I grew up in a family that enjoyed Chinese cuisine. I enjoyed the soups, noodles and especially the fried rice. Overtime, I developed an appreciation for the unique ways each restaurant made their own fried rice dish. But, just last year something changed the fried rice game for me. It was cauliflower “rice”! In this recipe, I take some of my favorite ingredients from different fried rice dishes and gracefully incorporate them into this recipe: pineapple, all natural bacon, cashews, green onion, eggs, cilantro and raisins. In the end, I skip out on the soy sauce and instead use a combination of amino acids, sesame oil, and a tad bit of fish sauce. Intrigued? Better be because you’ll be so surprised how this dish hits the spot and you didn’t even see it coming! Continue reading
The past couple weeks, husband and I haven’t been eating so well. And our bodies felt it. This past week, we decided To Eat Healthier, as one tends to do after binging on takeout food and feeling horrible. So, what does that mean? Well mainly, it means I add a ton more veggies to every dish I make. We also stop eating out. Oh the difference this makes.
Confession: I used to not like shrimp. I think it was somewhere along my pregnancy with Ari that I started to really like shrimp. Now I actually crave it once in a while. So for this recipe, I decided to go with shrimp and veggies for dinner. I bought some baby broccoli for this dish since we normally rotate between spinach, kale, asparagus, and broccoli for our dinner veggies. Plus, broccoli is great for sautéing. Continue reading
In this season of my life, I dedicated myself back to the practice of yoga. Yoga has many different meanings and influences to those who practice. For me, it has not only made me more conscious of my body and its external and internal senses but it has influenced me to incorporate more plant-based foods and spices into my palate. Continue reading
When pregnant, you often think about all the food you don’t want to eat or don’t like. What I had found out during pregnancy is that you can get creative. Instead of thinking of all the food I couldn’t stand, I started mixing all the food I wanted. And yes, sometimes it got weird.
This discovery has been wonderful to me: Strawberry Cereal Ice Cream Dessert. Mmm. Continue reading
We are back!
A lot has happened within our individual lives: new additions to families, new travel adventures and exciting opportunities in work, life and play. During these transitions, we have been introduced to new tastes, visions and experiences with food. We are excited to continue to share with you the stories and recipes that surround our lives!
Leah visited Scotland, Denmark and Norway . She enjoyed its outdoors, road-trips, culture and food. She came back for a love of minted mushy peas and gruel (Scottish porridge)!
Katrina currently has her hands and heart full with her first born, Ari. He likes hanging out with the Honest Palate ladies, singing in public (but more like shouting) and chewing on little Ms. Sofie! Hey, anything to get through teething, right?
Carol had a good time hosting outdoor getaways. Can you imagine having Korean inspired dishes like: kimchee fried rice, miso soup, samgyupsal, fresh lettuce and ramen with this view?
Jenn had a special announcement this summer: her sweet first born, Addie, will be a big sister! To celebrate, Jenn and her little family enjoyed some quality time in Oahu, Hawaii. Talk about an amazing babymoon.
Jackie visited the Philippines and got to cross off another item on her bucket list: Mount Mayon, an active stratovolcano! She’s on to the next item on her list.
Cheers to the summer!