Coconut Cilantro Chutney

I made this chutney to go with Shrimp Tandoori. Chutney is a condiment typically used in South Asian dishes. It can be fresh or made made of preserves. It can be spicy or sweet and vary in texture, coarse or fine, wet or dry. This chutney is a little spicy and very fragrant. It leans … Continue reading

Shrimp Tandoori

For my little Valentine’s Day Soirée, we went with an Asian theme. Shrimp Tandoori was the main dish and it was quite tasty if you ask me. It’s pretty easy too! You’ll need: 1 1/2lbs peeled and deveined shrimp 1 tablespoon fresh minced ginger 1 tablespoon fresh mixed garlic 1 cup Greek yogurt Fresh lime … Continue reading

Sweet Potato Hummus

I’ve been wanting to make homemade hummus for a while now but wasn’t sure which direction to go in. My friend Lauren Pou made some one night that had sweet potato in it. It was delicious and the sweet potato adds flavor and keeps it moist without tons of olive oil. I mean the girl … Continue reading

Grilled Pork with Roasted Cabbage and Cilantro Yogurt

I got this idea after eating a lovely New Year’s day meal cooked by my friend Caroline Lomax. I had always heard that you are supposed to eat black eyed peas for luck but didn’t know you were also supposed to eat cabbage for health and pork for wealth. Even if it’s a little late … Continue reading

Chicken Tikka Masala

Why hello there. I’ve been hibernating over the holidays and my apologies in neglecting to post. The holidays aren’t quite over yet so I wanted to share one of my indulgences with you all. Over the past year or so I’ve really been into Indian food. Probably due to the fact that a new Indian … Continue reading

Ginger Butternut Squash Soup

I have tried to make butternut squash soup before and utterly failed. So with winter coming fast, I wanted to give this soup one more go at it. This time I had success! The ginger and lemon really give the squash and sweet potatoes a lift and great fragrance. Here goes! You’ll need: One medium … Continue reading

Garlic Roasted Brussel Sprouts

I have been seeing and hearing about brussel sprouts for a while now and have been pretty skeptical. I mean, aren’t they supposed to smell really bad or something? I figured if I’ve been seeing them everywhere then they must be good, right? I decided to give them a try this weekend. I went with … Continue reading

Baked Red Fish

Lately, I seem to be getting blog requests and suggestions from everyone I know. And I love it! Today’s post came from my roommate’s boyfriend. He went on a big fishing trip and brought back two huge red fish filets for me to cook up. I was so excited! It’s a pretty basic recipe but, … Continue reading

Garlic Feta Pinwheels

Another quick and easy post. I must say, I almost forgot to post today because I have been so busy cooking my first turkey! Dont worry that post will be coming soon… Until then, garlic feta pinwheels. Yup, I even used the garlic in the jar. You’ll need: Crescent Rolls Minced garlic Feta (I used … Continue reading

Zuppa Toscana

I made this last Sunday for my friend Kendall’s birthday. She loves kale haha, so we decided this soup would perfect way to end our lazy Sunday. Besides, ever since my Whole Foods Cooking Class I have been wanting to cook kale. I have also been craving soups lately, maybe it’s because the weather is … Continue reading

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