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DIY Spicy Kimchi

Ahh… kimchi! Kimchi is Korean sauerkraut and it should be included on every condiment bar worldwide. There are countless styles andView full post »

No-Soak Pressure Cooker Black Beans in 40 minutes

When life gets busy, it’s a challenge to create wholesome home-cooked meals. Time is scarce and so we tend to turn to the path ofView full post »

Cleaning and Packaging Salmon

Dipnetting sockeye is such a blast but then the real work begins: cleaning and packaging the salmon. This is a step by step guide on howView full post »

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Spicy Chili Aïoli

Ready for blissful sensory overload? Get ready for the ultimate dish that may not even make it to the serving platter because devouring itView full post »

Wheat Bread with Sunflower Seeds and Pecans

Baking bread is one of my favorite things to do with my three year old. He loves grinding wheat, stirring the dough, and kneading theView full post »

Oven Beef Stew

Absolutely nothings says “comfort” quite like the slow-cooked classics. Wouldn’t you agree? Braising is the process ofView full post »

**WINNER!!!** + Chocolate-Macadamia Freezer-Cookies Recipe

Is there a better way to start the week than with chocolate chips, macadamia nuts, heaps of sugar, and FREE stuff? No. The answer is no.View full post »

Açaí Bowls

Açaí bowls are what all of the cool kids in Hawaii are eating. I’m not kidding. These things took our little island by storm andView full post »

Aloha Granola

This recipe is named “Aloha Granola” because I often take it to the beach to share with the people we meet there. Aloha, hereView full post »

Smoked Salmon & Hummus Crostini

Are you searching for the perfect crowd-pleasing appetizer which is easy to make, lovely, and delicious? Look no further, my friends,View full post »

Rainbow Bread

When we host playdates, the children always ask if we can make rainbow bread and I always agree. Why? Because it is marvelously easy toView full post »

Cardamom & Cinnamon Conchas

I first encountered pan dulce, specifically conchas, on a medical mission trip to Mexico and I developed a schoolgirl crush on theseView full post »

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