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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!

More Breakfasts like Koreans Used to

More Breakfasts like Koreans Used to

Let’s just say our breakfasts have gotten a little out of hand. If you live in the west your breakfasts are probably rivaling some of the best desserts. But it’s OK because the waffle is topped with a strawberry and the ...

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Blackberry Cloud Foam

Blackberry Cloud Foam

A light and foamy dessert, like cotton candy in a bowl except much healthier! Made with beaten egg whites, sugar and seasonal berries. Today I’m sharing the recipe for a very easy, light, fluffy mousse. You’ll only need three ingredients: fresh, ripe ...

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Grandma’s Plain Butter Cake

Grandma’s Plain Butter Cake

A plain butter cake, from a time when cookbooks would fit four recipes per page and eating butter was normal. It isn’t fluffy. It is deliciously dense, buttery, rich and breaks into thick moist crumbles.

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Best Mexican Picadillo

Best Mexican Picadillo

What can I say about picadillo? It’s the food of my childhood – we ate it at least once every week always served with fresh corn tortillas hot from the griddle. Picadillo is my mom, my dad, my brother, my sister ...

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Three Ingredient Tomato Soup

Three Ingredient Tomato Soup

This might just be the simplest tomato soup out there! The flavors are so rich, though, your guests won’t believe it’s made with just sauteed onions, bell pepper and tomatoes. We made this for Sunday Brunch Cooking + Eating and one of ...

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Jollisant Farm

Jollisant Farm

I’ve played Harvest Moon, of course I know how strawberries grow. No, I’d never seen a strawberry farm before. And yes, I would have believed you if you’d told me they grow under the earth. With modern day city life, Facebook ...

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Homemade Mayo or Amazing Aioli

Homemade Mayo or Amazing Aioli

Up to a couple of months ago homemade mayos and ketchups were my standard for gauging how nutritionally bonkers someone was. I’ve used the words: “she even makes her own mayo…” Well, let me tell you guys, those people are ...

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Handmade Russian Pelmeni

Handmade Russian Pelmeni

Pelmeni is the food of winter. These dumplings now commonly served in every Russian restaurant, originally fed the hardy people of Siberia. Modern day Russians and Eastern Europeans fill pelmeni with a mixture of pork and beef, but moose and ...

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