Category Archive: Sweet Savories

Watermelon, Olive Oil and Summer

Sweet and Savory Summery Watermelon Mint Salad

Cinnamon & Honey Fried Zucchini Blossoms – How to Fry Zucchini Blossoms

A delicately sweet and crispy treat for any time of the day. Quick and easy to make!

Nectarine & Honey Kale Salad With Grilled Salmon

Here is a health-conscious meal to detox from all the dessert recipes I’ve been posting. Kale is one of my favorite standbys for sides and salads. I have to admit, I’m not crazy about… Continue reading

Watermelon and Watercress Salad with Lime Vinaigrette

Summer is approaching and so are the bounty of fruits that bless us with their sweet presence when the weather gets warm. There is nothing like a cool, crisp watermelon to carry you… Continue reading

Rosemary Garlic Yucca Fries or How to Make Yucca Fries

Little did I know that this root vegetable is used for so much more than consumption. You can make sandals and rope with its skin. You can use it to treat high cholesterol and aid digestion. You can poison your… Continue reading

Cold Guac Soup (With or Without Bacon)

I’m not a big bacon eater, but today, I caught myself feverishly shoveling burnt bacon into my mouth.  I mean, it is bacon, but still. So naturally I thought,  why don’t I put… Continue reading

Q & A With Cathy Erway on Writing Her First Taiwanese Cookbook

I was honored to meet Cathy Erway, author of the blog Not Eating Out in New York and the book The Art of Eating In, to ask her a few questions about her Taiwanese cookbook that… Continue reading

This intro is a Little Wilted: Crispy Kale Chips.

I have had rather primitive food addictions throughout the years. In junior high it was Cheez-its. In high school it was vanilla milk shakes sold from a big creepy clown whom shall remain… Continue reading

Famous Curry Chicken Salad Recipe

This is a great fall or spring recipe. With so many contrasting flavors, it’s delicious and nutritious. Easy to make too!   Famous Curry Chicken Salad About 2-3 cups of chopped chicken (I… Continue reading

Midweek Detox: Cilantro Lentils with Lemon Olive Oil

I read that lentils can keep for several years, so I took advantage of the jar sitting on my countertop for an indefinite amount of time. I put this dish together without too much thought,… Continue reading

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