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Hello my lovely readers!
After my first recipe video (which is here in case you missed it), I was itching to start working on the second one. I wanted something different from the first one in terms of the look and feel, so I went with bolder and brighter colours, as well as flavours! So here it is…kale chips with a touch of Mexican flavours. Yes, I know you’ve probably been bombarded with kale chips over the last few years, but you have to admit, they taste pretty darn good, don’t they?
Easy to make them, isn’t it? Yes and no. Kale chips are easy to make for the most part, but you can just as easily mess them up. Read on for my tips on how to get kale chips right and for the recipe…
Hello my lovely readers! I wanted to start off with a big thank you to all of you who left such heartfelt comments on my last post. I’m really glad to be back to blogging and trust me, I’ve got more ideas than ever that I want to share with everyone!
Today, I wanted to share my love of eating “raw”. No, no – I’m not a raw foodist, but I do enjoy learning about new ways of eating healthy and eating raw foods is one of the easiest ways to do that. In this post, I’ll share my experience, a few of my own raw recipes and some of my favourite online resources and guides to incorporating raw foods into your diet with ease. Read on..
Hello my lovely readers! It’s been a long time, hasn’t it? I’m so glad to finally get back to blogging and I’m excited to share all the new recipes I’ve been testing the past few weeks.
As you may or may not know, my mother unexpectedly passed away three months ago at a very young age (she was just 51) due to a massive heart attack which was then followed by several cardiac arrests. Since she had no prior history of any heart problems, this came as quite the shock and I really needed some time to let it sink in, heal and return to my usual self. This experience has taught me that life is very unpredictable and we should really cherish each day that we have with our loved ones. You never know what’s around the corner…
January can be a rather dull month since the holiday festivities are over and it’s the dead of winter. The best way to brighten things up on a cold, dreary day is with some colourful comfort food. Personally, I love the thought of warming up with some vegetable soup on a weeknight since it doesn’t require much work and you’ll get a few servings of veggies too. We all know how hard that is! This bright orange soup is made with roasted carrots and cauliflower, but since plain vegetable soup can get a little boring sometimes, I took some inspiration from the East. The soup also includes fresh ginger and coconut milk! How’s that for some fusion food? And to top it off, this soup is chock full of skin-friendly ingredients.