Better late than never, right? I had the tips for this post prepared long ago however I never got around to posting it correctly. My studies are my top priority and I have been taking exams for my IB diploma since the first week of May. I’m so happy to be done with them all and to have more time on my hands for IP!
This month’s Guest Post comes early! Jessica and Lena, Au Pairs from Colombia, showed me how to make Tostadas con Pollo. Continue reading
Hello there! This month, Boston-based writer and fitness instructor Theresa Brawner shares TWO great recipes for low-carb pizza. Let me start by saying that pizza is one of my absolute favorite things to eat, ever. And about ten years back, … Continue reading
Hello there! This month, South African Au Pair of APIA, Abi, shares a traditional recipe from her home country. She came over to my kitchen a while back to recreate this recipe with me 🙂
Waking up in the morning has never been an issue…as long as I have at least 8 hours of sleep. As a child, I was a big consumer of Cherrios and bananas, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Cookie Crisp; however, over … Continue reading
Mornings are meant for me time. On weekdays, I spend 30 minutes cooking breakfast and lunch for myself while on weekends, I can easily spend 4 hours whipping up breakfast, lunch, and snacks. I set aside this much time for … Continue reading
I have no fear of adding too much spices. Rather, I am fearful of adding too little spices. In my kitchen, you can easily find over 40 spices that each offer a unique and essential taste to a dish. No, these … Continue reading
Hello there! This month, blogger Will of GreenCooking shares one of his toothsome pancake recipes. This post was originally featured on his site in June 2016.
There is nothing I loathe more than mayonnaise. That means no sandwich lathered in mayo, no deviled eggs, and absolutely no creamy mayo dressing. There are very few cases where I can handle a bit, such as a BLT from … Continue reading
In my kitchen, long weekends are meant for extended breakfasts. From the moment I wake up, I ponder about all the foods I can create: waffles, smoothie bowls, eggs, shakshuska, you name it! I’ll lie in bed for an extra half … Continue reading