Jul 02

Guide to delicious European street food

Delicious European street food There is something about bread and pastry made in Holland, Belgium, Germany or France, that will make me forget any healthy diet. When I saw this infographics guide of European street food, I realized that I only knew the tip of the iceberg. All of these traditional European snacks look so delicious, they …

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Jun 19

Infographics guide to cooking and baking substitutions

Have you ever wanted to cook or bake something with what you had in the pantry? Not willing to make a trip to the store to get some buttermilk or self-rising flour for that recipe? Here’s a handy infographics guide so you don’t have to abandon your culinary project midway.   Source: eReplacementParts.com

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Dec 11

Tool for planning meals

I’m always looking for ways to simplify life a bit and when a friend recommended this tool, I decided to try it out. Although not free, I was willing to pay the subscription fee if it would help save time and be more organized. I can plan meals using my own recipes or from the …

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Dec 09

Use a Dabba for organizing spices

Have a favorite type of cuisine you cook very often? Here’s something cool to keep the spices together in one place, so you don’t have to go through your spice rack again to collect the spices you need. The traditional Indian spice box called “masala dabba” is a handy tool that will save you time, …

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Oct 24

Mediterranean dinner at Flavor Café Bakery (Atlanta)

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There is a great variety of cuisines available in (Metro) Atlanta, which makes it hard to choose sometimes where to go for dinner. Since we are adventurous “foodies” we like to try new stuff, especially dishes we don’t or can’t cook ourselves. It’s been a while since I wrote about my culinary adventures, so here …

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Jul 26

Best way to sharpen your knife

In the past couple of months I have been experimenting a lot with new dishes, using ‘new’ ingredients and I have become more aware of when my knife is not as sharp as it should be. I used to manage and put more pressure on my knife to cut vegetables or meat not knowing that …

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Jul 25

Part 2 of Hidden Powers of Asian Spices & Herbs

The second part of Hidden Powers of Asian Spices & Herbs (on Kindle) was published on Amazon  in May this year. Shame on me for not announcing this sooner on the blog! All I can say is that life happens and sometimes we don’t get to do all that we want. But the book is …

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May 06

Bake cookies or cups with your muffin pan


M is for Muffin pans to bake muffins… or Not! As you will see below, there are other things you can do with your muffin pan. Want to have your cookie and the ice cream too? Here’s a great idea to have both. Turn your muffin tin over and form the cookie dough over it. …

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Mar 17

Healthy Asian spices & herbs on Kindle

All the talk and buzz in the media about healthy spices and herbs have sparked an interest on the subject for many, myself included. If you’re a regular visitor, you have seen my posts or maybe even received the free spice articles. It all lead to a project I’ve been working on for the past …

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Jan 31

Tasty Acorn Squash with mozzarella

Acorn squash with mozzarella

My husband and I like to experiment with cooking, but when he came home with an acorn squash last week, I thought “what in the world?” It looked like a mini pumpkin with a tough dark green skin, but I had no idea what to do with it. The only squash I know how to …

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