A delightfully sweet smoothie with a combination of mangoes, ginger, and flax milk. It’s like a glass of tropical sunshine to brighten up your morning.
While mangoes are commonly found and eaten in the Indian sub-continent and Southeast Asia, it is considered an exotic fruit here in the Midwest. Many are unfamiliar with the fruit. Sometimes I get asked about how the fruit tastes or methods of preparation when I am buying mangoes at the grocery store. The mangoes that [...]
In every language there are always some unique words that convey highly expressive notions about food and cultural nuances all at once. In the Malay language, rojak fulfills this down to a T. Blessed with an abundance of tropical fruits and vegetables, Malaysians often take a variety of ingredients and mix them together into a [...]
One of the best things about having your own ice cream maker is that you can create a myriad of flavors not available at the stores. The possibilities are endless with the abundance of fruits at this time of the year. Other popular flavors include chocolate, peanut butter, and liqueur for the adults. You can [...]
I was thrilled when Jill Colonna, the author of Mad About Macarons invited me to do a guest post for her blog. I was nervous yet excited about the prospect of posting something to complement her impressive collection of confectioneries. Jill had one request. The recipe should have at least two egg yolks because macaronivores [...]
I hope all you mothers out there had a wonderful Mother’s Day. Thank you for your warm wishes. I had a pretty relaxing one with minimal work in the kitchen. Ro-Ri San prepared breakfast and we went out for family style Italian food for lunch. It was delicious and very filling. With mango cake and [...]