Lawyer by day, dancer by night. Author of recipris, a vegetarian food blog with deliciousness from around the beautiful world.

Easy Paneer Tikka Masala

Paneer tikka masala is easily my favorite Indian dish. It’s guaranteed to be ordered when we go out for Indian food. It’s also one of those mysterious dishes that I always thought was super difficult to make – until today! ...more

DIY: Glitter Feather Frame

If you’ve been to our condo or follow me on instagram, you know how much I love West Elm! It’s one of my favorite home design stores. I recently stopped by their Beverly Blvd ....more

Paneer Bhurji Rolls or “Kati Rolls”

I feel like I’m becoming a box lady. This afternoon, I had two huge boxes at my door – one from Blue Apron and the other from Saffron Fix! The UPS guy even joked that I shop a lot, ha ha ....more

Thai Pumpkin Curry + Blue Apron Giveaway!

I have some exciting news to share!! I’m doing a giveaway for one free Blue Apron box. Also,...more

Caramelized Fennel & Kale Bucatini {via Blue Apron}

This is my second post about Blue Apron because that’s how much I love it. I was initially hesitant to try Blue Apron but so far, they do no wrong. Their vegan chickpea burgers are made weekly in our house; Blue Apron taught me how to make Indian food!; and, I fell in love with their Summer Vegetable Hiyashi Chuka ....more

Vegan Pad Prik King

Pad Prik King is a type of Thai curry that is much drier than other Thai curries because it is fried in oil and does not contain coconut milk. I had this dish at Emporium Thai Cuisine in West LA and it was delicious. Omg, just so good!!! ...more

Fiddle Leaf Fig

Back in mid-May (2014), we bought our first houseplant: Mr. Figgy. I had seen the Fiddle Leaf Fig in all kinds of design magazines and was immediately drawn to it ....more

A Review of Chloe’s Vegan Italian Kitchen!

Have you heard of Chloe Coscarelli? If not, and if you’re vegan, you really need to follow her! She is a popular vegan chef and winner of the Food Network’s...more

Homemade Za’atar!

I recently discovered that the reason Falafel Drive In‘s pita chips taste like heaven is because they are spiced with za’atar, a flavorful Middle Eastern spice that can be used on almost anything! I was determined to try to replicate the chips at home since I live in LA and no longer have the luxury of eating at Falafel Drive In every day. However, after going to Whole Foods (who has discontinued carrying the spice) and a few of the many Middle Eastern stores in Glendale (who didn’t carry it), I thought I’d try to make my own ....more

Uma Oils

I’m not much of a beauty junkie. When YouTubers post Empties or...more