rice, Egg and Sausage with Veggies
I'm back from my Asia travels, and that means back to cooking! And wow, what a difference two months make! All my stuff is in storage, I had to make an emergency trip back home, I'm currently quarantined alone for 14 days because I'm considered "high-risk" from my travels, and I'm cooking in a random … Continue reading Garlic Shrimp Pasta – Gluten Free!
Happy 2020, everyone! The first recipe of the year is a total mistake. I didn't even plan on creating a recipe for my website, I was merely working on emptying out my fridge. Turns out scallop fettucine with lemon butter is very easy to make. I also made this recipe with rice noodles as I … Continue reading Scallop Fettucine with Lemon Butter – Gluten Free!
Ever since reading Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel, I've been eating a lot more organ meats like I did as a child. I always loved heart, though I've rarely eaten it here in the USA. However, heart is pretty common at my local farmer's market, so I'm happy to say that I'm able to … Continue reading Heart & carrot with kale, spaghetti squash, and leeks
Full disclosure, I was thinking to make pumpkin spice blondies, but these turned out as more of a chewy bar than a brownie/blondie consistency, so I just went with it. They still look and taste amazing! This delicious holiday treat is perfect for your Halloween party or holiday snack. Every year I make some sort … Continue reading Gluten-free Pumpkin Spice Bars with Coconut Cream
If you like that extra roasted garlic flavor, this is the hummus for you! I tried making a couple versions, some with all roasted garlic, green onion and chive, and other with half and half. Turns out the half and half is the best, as the roasted garlic gives a lovely flavor but having some … Continue reading Roasted Garlic and Chive Hummus
I was at the farmer's market recently and came upon a stand selling various lamb pieces, including lamb breast. I'd never seen this type of cut before (long and thin), but the woman told me it would be delicious wrapped in vegetables and baked or fried. So I decided to try it and see how … Continue reading Roasted Lamb Breast, Beets and Beet Green Salad
It's hatch chile pepper season in Texas and that means time to make hatch-flavored everything! Of course, since I love hummus, there was no better way to honor the hatch chile flavor than in a delicious hummus! As with all my hummus recipes, this makes a great snack, meal or you can eat it plain … Continue reading Hatch Chile Hummus with Pine Nuts
When traveling in London I ate my fair share of delicious matcha brownies with white chocolate and raspberry. However, as expected, the brownies were very sweet, with plenty of sugar. I decided that when I got home I would create my own version that was gluten-free with less sugar. When I finally got around to … Continue reading Matcha Green Tea Cookies – Gluten-Free/Sugar-Free
I made a delicious Shepherd's Pie recently, and it was so good I thought of doing it again. Then I thought hmm, maybe I'll try something different. So I made a deconstructed version, with all the layers in the pie I used, except separated out and cooked. This is a very easy meal that skips … Continue reading Deconstructed Shepherd’s Pie