Eat Like an Eskimo

I came across this recipe when I was watching emmymadeinjapan. I thought it was a very wacky and fun recipe and I really wanted to try it out.  I decided to look up a recipe on pinterest and found something I thought would be good.  I decided to make a small batch to test this…

Three Ingredient Banana Cookies

Well it is that time of year again. BACK TO SCHOOL.  To make it a little more bearable why not make some yummy treat to take to school?  I ran across this recipe and wanted to try it out.  It sounds super easy and doable. All you need are bananas, oatmeal and chocolate chips. Not…

Spruce Tip Jelly

Spruce is not something I would have considered to be so delicious. I kept imagining that it would taste very earthy and green like gin. Boy, was I wrong. I had my first taste of Spruce Tip Jelly from a restaurant called Salmon and Bannock. They served Spruce Tip Jelly with pieces of bannock and…

Are Bugs the Food of the Future??

My dad has always been an interesting and adventurous man. He’s eaten his fair share of strange foods from silk worm pupae to mushed up earthworms. Over the past couple years, he’s become more interested in edible insects and foraging. For his birthday, we decided to surprise him and order some edible insects from Thailand…

Chickpea Meringue – Vegan!

As our 2016 food adventures wind down, it is time for us to plan for our next year.  Where will our stomachs take us?  What food adventures will we have. You will just have to wait and see.  I am posting this recipe as my last recipe of 2016 as I hope to inspire your…

Molecular Gastronomy Part 1

A couple of month ago I went to a Molecular Gastronomy class with a  couple of my coworkers. They featured the Molecular R kit http://moleculargastronomy.com. I’ve always been curious about molecular gastronomy since I saw it featured in a recipe on the food channel and this was the perfect chance to get some instruction on how to…

Coffee Kombucha Experiment: Part #2 Taste test

It has been two weeks now since I started my first batch of coffee Kombucha.  How does it look like?  Just like Kombucha.  How does it smell?  Like Kombucha with a hint of coffee.  How does it taste?  Uh that’s hard to explain. I was quite surprised to find that after two weeks of brewing…

Coffee Kombucha Experiment: Part #1

Pinterest is my go to place for recipe ideas and inspiration.  There are so many interesting finds.  My current find is Coffee Kombucha. Yes this sounds bizarre but also intriguing.  The crazier the recipe, the more likely I would try it.  I am also interested in finding more Kombucha recipes and this one sounded easy…

Get Ready for Pi day with Some Sweet Zucchini Pie!

Soon it will be one of my favorite days in the year.  Pi Day on March 14.  I love it because its nerdy and tasty! This year I will make it tastier with this wacky recipe.  For all of those parents out there, this is a sneaky way to get your kids to eat their…

Wood Butter

I decided to try something different this week. I made some homemade wood butter to condition my wooden spoons and cutting board. It turned out pretty good and my spoons/cutting board look great. You will need beeswax and coconut oil.  I got the beeswax from a dye supply shop but you could use 100% beeswax…

Eat like a College Student

The good old can of Chef Boyardee.  How can you go wrong?  It is an easy go to meal for those busy people or those on a budget.  I will teach you how to cook it and spice it up for your guests. First open the can and dump it into a sauce pan.  Turn…