Farmers Market Friday: Cucumber-Apple Salad with Ginger-Lime Dressing

A day does not go by where I don’t consume a salad of any shape or size. Making salads has become second nature, and thus I don’t put as much effort in coming up with epic Sweetgreen-like combinations. Advertisements


Tip of the Month: May 2017

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!

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Green Bean and Potato Salad

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


Asparagus Rice Salad

Happy New Years! Long time, no chat, am I right? While on holiday break, I was able to catch up with family I hadn’t seen in a while touring around Brittany. I had expected to be a vacation where I … Continue reading


Healthy Waldorf-Style Salad

For many years, I have admired the season of Fall for its cooler weather and extra hour. But this season, I’m also dealing with a one in a lifetime experience; college applications. This year happens to be my senior year in High School … Continue reading


Caesar Salad

When I was in 3rd grade, I began to learn more about health and nutrition. On one of our biweekly trips to Costco, I decided to order their Chicken Caesar Salads rather than my usual order of pepperoni pizza. As I devoured my … Continue reading


Tomato and Cucumber Quinoa Salad

This past week, I went back to school. So far, my school lunches have been successful;  avocado toasts, salads with fresh veggies, quinoa salads, and leftovers. In the past, my mom has made my lunches every morning before I went … Continue reading


Farmers Market Friday: Tomato Watermelon Salad

The Summer Olympic season is here just as the summer vegetable season is in full swing. I’m no olympian in the pool or on the field (I did, though, have high dreams as a child) but I try to make up for it in … Continue reading


Tip of the Month: July 2016

The summer heat is hitting us from all directions. Do you find yourself sweating after a few minutes outside? Imagine how our plants feel. All the veggies that grow outside suffer more from the summer’s heat as the ground is dry, … Continue reading


Spring Vegetable Bowl

I’m one of those people who uses their phones whenever they can. I know, I know, it’s not the best habit but iPhone’s are just addicting! Yes, I may be doing harm to myself by using my phone but I don’t use it like … Continue reading