Spaghetti Ramen

This is a simple hack if you are having a hard time finding ramen in your local grocery store. All you need it spaghetti and baking soda. Boil 5 cups of water and add to it 3 tsp of baking soda. The water will bubble because of the chemical reaction. Boil the pasta in this…

Sourdough Herb Crackers

I’ve become very lazy with keeping my sourdough. The fatigue of baking and the pandemic has made it nearly impossible to keep up. I, of course, don’t like to see things go to waste so I decided to make some sourdough crackers with the discard. Why waste perfectly tasty stuff. This recipe is very easy…

Panetonne French Toast Casserole

Every Christmas we get a Panetonne, either as a gift or buy one on our own. Every year I love it but also realize how huge the loaf is. If you have never had a Panetonne, it is an Italian cake filled with citrus and raisins. It is buttery and soft and yummy. Usually I…

Kalua Pork in the Instant Pot

Being stuck in a pandemic has made me appreciate all the trips I have gone to. It has made me also appreciate that you cannot take life for granted because things change and they can change fast. I’m still dreaming about the amazing food that I had in Hawaii even though its been over a…

Chickpea Tofu

This chickpea tofu is also called Burmese tofu. I have always wanted to make tofu at home and this seemed like a good starting point. For this recipe you will need 1 cup of chickpea flour. This can be made by grinding up dried chickpeas. (you can find other chickpea recipes where I grind chickpea…

Spam Musubi

Spam musubi is a snack that can be found in a lot of places in Hawaii. There are different variations and flavours so it is a versatile snack to make. Here is a simple version of this recipe. Start with 1 cup of soy sauce, 1 cup of sugar, 3 cloves of garlic and a…

Breakfast Popsicles

Here is to another easy breakfast that can be modified to your liking. Breakfast popsicles! I first learned about these on Facebook and I thought what a brilliant idea. For my recipe I was thinking chocolate milk and cheerios, but you could probably do a fruity version if this is your jam. First make some…

Celery Root Mexican Rice

Celery root is a interesting vegetable that can take on different forms. I’ve used it successfully as a potato substitute but it can also replace rice. Prepare the celery root but peeling it and adding it to a food processor. You want the pieces to be similar to the size of rice. To make the…

Pea Cookies

This recipe is for anyone trying to sneak in some veggies in their kids meals. Or trying to stay healthy before all the holiday goodies. For this recipe, you need banana, peas (yes peas! those green frozen ones), cocoa powder and oats. Blend oats cocoa powder in a food processor until finely ground and set…

Instant Pot Pork Carnitas

I love the flavours in pork carnitas but often find that I don’t have the time or patience to make it in the oven. My instant pot revolutionized cooking at home and I was able to make things in a fraction of the time. For this recipe, I used the same ingredients that I used…

Oatmeal Bake

Things are getting a little busier especially if you have returned to school or work. You might find that there isn’t much time to prepare and get ready. Making breakfast for yourself or your little ones can be a challenge too. I am still trying new things out to see what little C likes to…

Overnight Sourdough Focaccia

Sourdough is such a needy beast. With its weekly feedings and then its discard, it drives be insane but I love it. Here is a fun recipe for overnight sourdough focaccia. Start by making sure your sourdough starter is well fed and ready to be used. I like to ensure my starter is nice and…