So sweet


“When the world wearies, and society ceases to satisfy, there is always the garden.”

~ Minnie Aumonier


Simple Quinoa Bean Burrito and Salsa

When I come home from a long day, I want to make a quick snack, I want to eat something substantial and not too heavy. One simple, easy, and fast meal to make is a simple bean burrito and pair it with a yummy salsa (store bought is much faster of course).

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Chabaa Thai Cuisine

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Thailand is one place I have been dying to visit. It is one of the top places on my bucket list of places to see. More than the architecture and beautiful landscapes, I am excited to have authentic Thai food! I can just imagine…the food I am having here is amazing…imagine how much authentic home-cooked Thai food would taste!

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Dr. OZ 48 Hour Weekend Cleanse Recipes

After this past weekend of sitting in bed and dying to have a full meal because I got food poisoning… I am really considering doing a cleanse! Of course I will wait a couple of extra days before doing so, making sure I am 100%! 

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FAGE – Greek Yogurt


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I am not a huge fan of yogurt. Sweet and fruity yogurts I love, plain yogurts….not so much! Fage, however, is my exception! I LOVE Fage greek yogurts and the best thing about them….they’re healthy for you! Talk about a … Continue reading

Chicken-Paneer Makhani

Cream….Cream….and more Cream!

Makhani is a dish that has been around for ages in India, especially in areas populated with Punjabis! Sometimes Makhani dishes are called “buttery” dishes because “makhan” in Hindi means butter. Indian butter is a cultured butter and has a sourness to it. In order to get that sourness here in the US, you add a small amount of yogurt in the cream. If you would like to keep a more creamy texture, Malai, non-homogenized milk boiled and then cooled, is added to the sauce.

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Portobello Mushrooms in Sun-dried Tomatoes, Polenta, and Mashed Potatoes topped with Basil Pesto

Thanksgiving is a time when we appreciate what we have. Not saying that we shouldn’t appreciate what we have everyday, but that we take that one day, that moment and spend it with family and close friends! Everyone gets together to enjoy savory meals and luscious treats! It is where we take one day to celebrate diversity in its purest form and what better way to do that then with a huge feast!

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