Organic Homemade Baby Food {3 months worth for $35}

Mama's & Dada's, I've made homemade baby food, again, and it's pretty amazing. It can be time consuming but if I can do it {working 50 hours a week, husband deployed, with an infant} then you can do it :) Unless you don't want to. Then don't do it ;) ...more

Bow Tie Pasta with Buckwheat Kasha

Ever since finding out that buckwheat is a super healthy seed and not just another version of wheat, we’ve been eating a lot more buckwheat – soba noodles with peanut sauce, simple buckwheat groats as a side, and this time I made Varnishki....more

Simply Stir-Fried Cantonese Vegetable Lo Mein (搂面)

Just wanted to finish up that pack of egg noodles in the kitchen cabinet, so that I can proceed to buy new things for the lunar new year!Read more from 'Simply Stir-Fried Cantonese Vegetable Lo Mein (搂面)'....more

2 Ingredient Pizza Dough

Yes, that’s right. 2 ingredients. My fiance actually found the recipe for this pizza dough for me. He loves my cooking but I think sometimes he wishes we would just order pizza more often....more

Chicken Noodle Soup

This post originally appeared on Glitter and Bubbles.I absolutely love sitting in my pajamas on a cold day, while enjoying a warm and delicious bowl of Chicken Noodle Soup. It instantly reminds me of my mom, and I can’t wait to pass that feeling down to Zelda when she gets old enough to try it!To make my favorite simple soup you need 1 large chicken breast, 1 box (.32 oz.) chicken broth, 3 carrots (peeled), 2 ribs of celery, ½ a white onion, 2 tablespoons minced garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper, and egg noodles....more

Mama’s Stir-Fried Rice With Cabbage, Mushroom And Pork

I love how the fragrance of the mushrooms and dried shrimps fills the air whenever my mum cooks this dish. Ironically, since this is an easy dish to cook, it’s something that she makes when only a few of us return home for dinner....more
Thanks, @lovekeil! Hope you'll like the taste of it too :)more

Chickpea and Potato Turnovers

In 2000-2001, I had the opportunity to work in the United Arab Emirates. During the first few months of that year in Dubai, I did what any Canadian would do: I made small talk about the weather.“Hot today, eh?” was met with puzzled smiles. It was always hot. Always sunny. What was there to say?...more

Mexican Lasagna

Mexican Lasagna. Or should I call it Mexican Lasaña? I didn’t know what to call this layered casserole of meat, cheese, tomato sauce, and corn tortillas. And then I realized it was kind of like a lasagna, but with delicious Mexican flavors....more