Happy September everyone! With the kids back in school and our schedules becoming more hectic, we are on the hunt for delicious and nutritious snacks.
Every summer, my brother in law’s family brings me fresh figs, hand picked and delivered from their tree in Southern California. Usually I turn the batch into fig jam but this year I made a… More
Hi friends! I’m very pleased to share a recipe using Oaktown Spice Shop‘s Chile Limon. This blend combines the heat of Turkish chile and coriander with the tartness of lime juice and sea salt. I can’t… More
The month of May and early June marked the end of the school year and work projects. It felt like a mad dash to get to the starting line of summer. I was running all… More
I’ve been seeing rhubarb in the market lately. Their long vibrant red stalks are hard to pass up. Standing tall amongst other vegetables, rhubarb is bold and versatile. You can use them in savory and… More
If you grew up in a South Asian home like I did, most often you will find a pot of slow brewed chai simmering away on your stove. Any time a guest pops in for… More
It’s officially Spring and we’ve been seeing beautiful green at the market.
Holy yum granola! I’ve been wanting to make granola for ages. It’s been on my to do list for a long while now.
Out of all the citrus varieties found this season, blood oranges are unique. Their skin is just as gorgeous as the deep crimson hues and blood-colored flesh found on their insides. They almost have a… More
Sweet Potato Cakes with Preserved Lemon Sauce are easy to make, allergy friendly and options for gluten free, soy free and dairy free
A few months ago, I was scrolling through my Instagram feed. Jessie from Sporks and Foons (I love the name) posted a picture of her delicious waffles. In her caption she mentioned that the waffles were… More
These chocolate chip almond butter cookies are an alternative to a classic chocolate chip cookie. They’re free from; gluten, dairy & flour.