Raspberry Burrito

  This has been my breakfast for the past 7 days and I do mean it when I say that it’s everything I’ve hoped for in a breakfast. Quick, edgy and comforting, I enjoy a raspberry burrito for an early morning  jazz routine in my belly. Ingredients Corn tortilla (denser is better) Raspberries Warm or … Continue reading

Sweetato Ooze

While spending some arctic wintertime in my hometown of Fargo, ND, I have dropped the salad routine and have been eating nothing but warm, cooked food. This seems obvious enough, but once I started doing that, my body stopped craving ridiculous amounts of chocolate croissants and pizza which made me rejoice! Satisfying as a plum … Continue reading

Fig and Chick

    I am back and in Scotland for a couple years while studying a post grad course in Dance Movement Psychotherapy.  There are a ton of international students here so the explosion of food knowledge is everlasting.  I’ll start with this. Ingredients: One Fresh Fig Shredded Chicken Cooked Whole Wheat Pasta (of your choosing) … Continue reading

Schino French Toast

Leftover maraschino juice?  I’ve got just the thing to use it up!  Inspired by one of the kookiest videos I’ve ever seen: I came up with a non-deep-fried take on that recipe. Ingredients: French Bread Maraschino Juice Pancake Batter Oil Heat griddle with oil to medium heat. Cut bread up into 1/2 inch slices.  Dip … Continue reading

Sweet Thai Pork Potato Pie

This is yummy.  It tastes so sinful yet packs some nutrition in it for you! I created the recipe myself and it turns out to be sort of a “meatloaf” when it is finished. Ingredients 1 sweet potato 1 lb. ground pork 1/2 c. diced onions 1 red bell pepper 3/4 c. milk 1 egg … Continue reading

Russian Chicken Cutlets

My boyfriend, Joshua, has finesse!  A recently found skill; Josh now cooks and he’s dang good at it.  For a summer solstice dinner, we comforted our bellies with these Russian Chicken Cutlets found on copykat recipes. 2 pounds ground chicken breast 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup shredded zucchini 1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs 1 … Continue reading

Mango Chicken ‘Slider’

If you haven’t noticed, most of my cooking techniques involve simplicity and efficiency.  This sandwich is a grand example of such; not to mention that it’s scrumdiddlyumptious, healthy and easy.  Do try! Ingredients: Chicken Oil Mango Hawaiian Bread Roll Teriyaki Sauce In a skillet, saute teriyaki coated pieces of chicken breast in small amount of … Continue reading

Stale Bread Fix

What to do with that uneaten bread?  Hm..how about a total transformation?  Bread Pudding! We mustn’t throw away such supple food! Wanna Try? I adapted mine from the recipe below.  I didn’t have nutmeg or vanilla so I just used about a teaspoon more of cinnamon and it was so good.  It’s wonderful both hot … Continue reading