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Hi! Thanks for reading! I'm a certified nutritionist with a business degree. I write about the local + sustainable foods scenes in The Woodlands and share recipes made from scratch! Keep in touch and follow me!

Classic Chocolate Bread Pudding

Classic Chocolate Bread Pudding

Warm, gooey, chocolate deliciousness in a classic chocolate bread pudding recipe. I wasn’t planning on sharing this recipe so you’ll find I don’t have a lot of photos for it! I kind of just winged it when the husband wanted ...

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On Making Friends, Goodbye to 2015

On Making Friends, Goodbye to 2015

It’s 2016 and I want to share a little update. 2015 has been far from the easiest year. Somewhere along the wait for my green card, I lost track of what I wanted out of life. Lost and unemployed, the year ...

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Mushroom Risotto in a Jar: DiY Edible Gift

Mushroom Risotto in a Jar: DiY Edible Gift

DiY Mushroom Risotto in a jar – a cute gift for the foodies in your life – or yourself!:) why not treat ourselves? Dreamy, creamy, comfort food with half the recipe already made and easy instructions to complete it with shallots, garlic, broth ...

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Creamy Mushroom Croque Madame

Creamy Mushroom Croque Madame

Creamy homemade béchamel sauce and caramelized shallots + mushrooms make this comforting, vegetarian croque madame an absolute, brunch-worthy, delicacy.  I always dream of one day running a bed and breakfast. Especially the breakfast part – greeting guests with a cozy, warm, bright ...

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Why I’m a Fan of Levure Bakery

Why I’m a Fan of Levure Bakery

Levure Bakery & Patisserie, The Woodlands. Where do I start? Between the delicious food, lovely decor and ambiance, prompt customer service and premium ingredients, there is too much good in Levure to choose from but let’s first take it to ...

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My Mom’s Oatmeal

My Mom’s Oatmeal

Whatever my mom makes for me is delicious. Consistently. Something about her hands, or how she cuts everything into perfect geometrical shapes and how she pours love into the perfect, careful spreading of mayo. I remember once, years ago, when ...

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Newfie Cod Au Gratin

Newfie Cod Au Gratin

The best way to have cod is the Newfoundland way. Fresh fillets are baked in a béchamel sauce, topped with croutons and parmesan cheese for an easy, healthy, family favorite. This cod au gratin will have you stocking your freezer with cod! ...

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Naked in Kinosaki with My Sister

Naked in Kinosaki with My Sister

Kinosaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan I sat across my sister, wearing nothing but the locker key wrapped around my ankle, as naked locals engaged in their daily bathing and chatter. This is, of course, normal in Japan. The country has more than 2,300 ...

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