Cooking more is one of our goals for 2015, partially for health (hm, 20%?) but mostly because we want to budget wiser. We love to cook and create recipes so it doesn’t really phase us. Finding time is the greater issue.Read More
Speaking of being ocean friendly, every choice we make counts. By avoiding unsustainable fish and seafood, we directly decrease the market demand. If we all chip in some effort and make small sacrifices, it IS possible to snuff out depletion caused by over-fishing, bycatch deaths, ocean bottom damage from trawls, and more.Read More
I have a very special friend, best known as el @Sickaction. He has an obsession with balls. He relentlessly interjects the subject of “balls” into any conversation, particularly during inappropriate dining occasions.
On Thanksgiving last year, I gave him his very own pair of goat testicles (but that’s for another post).Read More
Creepy, crawly, and pinchy. I faced my first crawfish boil in Austin, Texas on one breezy spring afternoon. “Don’t wear white”, the Texan warned me.
As soon as we entered our friend’s backyardRead More
My life has been one helluva rollercoaster ride. There’s been days where I smiled so much that my face hurt, and there were days I felt so frustrated and discouraged that I wanted to tear my hair out.Read More
This salad recipe was inspired by the gorgeous pre-summer ingredients found inside Granville Island Public Market.Read More